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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 29-06-2015, 16:18
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Default Bellaverde, June 2015

I’m not big on Sunday lunch. But I reckon I’d rather eat a couple of Bellaverde’s veggie dishes in the dappled shade of an old fig tree, than a roast beef and all the trimmings in some North Cheshire boozer.

There were a couple of salads. One – a fairly bog standard offering of lettuce, tomato, etc, was lifted into something interesting and delicious by the inclusion of mango and pine nuts and the topping of basil ice cream. The latter was really clever – ice cream, although not creamy (which would have been horrible) and with the powerful scent and taste of basil. The other salad was equally light and refreshing – lettuce water melon, onion and peanuts. The menu said it was spicy. It wasn’t and it would have been better if it had been. By the by, they make a point of saying that their veg os grown for them, organically, at two local fincas.

Vegetarian chilli, mixed with couscous, was exactly that and carried a nice kick. As with other vegetarian restaurants I know, they stretch out across the world for dishes. It can mean the cuisine is disjointed but it does mean you can eat some cracking dishes. Such as their plate of (mainly) Eastern Mediterranean mezze. Houmous, moutabal and tapenade, with bread, carrot and celery to dip. And a couple of falafel and fatayer to nibble on as well. I thought the moutabal was outstanding but it was all good.
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Old 29-06-2015, 19:19
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Every time we are in PP we look at the BV menu but since it changed 2 0r 3 years ago, there is nothing really to tempt us. A shame because it was one of our favourite places to eat and their moussaka and pizza were unbeatable, as were their spicy noodle dishes and loads more.
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