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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 06-09-2005, 05:05
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Default L'Aup

I have always wanted to try this restaurant and in some ways it reminded me of Balaixa although I am sure Mallorcaboy would disagree! It is on the turning to Cala San Vicente and is screened by gardens and trees.

Anyway as it was a mere 2 seconds away from our villa we had to try it.

We made sure we booked a table before we went for a drink at the Cafe Espanyol in Pollensa and we were glad we did as the car-park was full when we arrived at 9pm.

The good thing about L'Aup (if you have children) is the play area which is near enough to the restaurant but far enough away for them to have a good time as well.

The restaurant was mainly full of "Villa-Brits" but we were lucky enough to sit next to a table of three Germans, one of whom (a lady of a certain age) was absolutely out of her head drunk! She was entertainment by herself and at one point hubby caught the eye of the husband of the couple who were with her, and he shot hubby a very long-suffering look! So funny!

Anyway, we enjoyed our evening here and although the waiters were a bit harrassed when we first arrived, the one who served us had a great sense of humour!

The menu was full of the usual suspects - lamb, pork, beef and a good fish section but we couldn't find a starter we liked (either cold or hot) so we made do with the delicious pate and bread that came with our drinks.

We both chose suckling pig for the main course and were slightly disappointed as it was quite greasy, as were the vegetables that went with it. The children's menu was good and my daughter enjoyed her chicken which was well-cooked and tender.

With desserts (ice-cream and almond cake again!) and a bottle of the Mallorcan red Heuras de Ribas, plus other drinks, the bill came to about 90 euros.

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