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Bars & Restaurants in Pollensa, Majorca Where to eat and drink. For great reviews and comments on bars, cafes and restaurants. Do give locations if possible.

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Old 07-09-2005, 01:44
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Default Ca N'Olesa - Pollensa Square

This was our third visit to this restaurant at the bottom of the steps (next to Il Giardino) and they offer Mallorcan specialities and stone-baked pizzas.

We booked a table before our drink at the Cafe Espanyol which was essential as they were very busy when we went back and we had to wait for our table to be cleared and re-set.

The menu was varied and I noticed tumbet as a main course with pork, and a seafood frito mallorquin, plus fish dishes, rack of lamb and one of my favourites, the fried green peppers.

The bread and olives made an appearance as we looked at the menu and I chose mussels in a tomato and onion sauce to start while hubby went for walnut, cheese and grape salad.

Our main courses of rabbit and onions and lamb in a rosemary sauce were slightly chewy but delicious as well.

The wine, an Atrium Merlot from Penedes, was very drinkable, soft and fruity and went well with our meat dishes.

The staff, though very busy, were friendly and our waitress looked a bit like Julia Roberts. Presumably this was in answer to the Catherine Zeta Jones look-alike next door at Il Giardino and her appearance made hubby very happy!

I was fascinated by the posh Brit family at the next table who loudly announced they were from the Hotel Formentor and then proceeded to order a pizza each. Obviously staying there is more expensive than I thought!

The bill came to 89 euros.

Jane


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