On the former site of the Harold Park Raceway, Tramsheds is billing itself as a ‘community of good food and learning’. Developers Mirvac have built an enormous number of residential apartments on the site, however, it is the foodie heaven of Tramsheds, that in my opinion, is the real gem in this development. Designed to attract both residents and the broader community, Sydney foodies are in for a treat with the historic 1904 Rozelle Tram Depot at the northern end having been completely gutted and restored. This has seen it transformed into a European-style dining hall and features a wonderful mix of eateries including Bodega 1904, Osaka Trading Co., Bekya Middle Eastern Kitchen, Flour Eggs and Water by A Tavola, Butcher and the Farmer, Fish & Co and Mama’s Buoi. If you are interested in food and architecture with a slice of Sydney history, Tramsheds needs to be on your radar.