Sydney’s coolest new food destination, Tramsheds Harold Park, will officially open to the public on 22 September and has today unveiled its latest food providore.
Osaka Trading Co. is a new modern Japanese restaurant from the owner-operators of Surry Hills laneway bar, Tokyo Bird, and is set to join an array of top-class food retailers in the newly restored European-inspired food hall.
Since taking the Sydney bar scene by storm in December 2014, Tokyo Bird has established a dedicated fan base with its unique Japanese whisky and cocktail menu and impeccable service. Paying homage to Japanese drinking and dining culture, Osaka Trading Co. will infuse elements of the popular laneway bar and pair it to a sophisticated, modern Japanese menu with a seafood focus.
Osaka Trading Co. and Tokyo Bird Co-owner and General Manager, Jason Ang said, “Osaka is considered the food capital of Japan. So while Tokyo Bird is our laneway small bar, Osaka Trading Co. is a modern Japanese restaurant with seafood taking centre stage – with great drinks alongside, of course. Osaka Trading Co. will incorporate some features of Tokyo Bird, but this is an entirely new concept with lunch options and a full-service dinner menu, seven days a week.
“Tramsheds is the perfect place to launch our new venue – it will be a destination unlike anywhere else in Sydney. It’s amazing to be standing side-by-side the incredible line-up of food providores in such a unique, iconic building,” said Jason.
Osaka Trading Co. will trade alongside restaurant, bar and butchery Butcher & The Farmer; sustainable seafood restaurant Fish & Co; tapas restaurant Bodega 1904, gelato kings Gelato Messina, Egyptian-fusion restaurant Bekya, Southern-inspired diner Belles Hot Chicken and premier coffee venue Garçon when Tramsheds opens on Thursday 22 September.
Further retailers are due to be announced over the coming weeks, alongside a host of amenities, as Tramsheds continues with its transformation into an unprecedented food destination for locals and visitors.