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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 07-10-2004, 18:12
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Default El Kiosko Hot NEWS!!!

Here was i sitting at Eolo having a beer 15 mins ago when lo and behold a guy opens the entry door to El Kiosko goes in comes out again and goes away leaving the door open.
5% mins then ccomes back and i think it is a dream.
So I went over and spoke to him yes it was the operator guy.
"are you going to open "?says I and he said "No there is a problem with the patronage" shrugged and said "maybe next year" so there you are latest news


Man is it hot here just now 30 and sticky last couple of days.

Tony in El Posito says "unusually hot for time of year" and his food best we.ve had this week so far .

By the way I,m in El Pozo and the tapas looks delicious ..Sorry to tease all you tapas lovers!!
Ta Ta for now!!
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Old 08-10-2004, 00:59
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Gad man you are a swine!! Not long now till the 22nd and I shall return!! Good news about the kiosk as things just didn`t feel right in July without it, (plus the fact that the fish were looking a bit on the thin side).
If you could arrange for the weather to stay in the upper 20`s for the next three weeks I would be grateful, in the meantime ENJOY!! 8o
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Old 08-10-2004, 06:45
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great to get an update on this mystery

tell Tony in El posito we said Hi from Scotland and will be in touch for barcelona tickets soon
did you have the cod in there, mouth watering thinking about it
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Old 25-05-2005, 02:04
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just back after a week in pp.stopped at apartments in the very centre of the town for the first time,just behind the square.first day walked into town to get some provisions from the eroski centre and what did we see? yes you have guessed el kiosko doing brisk business on the carretera formentor where it crosses ruben dario

now thats what i call hot news
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Old 25-07-2005, 18:23
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Counting down to August 6...Just read Joey36 on El Kiosko doing brisk business some time ago but not in his usual spot. Is this true?
Having followed all the El Kiosko stories in the past this really is Hot News.
My lad was so disappointed the last two years when he couldn't get an "in betweeny" snack from El Kiosko. Mind you, I would love to munch an egg and cheeseburger from him again!
Let us know the latest.
many thanks.
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Old 25-07-2005, 18:44
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Yes El Kiosko is open and doing very well this year in its new Spot, behind cafe 1919, on the opposite corner to the newsagents on the Formentor road.
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Old 25-07-2005, 18:47
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Thanks for that, it is cheerful news!
Is the same guy still running it by the way...
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Old 25-07-2005, 19:04
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Hi,

Yes the same guy, and its just as good as ever.
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Old 25-07-2005, 19:09
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Thanks again,
The sight of him having a cigarette at the side door and drinking a Cruzcampo will keep me going for the next two weeks!
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Old 27-07-2005, 18:50
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Default Re:EL KIOSKO TO CLOSE!

Sad news!
Item in today's Bulletin, with photo!
"Kiosko To Close".
Seems that owner did not have correct opening permit.
Neighbours had been complaining.
Owner appealed after being told to close two months ago.

Council announced final decision on Wednesday confirming closure!

Cheers!

Frito
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Old 28-07-2005, 17:45
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Oh No!
I've told everyone that El Kiosko is back up and running and we've even talked when we were going to have our first snack!
Never mind, I'm sure our friend will be back...
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Old 11-08-2005, 22:41
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Now this IS hot news. Itīs open again. Just where you said it had moved to - doing good business.
In The Caprabo cafe at the moment in stormy weather!!
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Old 30-08-2005, 18:49
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Ok here's a question from a kiosko virgin. what is it they cook and sell that makes you guys so happy?. It can't be their burgers?. So tell me what is it?, please.
It was open 2 weeks ago and doing a roaring trade in what looked like burgers?.

Rob
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Old 31-08-2005, 06:44
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Hi Rob,

Could be "Dobbin" burgers etc but I tried it a few years ago and the burgers were very good. My daughter and her freind loved them. My only comment is (in commen with many past posts) that the smell from the storm drains in the roadway suggests some illeagal foul drain connections(Somewhere)?

Comments on toilets etc. we in the u.k. cannot hold a candle up to the excellent standards maintained in PP.

I will check it all out again next week!

Regards

Jimbo
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Old 31-08-2005, 07:32
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Very sad if El Kiosko is to close, we are his neighbours and haven't heard of any problems, certainly no complaints from us, other than we wish his openning hours extended even later into the evening!!
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