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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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Hi looking forward to ret in Aug and would love your recommendations for cheap lunches. Last year I seemed to be spending a fortune buying bread/ham/cheese etc in the shops. Would like to perhaps eat out for lunch every other day. There are lots of little places tucked around the back streets I just don`t know them. Gracias!
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Lots to chose from...El Meson,Bodeguita,Can Tofol all do Tapas and MDD or dish of the day,La Vall too
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Thank you Cath , will look them up!
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Just duplicating a couple of CathBs suggestions but would strongly recommend Can Tofol -
The daily special is €6.50 (inc. a drink) or the Sunday 3 course MDD is €9.90 and also includes a drink.
It got a few mentions in my earlier trip report:
http://www.forum.puertopollensa.com/...tml#post104226
http://www.forum.puertopollensa.com/...tml#post104227
http://www.forum.puertopollensa.com/...tml#post104232

La Vall have a 3 course MDD which looks great - the menu is usually posted in advance on their facebook page.

& finally El Posito have a 3 course lunch (inc wine) every weekday for €10.50 & €15 (at least the last time I went) on a Sunday. It's best to book on a Sunday as it's always very busy.
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Dont forget Sol y Mar always a good MDD or snacks and light lunch menu
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I'd definitely recommend La Vall - their MDD is incredible value at 9E for three courses, wine, water and a small bottle of lemonade (to mix with the wine, I assume!) and the guy who runs it is lovely. Portions are big so you won't want much in the evening! They do good tapas too. I'd also visit El Meson for very good tapas, and Ca'n Ferra, just off the seafront, is also very good and reasonably priced. Their fish dishes are particularly good.
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La Vall , El Meson or Bar Rumbo.
All lovely food and very good value.
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Cellar es Moli (in town)

Three course lunch, including olives, bread, wine & water. €12
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Es Refugi. We really enjoyed it on the Tapas Route- sorry to see it won't be on when we arrive in August
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