Happy Australia Day! For those in Australia, I hope you all had an amazing day celebrating this national day. I'm thankful for being able to live in this beautiful country. We managed to catch the fireworks at our local beach in Cronulla.
Back to posting about Sydney's local dining scene.
As part of the restoration of the Rozelle Tramway Depot, Tramshed is the new food destination at Harold Park, bringing together a number of famous restaurants and newbie eateries in a European style setting.
The space is open, airy and industrial looking with a warehouse feel. There’s even an unused tramcar on display.
We started with the ‘smoked eggplant, caramelized baby onions and goats milk feta ($14.00)’. Rich, slightly smoky and creamy. This was divine and reminded me very much of the Lebanese baba ganoush. The eggplant was wonderfully smooth to the palate and really tasty.
The ‘Polish salami and picked chilli ($12.00)’ complemented well with the other tapas dish. The thinly shaved salami was slightly salty with hints of spice from the cracked pepper. Be warned the pickled chilli is hot, very hot.
Usually I’m not too keen on trying lamb when they’re on menus as I find that that the meat is too gamey if not cooked correctly. The ‘roast lamb neck, chickpea, pistachio, preserved lemon and sorrel ($38.00)’ here was pretty amazing. Perfectly roasted, the meat fell off the bone and melted in the mouth. It was so soft and tender.
The dishes here are simple and homely, made using fresh ingredients but packed with loads of flavour. If you’re a wine enthusiast, they have a boutique wine store in house. Delicious food with great company is always a winning combination.
1 Dalgal Way
Forest Lodge NSW 2037
Phone no: 02 8624 3133
Monday – Thursday: 12pm to 11pm
Friday: 12pm to 12am,
Saturday: 10am to 12am
Sunday: 10am to 10pm