After months of speculation and rumours, not to mention, hype,  Sydney's hottest dining destination, Tramsheds Harold Park has finally opened this week, and the good news is, it most definitely lives up to the  buzz - much to the delight of locals and foodies around the city.

Why you need to visit Tramsheds, Sydney's newest foodie mecca

Taking on a whole new life, the heritage-listed tram sheds located in Harold Park, on the Annadale/Glebe/Roselle boarder, have been given a huge facelift, resulting in a space that has been described as a "food hall" but is more like part-Redfern's Carriageworks, part-Central Park, part-Melbourne laneway style. So, what do expect? Well, there's a lot on offer.

Why you need to visit Tramsheds, Sydney's newest foodie mecca

A few of the eateries opening-up shop include Tokyo Bird's new venture, Osaka Trading Co. serving up fresh Japanese drinks and dining,  Belle's Hot Chicken's second location, Botega 1904 from the Porteño  group, Italian eatery A Tavola's Flour Eggs Water, Egyptian cuisine by Bekya, Jared Ingersoll's epic new destination for carnivores called Butcher and the Farmer, a French café called  Garçon, artisanal bakery and pizzeria called Dust, fresh seafood by Fish and Co., Vietnamese by Mama's Buoi and, of course, Gelato Messina bringing the frozen desserts (and arguably the lines). There's also a supermarket, nail salon, gym and your regular local-ish ameneties. We told you it was good. 

Why you need to visit Tramsheds, Sydney's newest foodie mecca