Carriageworks Welcomes Cosecha, a New Pop-up Spanish Bar and Restaurant

Eat, Sydney / 9 January 2019

Cosecha promises flavour-packed Spanish delights at Carriageworks this summer as part of Sydney Festival.

No event quite screams summer quite like Sydney Festival. The annual three week event, spanning from 9th-27th January, sees the city celebrate its rich cultural heritage. Carriageworks are no strangers to the annual festivities, and this year it gets set to welcome Cosecha by Darren Taylor.

Launching on 9th January and running until Sunday 27th January, the dynamic multi-arts space is transforming into the ultimate Spanish pop-up restaurant and bar. It comes complete with everything from sangria to paella, tapas and plenty more.

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Darren Taylor, who stands at the helm of this foodie operation, comes with a wealth of experience. Classically trained, Taylor is best known for his stint working at 3 star Michellin restaurant Troisgros, as well as co-opening Bilson’s, which now stands as the infamous Quay Restaurant. Fast forward 30+ years and Darren Taylor Catering now leads the charge in the fine food and catering sphere.

Food service at Cosecha will run from 12pm until 10pm daily, giving you plenty of time to swing past Nick Cave’s striking artistic installation, UNTIL. If you haven’t yet been, this gigantic floating structure is comprised of thousands of found objects and is definitely worth a visit.

As for the all important food menu, you can expect everything from Spain’s signature baguette with Spanish potato tortilla to meat and cheese boards and potato croquetas. The dinner menu offers more substantial bites, covering the full land to sea spectrum. To accompany your meal, cool off with a refreshing sangria (sold by the jug for $22) or for the adventurous drinker, perhaps a chilli margarita ($16.50). A generous selection of wine and beers are also available to purchase.

Cosecha by Darren Taylor is running as a part of Sydney Festival, from 9th-27th January 12pm-10pm daily.