Note if you would like to book using a voucher, please call the restaurant directly. Please bear this in mind when making your reservation.
Bringing a taste of Spain straight to Sydney, Lola Cocina over in Crows Nest serves up tapas, paella and other tasty Spanish treats with breakfast, lunch and dinnertime options. Decorated in a rustic European style, this restaurant boasts plenty of authentic charm and an outdoor dining area perfect for relaxing and people watching on a summer day. Head down to Lola Cocina’s Alexander Street location for a memorable Mediterranean experience.
Food sounds delicious?
Get a table before they're gone
Nice restaurant with tasty food, but need to upgrade the bathrooms.
We tried Plato Mixto for two person, it come with 4 seafood and 4 meat tapas. The portionwas big and we can’t finish it. But the taste was OK only.
Good food on Tuesday all you can eat tapas. Was able to add empanadas to menu which was not usually done on Tuesdays
With such an intimate atmosphere, Lola Cocina on Alexander Street is the perfect place in Sydney’s Crows Nest for a romantic date or an evening spent catching up with friends. You could split a bottle of wine while snacking on a spectacular sharing board like the plato de carne (a tantalising tray of grilled beef, pork belly, cheese-stuffed meatballs, smoky chorizo, Spanish rice and more) or tuck into some of Lola Cocina’s gorgeous tapas.
Dining as a group will allow you to sample as many delicious tapas as possible in cool surroundings on Crows Nest’s Alexander Street. Such tapas include bacalhau (smoked cod) croquettes, paprika-dusted calamari with saffron aioli, piquillo peppers stuffed with pine nuts and goats cheese, or a classic Spanish egg tortilla with potato and onion. As well as tapas, other tasty choices on offer at Lola Cocina in North Sydney include a selection of paellas, a beautiful linguine with tiger prawns and aged Spanish ham, and some crispy-golden chocolate churros to finish things off nicely.
Organising a party? Want to stay longer? Have a special request?