Following guidelines from the NSW and Australian government Flour Eggs Water at the Tramsheds will be open with strict seating restrictions and conditions of entry under the NSW public health act.
The maximum table size is set at 20 guests. Please respect the current guidelines and restrictions and we thank you for your support.
Current trading hours
Lunch Wednesday – Sunday 12 – 3pm
Dinner Wednesday – Sunday 5:30 – late
Flour Eggs Water. A Pasta bar by A Tavola. Daily creations of delicious simple Italian fare handmade with love, skill and delicious flavours. This is the food that we grew up with every day. And we are proud to be able to provide it as a part of your every day.
It’s in our blood to feed people, bringing friends and families together around a table. Reconnecting and creating memorable moments full of flavour, taste and love. We are dedicated to our craft and providing you seasonally focused food.
Our menu consists of a selection of seasonally changing Antipasti, seven to eight handmade and extruded pastas, two proteins, salads and desserts. Simple honest food done right. Your local pasta bar in the heart of your neighbourhood.
Wine on tap. From the vineyards to your wine glass.
Experience sustainable, economical and higher quality wine from our carefully curated wine selection. We work closely with small Italian and local wineries so you can taste the juice of the wine exactly as the winemaker intended.
The integrity, full nature and complexity of the wine is maintained as it is preserved from the moment it is made to the moment it is enjoyed with the development of stainless steel kegs.
In addition to our wine on tap we have a carefully curated wine list. We pride ourselves on forming meaningful connections with small family run wine producers, who are dedicated to producing wine in a natural way. This is boutique wine with meaning – many delivered by the winemaker themselves.
Currently pouring from Abruzzo and Tuscany in Italy, McLaren Vale and Adelaide Hills in SA, Yarra Valley and King Valley in VIC and Gundagai in NSW.