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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 30-05-2015, 17:06
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Default Hotel Llenaire - query

Sounds like a lovely spot.

Do they do lunch for non-residents?
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Yes they do.
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Sounds like a lovely spot.

Do they do lunch for non-residents?
Certainly do. I would suggest perhaps going mid-morning for Coffee and Cake (just a few euros) and enjoy the terrace overlooking the bay.

Once you are peckish, just ask for a menu, and having taken your lunch order, they take you around the side courtyard when it is ready.

Well worth a visit, as the view of the bay is superb.
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I haven't eaten there but the lunch menu looked great. The terrace used to be rather windy at times but I understand that they have installed screens to solve this. It is the most stunningly beautiful spot.
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Thank you all.

That's another added to the "eating list".
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Also, don't forget to try Restaurant Siurell, on the corner. Owner Julie is fantastic, food is fantastic, view is fantastic! Need I say more?
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We've only eaten at the Siurell once, on our first trip to the area. Truth be told, we didnt think it was up to much and have never been back. It's one of those difficult calls - do you go back and give somewhere a second chance or stick to places where you know you'll be fine. There's never enough evenings!
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Its my "local" and recommend highly. When house is full of kids, in-laws or various other freeloaders (sorry I meant family members) I always recommend the Llenaire to stay.

In terms of eating, dinner is superb with - IMHO - one of the best views in Mallorca. All three course and decent wine can be a pit pricey but there are plenty of more cost effective options.

Two alternative options:

1. There is a great coffee and cake opportunity for tea; or better

2. Go for a G&T or glass of cava to try out the ambiance.
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We often go here for coffee and cake swiftly followed by a beer and cava

Only had lunch there once last year and couldn't fault it. Quite a small choice at lunchtime but our party of 4 all had something different and we were all delighted with our choices. We liked the extra touches of a white bowl of small tomatoes, all grown on their land and picked that day, placed on the table as an appetiser ....cherry, yellow, the smallest ones I've ever seen, the size of peas, and even some black ones. Absolutely delicious and a nice change from bread and älioli
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Same as you PollensaToni, its our local too, although we still drive there! It really does seem a totally different place to PP and P town. The views are wonderful which ever way you look; the service is 5 star, but not stuffy; obviously agree with all the comments re what ever meal or break you have there, and agree with debz that although the lunch time menu is very limited due to using only fresh produce, it really is lovely. Its usually really peaceful with everyone just chilling out, you really don't want to leave! Cant wait to get back there now!
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These posts reminded us how lovely it is there so we hopped in the motor and popped up there for an early drink last evening. Several diners there enjoying the lovely setting and a few tables occupied on the terrace where we sat and enjoyed the glorious view.
Only spoiled by Ade moaning about the pips in his lemon!!! Seriously!!
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We've been for lunch too (was quite limited but fabulous view) & also coffee & cake (which they serve until quite late in the afternoon). Does anyone know what times they serve lunch? Thanks.
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We've been for lunch too (was quite limited but fabulous view) & also coffee & cake (which they serve until quite late in the afternoon). Does anyone know what times they serve lunch? Thanks.
Should have searched the forum - I posted myself here http://www.forum.puertopollensa.com/...-llenaire.html !!!
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Default What sort of prices ?

Sounds lovely for dinner so does anyone have an approximate cost with a decent bottle of wine ?

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Hi Can anyone tell me how to get to this fab looking hotel?
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