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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 07-08-2005, 01:27
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I have read with interest the comments on the paella at the Llenaire's restaurant. We are going to PP for the 4th time next Sat and would like to try it please can anyone help us with directions?
We already hav our favourite eating places such as Can Ferras, Tango, and El Posito can anyone else recommend any others.( Price needs to be resonsible as we have 3 teenage kids to feed as well! )

Charlotte
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Hi Charlotte,
to find Bar Llenaire head away from the Port going toward Alcudia. Pass all ther shops and bars and the Hotels Pollentia and Uyal. Keep going until you get to Hotel Galeon, and Bar Llenaire is right next door. We always have Blindman's Paella, without bones and shells. Have a great time.
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Old 07-08-2005, 01:38
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We have always enjoyed eating at Restaurant Llenaire since finding it for the first time back in September 2003.

We had just arrived after a long day travelling and our villa was just off the main road to Alcudia. I remember we couldn't lock the door to our villa, it was pitch black and we were all tired and hungry.

Piling our luggage back into our hire car Restaurant Llenaire was one of the first we came to (apart from Ca'n Cuarassa) and we stopped, parked the car right outside and sank thankfully onto the comfortable seats, more than ready for our first beer of the holiday.

The food was great (children's menu went down well) and while we waited we enjoyed crusty bread and gorgeous alioli. Mmmmm!

I can't remember what we had but it was delicious and we ate there once again on that holiday.

Back in May we called in for lunch of chunky Spanish omelette and enjoyed lovely views over the bay.

No doubt we will be there again in a couple of weeks!

Jane:b

PS - such a shame - there was a great long thread about this restaurant that has now disappeared.
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Thanks we will be sure to add it on to our list
getting excited now can't wait till next Saturday

Charlotte
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I agree with Jane the place is just great
Worth a visit
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We ate at Lenaire's twice over the last 2 weeks and the food was very good. The suckling pig was excellent and the Ciegla Paella was also excellent. Although on the one occasion we ordered Frito Mallorquin as a starter and it came as the seafood variety not with Liver, not that it mattered it was lovely.
On our second visit they had a pianist who was good and it made for a very pleasant evening.
This restaurant is definately worth a visit, the staff were very friendly and attentive as well.

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