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By Jasmine Crittenden
July 09, 2016
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Belles Hot Chicken Is Coming to Tramsheds Harold Park

These chickens are taking over.
By Jasmine Crittenden
July 09, 2016
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Tramsheds Harold Park has announced a fresh round of residents, and leading the pack are the cluckers at Belle's Hot Chicken. Yes, come late August, the people of the Inner West will be choosing from wings, tenders and dark meat, and deciding on what level of spice suits them best, all while enjoying the sights and sounds of Sydney's eagerly anticipated new food precinct.

"We are thrilled to be amongst the excellent company of retailers and food offerings curated by Tramsheds," said Belle's co-founder and head chef Morgan McGlone. "This will be our fifth location in Australia – our second in Sydney, so we are excited to introduce more Sydneysiders to the ultimate Belle's experience of hot chicken and natural wine!"

Belle's set up its first ever home in Melbourne back in 2014, and has since taken poultry fans by storm. The restaurant made its Sydney debut with a series of pop-ups at the likes of Harpoon Harry and Bondi Icebergs, with a permanent spot in Barangaroo set to open this September.

Joining the chooks at Tramsheds will be boutique coffee venue Garçon and Middle Eastern eatery Bekya. The former is the creation of Little Marionette owner Edward Cutcliffe, who is hoping to bring some magic to your morning cappuccino. "Coffee making is a theatrical process and we want to bring that theatre to Tramsheds," said Cutcliffe. "The Little Marionette beans will be roasted onsite in a vintage Probat so diners can watch the magic happen, whilst sipping on a perfectly crafted espresso at the bar."

Bekya, meanwhile, was founded by mates Wally Mostafa and David Conceicao, expert creators of flat breads and traditional Egyptian breakfasts. "We are excited to introduce our Egyptian street food to Tramsheds' diners," Mostafa said. "The dishes are inspired by many different cultures and we are honoured to offer a taste of our heritage at Sydney's first Bekya restaurant."

Belle's, Bekya and Garçon will join previously announced Tramsheds tenants Butcher and The Farmer, Flour Eggs Water, Fish & Co, Bodega 1904 and Gelato Messina. Keep an eye out for further announcements in the coming weeks and months.

Visit Tramsheds Harold Park at 1 Dalgal Way, Forest Lodge from late August. For more information head to www.tramshedsharoldpark.com.au.

Published on July 09, 2016 by Jasmine Crittenden

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