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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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Does anyone know what time they serve dinner from,i would like to book a table about six ish so we can still see the veiw,next question do they serve dinner on the terrace,and how much is it by taxi.Not asking much am i ,thanks for any help you can give me
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Does anyone know what time they serve dinner from,i would like to book a table about six ish so we can still see the veiw,next question do they serve dinner on the terrace,and how much is it by taxi.Not asking much am i ,thanks for any help you can give me
In Spain six would be very early to eat but I'm sure the hotel would accommodate you. We went out at 9 tonight and it was still quite light. I would think if you arrived around 7'ish for drinks on 'the amazing view terrace' you could then sit down for dinner about 7.30 on the terrace where they serve dinner. Not sure of the exact taxi price but imagine it would be no more 10 €

Hope you have a wonderful time, it really is lovely there
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They serve coffee & cake (for 4 euro) 10-19 & lunch snacks 12:30 - 15:00 so I shouldn't think dinner starts until 7pm but drinks are served 10-24 from the Gin & Tonic club! Why don't you email them? They are very friendly! They may only serve dinner in the dining room so best to ask.
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You are right about the time Pollensa. The earliest we have eaten there is 7pm and we were the only ones for about half an hour! Lovely private dining experience for a while! In the summer they will serve the dinner in the courtyard, but under cover of the building, which is lovely with the outside view of the sky and the sound of the little fountain in the middle, or inside the dining room if all tables are taken. As already said, it is lovely to arrive early anyway and take advantage of sitting on the terrace for a pre dinner drink, and you get to choose your table then too!
Have a great evening, it will become one of your favourites!
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In Spain six would be very early to eat but I'm sure the hotel would accommodate you. We went out at 9 tonight and it was still quite light. I would think if you arrived around 7'ish for drinks on 'the amazing view terrace' you could then sit down for dinner about 7.30 on the terrace where they serve dinner. Not sure of the exact taxi price but imagine it would be no more 10 €

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May be best to book first, we arrived for lunch one day last month and the hotel was fully booked for a private wedding for 4 days.( Wouldn't like to be picking up that bill.)
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Good point. They have become very popular now for weddings and other corporate functions.
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The Port is getting much busier now so i would suggest that if you want to go to any specific restaurant it is wise to reserve a table .
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My wife and I popped into Hotel Llenaire one afternoon last month. We had just enjoyed a "full" lunch at Mirador de la Victoria so we did not take on the cake etc. We just had a tea/coffee in the garden at the back and enjoyed the views and relaxed ambiance. I can only endorse what has been said on here about the Hotel Llenaire. It's stunning. Next trip we will definitely try to eat here.
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