Glebe Tramsheds Restaurant

Butcher and The Farmer Tramsheds

The Sydney Tramsheds is one of the city’s coolest, most enticing foodie attractions in town. Built in the beautifully restored historic Rozelle Tram Depot, this is a dining precinct unlike any other. Just a dozen or so restaurants inhabit this spectacular location and offer exceptional Tramsheds food, and are joined by retailers to create a buzzing atmosphere and an unforgettable dining experience.

A top Tramsheds restaurant

The unique design of the Tramsheds location allows diners to pick and choose from numerous restaurants within a small space, but once you try the dishes on offer at Butcher and the Farmer, it will be a challenge to go anywhere else.

Butcher and the Farmer is open from 12:00pm Monday-Friday and from 9am Saturday and Sunday to offer breakfast, lunch and dinner, as well as an enticing cocktail and drinks menu.

Free car parking is available on site for up to two hours, with no time limit after 6pm. Alternatively, take the Sydney Light Rail option and hop off at the Jubilee Station right next to the Tramsheds.


Tramsheds Harold Park,
Shop 7, 1 Dalgal Way,
Forest Lodge NSW 2037


Mon – Tues: 12 noon – 9:30 pm
Wed – Fri: 9 am – 10 pm
Sat-Sun: 8.30 am – 10 pm
Public Holidays: 8.30 am – 9:30 pm

Tramsheds Gallery

Tramsheds Menus

All meals on the menu at Butcher and the Farmer are created with care – and created to share. Using seasonal produce and local sources, our chefs regularly remaster their menu of small share plates, which are designed to be passed around groups so everyone gets a taste of everything.

Events at the Tramsheds Harold Park

Between our own special events and specials at Butcher and the Farmer, and the grander events at the Tramsheds, you’ll never be short of a reason to stop by.

Take a look at the Tramsheds Uncovered app, which will let you discover the stories behind the art dotted around this renovated site with your smart device and augmented reality. You can even use this app to learn more about our chefs, menus, and produce, and those of other vendors in the area.

Also, keep an eye out for Butcher and the Farmer events and deals. From an extended happy hour every weekday to rainbow cocktails in March for Mardi Gras and kids’ specials throughout the school holidays, there’s always something going on you’ll love.