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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, 04:32
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Default Eyed up by a Lobster at Os Cachelos - Market Square in PP

This is a lovely restaurant on the corner of the square next to the beautiful church.

I don't think many people venture this far and there were a lot of free tables when we strolled past after having a drink at the Hotel Daina and watching the sky over the bay turn a lovely shade of pink. From what I had read on the forum I was eager to try it so off we went!

The staff were very friendly and couldn't do enough to make our evening enjoyable. We sat virtually on the steps of the church and again the children went off to play.

Os Cachelos (Casa Gallega) specialises in fish but they were more than happy to cook spaghetti for my son and grilled chicken for my daughter.

For starters I chose one of the forum favourites - the Piementos a la Padron while hubby had a real fishy evening with whitebait. Both starters were delicious (no hot ones for me) and I chose a crisp white wine - Vino del Alba Albarino - to accompany the main course of sea bream (dorada) for hubby and chicken in a red pepper sauce for me.

We were able to relax while the children played but my son soon managed to find the lobster tank inside the restaurant and was fascinated as they waved their claws at him. I am convinced one of them winked at me and my daughter which put me off choosing one to eat straight away!

The inside of the restaurant was empty and you could see into the kitchen which was spotless.

With desserts (ice-cream for kids and almond cake for me) the bill came to 82 euros.

Definitely a place I would return to, but not to eat lobster!

Jane
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