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Lola Cocina

17 Alexander Street, Crows Nest, Sydney 2065., Australia

🛍 Spanish, Bars, Tapas, European, Vegetarian

4.3 💬845 Reviews

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Located at 17 Alexander Street, Crows Nest, Sydney 2065., Australia, Lola Cocina offers a dining experience like no other. Our 4.3 rating and 758 reviews are a testament to the delicious journey that awaits you in our menu. Experience a delightful dining option! Lola Cocina offers a diverse selection of mouthwatering dishes that can be conveniently delivered to your doorstep. Simply call +61280687829 to place your order for delivery.


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Amber Yost
Amber Yost

Aweful experience. We ordered the groupon deal and the white wine and we were given the nastiest cask wine of life. Which tasted more like a bad iced tea. The beer was tiny. Only one tapas could be ordered at a time and another couldnt be ordered until its finished.

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Miss Cathryn Bode
Miss Cathryn Bode

$30 unlimited tapas when the 4 of us went and we definitely gave a good crack at trying to eat our money's worth of patatas! By the end of the night we were so patated out I wasn't even able to order dessert. Much shame and disappointment ensued... General consensus for favourites of the night were calamari, mushrooms (though one batch arrived without the white wine being completely cooked off), mussels and bbq octopus. Service was polite and quite efficient and a complimentary drink was provided on arrival. Nice little venue for a quiet night with full bar service. Anna Howardwashere Al


Dr. Chelsey Nader Jr.
Dr. Chelsey Nader Jr.

You become pretty critical of Spanish tapas restaurants after your tastebuds have been blessed with the amazingness that is Encasa. I hardly ever stray from this path because I’m so madly in love, but you never know if there’s something better out there if you just don’t try! Solid effort on Lola Cocina’s part – they even have some deals running to make the whole package that much better. If you’re looking to save a few $$$ you can go in on Tuesdays for 50% off food, or if you want free rein over their tapas for $30, then Wednesdays or Thursdays are the days to go. Turns out the all you can eat tapas menu does not include everything from their normal menu, but you are still left with plenty of choice with 16 dishes. With $30 each put in, we went ahead with the ordering. There’s no extra charge so why not try everything available? It did take a while but we made it through all 16, with repeats of our favourites. If you’re here on this deal, go ahead and enjoy everything on offer (except maybe the apple and cheese on toast – it didn’t sound any good, and it tastes exactly like it sounds). If not, and you unfortunately need to limit your tapas plates, there were a few standouts. The calamari and croquettes were as good as each other – both delicious! The calamari made quite a few appearances that night. I usually have issues with calamari being too tough and chewy, but these almost melt in your mouth. Almost. I am also a huge fan of mushrooms, so thoroughly enjoyed the garlicky mushrooms with plates disappearing in the blink of an eye. The continuous reappearance of the patata dishes on the table were of my doing, quite possibly because I have a love for potatoes which even I was not aware of. Initially, I ordered the patata bravas because that’s just what I do when I go to Encasa – it’s now second nature to me. And I wasn’t too impressed at first bite (because it just doesn’t compare), but once my initial snobbiness had subsided I became quite addicted strangely enough. I wasn’t done after sitting there ploughing through potato after potato, and we finished with an order including the patata aioli too. Definitely carbed up after that meal. I think Lola Cocina is a nice place to come for dinner, especially if you take advantage of the promos where you can eat yourself silly. Staff are lovely too and pretty attentive.


Fausto Mann
Fausto Mann

You become pretty critical of Spanish tapas restaurants after your tastebuds have been blessed with the amazingness that is Encasa. I hardly ever stray from this path because I’m so madly in love, but you never know if there’s something better out there if you just don’t try! Solid effort on Lola Cocina’s part – they even have some deals running to make the whole package that much better. If you’re looking to save a few $$$ you can go in on Tuesdays for 50% off food, or if you want free rein over their tapas for $30, then Wednesdays or Thursdays are the days to go. Turns out the all you can eat tapas menu does not include everything from their normal menu, but you are still left with plenty of choice with 16 dishes. With $30 each put in, we went ahead with the ordering. There’s no extra charge so why not try everything available? It did take a while but we made it through all 16, with repeats of our favourites. If you’re here on this deal, go... read more


Prof. Alexa Reilly
Prof. Alexa Reilly

All you can eat Tapas for $29! This was the special for the night but a la carte was still available. As we had booked we were offered the first round of house beer or wine for free! The Tapas menu came in the smallest font possible that needs to be fixed because it was simply unreadable. At times, we needed to refer to the main menu to see the description. What was dissapointing was that there were several favourites missing from the Tapas being the garlic prawns, pork belly and the lamb straps.  Most of the tapas were cooked well except the meat balls which were a bit dry. The standout dishes were the octypus, the chicken skewers, chicken meatballs with cream sauce and field mushrooms. There potatoes aplenty each round and we got to sample all the variations. The tapas were all reduced portions of the full priced versions which made it tricky to order. Unfortunately, there were no dishes that created any wow factor that I would be drawn back to. I felt short changed with the exclusion of some dishes are probably their most popular tapas. They could at least limit those exclusions to one serving per person to manage the costs like some buffets do. The ambience is initmate and relaxing with dimmed lighting and candles with an entire Spanish feel to the dining room. The service was friendly and attentive.


Lyda Schoen
Lyda Schoen

All you can eat Tapas for $29! This was the special for the night but a la carte was still available. As we had booked we were offered the first round of house beer or wine for free! The Tapas menu came in the smallest font possible that needs to be fixed because it was simply unreadable. At times, we needed to refer to the main menu to see the description. What was dissapointing was that there were several favourites missing from the Tapas being the garlic prawns, pork belly and the lamb straps.  Most of the tapas were cooked well except the meat balls which were a bit dry. The standout dishes were the octypus, the chicken skewers, chicken meatballs with cream sauce and field mushrooms. There potatoes aplenty each round and we got to sample all the variations. The tapas were all reduced portions of the full priced versions which made it tricky to order. Unfortunately, there were no dishes that created any wow factor that I would be drawn back to. I felt short... read more


Skyla O'Connell
Skyla O'Connell

All you can eat tapas for $30? Not a bad deal esp with single beer or house red/white thrown in, except that they excluded a few items from their normal tapas menu, most notably prawns, to create this $30 special. Still we were spoilt for choice as there are more than 15 items to sink our teeth into. Mussels, octopus, chorizo, cod croquette, field mushroom, chicken meatballs, calamari recommended. Service was prompt and quite attentive, food didnt take that long to be served. Food 3.25/5 Service 3.75/5 Company 4.5/5 ????


Vince Schneider
Vince Schneider

I just loved the food! I went at Lola Cocina and I felt close to Spain. Nice music and lovely environment. The paella was delicious! Definitely I will go back soon!

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Crows Nest

Crows Nest

Categories

  • Spanish
  • Bars
  • Tapas
  • European
  • Vegetarian
  • Meat
  • Wine
  • Fish
  • Cheese
  • Beer*
  • Ice Cream
  • Casual
  • Drinks
  • Mediterranean
  • Full
  • Gluten Free
  • Lunch
  • Dining
  • Accepts American Express

Amenities

  • Delivery
  • Breakfast
  • Home Delivery
  • Wheelchair Accessible
  • Gluten Free Options
  • Outdoor Seating
  • Wifi
  • Vegetarian Friendly
  • All Day Dining
  • Outdoor Dining
  • Reservations
  • Seating
  • Waitstaff
  • Highchairs Available
  • Accepts Mastercard
  • Accepts Visa
  • Takeout
  • Street Parking
  • Serves Alcohol
  • Full Bar
  • Accepts American Express
  • Families With Children
  • Kids
  • Tapas
  • Buffet
  • MasterCard
  • Visa
  • Cocktails
  • American Express
  • Digital Payments
  • Accepts Credit Cards
  • Takeaway
  • Outdoor Smoking Area
  • Dancing

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