Sir Chapel is the latest food providore to be announced by Sydney’s Tramsheds Harold Park. The Bistro and Brewery is a new concept by founder and owner Tom Chidiac, and will join other providores in the European-inspired food hall when doors officially open to the public on Thursday 22 September.
Sir Chapel will offer a wide range of Australian craft beer alongside its own, brewed on-site in a traditional copper brew house via an all-malt mash. The brew team will also be on hand to chat about what’s new in the market and offer tailored recommendations.
“We are excited to launch our new concept at Tramsheds, side by side with some of the most exciting and revolutionary food providores around. We believe that the table is where memories are made – food is there to be shared, to be enjoyed amongst friends and family,”said Chidiac.
Sir Chapel will join other food providores at Tramsheds including Fish & Co, where owners, Belinda Guymer and Sajad Akhlaghi Kermanshahi will offer a range of sustainable and traceable seafood.
“Fish & Co is not only a diner, but also a fresh fish counter, with a vast selection of sustainably sourced, local seafood on offer to take home. For us, it’s not just about putting seafood on a plate, it’s about informing and educating the public on traceable and sustainable fishing. We want to connect our diners to the ocean,” said Guymer.
Sir Chapel and Fish & Co will trade alongside restaurant, bar and butchery Butcher and The Farmer; tapas restaurant Bodega 1904; gelato kings Gelato Messina; Egyptian-fusion restaurant Bekya; Southern-inspired diner Belles Hot Chicken; Japanese restaurant, Osaka Trading Co.; and coffee venue Garon.