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Dine-in or Takeaway at Sydney’s Foodie Halls

When you think Sydney’s foodie scene couldn’t get much better, well it does. Food markets have transformed industrial and heritage buildings into contemporary spaces that provide an all-round foodie experience. Established names to newbies, we have put together a list of Sydney food halls that we can’t get enough of.

The Cannery, Rosebery

Rosebery has upped the ante on wholesome food and fresh produce, with The Cannery bringing together producers, providores and restaurateurs under one roof. In the mix is dining destination Stanton & Co, serving up modern Australian-Japanese fusion fare, brunch enthusiasts Three Blue Ducks, along with beer and charcuterie specialists Frenchie's Bistro and Brewery and Sydney favourite Archie Rose Distilling Co., Grain Organic BakeryKingsmore Meats and Wholefoods House has organic produce while The Red Spoon Co. has your covered with gourmet ingredients. For wanting to take a sweet treat home, a visit to Black Star Pastry is a must.

61 Mentmore Avenue, Rosebery

Tramshed, Rozelle 

Having undergone extensive restoration, the historic Rozelle Tramway Depot has become home to providores that have mastered the art of fine food and wine. The Tramsheds is on every foodie’s radar with its line-up of restaurants, cafés and providores all under one roof, think Butcher and the Farmer, Fish and Co, and Flour Eggs Water with Gelato Messina delivering tenfold on the sweetness. All the vendors share the same ethos – fine food, education and sustainability, cue Artisan Lane, a space for providores to share their skills in a series of cooking classes, markets and pop-up restaurants.

1 Dalgal Way, Forest Lodge


Carriageworks Farmer’s Market, Eveleigh

We may be pushing the foodie hall concept here, but we just love the weekly Carriageworks Farmers Markets and we’ll find any excuse to throw them into the mix. The name of the game here is seasonal, organic and bio-dynamic foods from farmers, artisans and producers from across New South Wales. Now that’s keeping things local. The markets incredible line-up of producers and artisans are housed in the creative precinct of the Carriageworks. Semi-outdoors, this market is an all-weather affair and it provides shoppers with the chance to get to know the people behind the produce. 

245 Wilson Street, Eveleigh

Sydney Fish Market, Pyrmont

An oldie but a goodie. Sydney Fish Market is an enduring favourite for all Sydneysiders and is definitely worthy of a mention. Boasting some of the best seafood retailers around, the Sydney Fish Market is the place to nab some seriously good prawn cocktails or the classic fish n’ chips. A one stop shop, shoppers can grab supplies from the bakery, butcher and greengrocer. You can also master the art of cooking a variety of seafood, from snapper, flathead and whiting to mussels, octopus and abalone and everything in-between at the Sydney Seafood School. While you’re there, why not take a tour to see what goes on behind the scenes at the fish markets.

Bank Street and Pyrmont Bridge Road, Pyrmont

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