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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 23-06-2015, 10:31
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Default Valls (icecream) is moving.

Valls (icecream) are moving into a shop just past Don Corleone .
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Does that mean the hut will be going?
Hope the girls will still be there ...
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We have lost the one in Port Alcudia, which is a great shame as it is the best ice cream.
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Very good news - their ice cream is the best. They once did a violet flavour (sadly no longer) - it was extraordinary.
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Love their ice cream often don't have a dessert and have an ice cream instead, cherry with chocolate chip for me.
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Where about is that Lyn?....yes is the hut going?
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I assume that the hut will go, the new shop opens today at 20:00, here is the address :-
Passeig Anglada Camarassa n║ 11, Port de Pollenša. I think it's in between Don Corleone and El Casinet.
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I assume that the hut will go...

Good luck to the girls in the new location ...
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It will be interesting to find out what's behind the move as that hut is very iconic. Always immaculately kept and as stated the girls in there are always pleasant, friendly and smiling no matter how long the queues are or the time of day. Maybe an example to a few other establishments in respect to customer service?!

I would assume the hut is sited on council land so could be a lease thing or connected with the proposed redevelopment of the road on the front? Time will tell.
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I believe there have been issues with Valls and Cafe 1919 so maybe this has something to do with the move .
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I believe there have been issues with Valls and Cafe 1919 so maybe this has something to do with the move .
I can remember when Mr Valls used to ride his pop pop bike up the pine walk and all the kids running out to get Ice Cream Heldos Heldos was the call.
Great days.
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They were really busy last night even around 10.30. Can't imagine they would have too many problems just a little further along. Nice friendly girls too.
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Below is Post #47 from this thread (7/3/2011) http://www.forum.puertopollensa.com/...html#post55250

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Sadly he retired a number of years ago but the family still run the kiosk by the roundabout I remember when he changed from his push bike to his motorised one he loved it. The Family have a villa on the Pine walk which they rent out part of it in the summer
Don't forget Fred the Bassett hound who belonged to the family. Either snoozing in the shade by the icecream stall by the marina roundabout, or stolling down the back of the Pine Walk resturants, begging scraps food and a bowl of water.

Here he is, doing the latter, in 2004. I do like his collar - very stylish!




And here he is basking at the kiosk, also 2004.



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His name was Duque and he was a lovely old boy. He used to wander all around the Port and was especially fond of the market on Wednesdays!

I thought he belonged to the Vila family though not the Valls but I could be wrong
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His name was Duque and he was a lovely old boy. He used to wander all around the Port and was especially fond of the market on Wednesdays!

I thought he belonged to the Vila family though not the Valls but I could be wrong
To be honest, I don't know why I think Fred (or Duque, even) was Valls dog.... maybe I am wrong as well.
Doesn't detract from him being a bit of a character
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