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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 25-11-2015, 19:15
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Does anyone know if Restaurante Siller is open. Have been trying to book a table for dinner this Friday. Cannot get any response from their phone. Their website says open all year, closed Mondays.
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I have an update on the restaurant, it has been closed for a few weeks for vacations but now an alquilar/rent sign has gone up in the window. I had heard rumours that the owner wanted to retire, so maybe he has.
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Thanks for the update Lyn. If Manolo has retired, we wish him and his wife well. We will certainly miss this lovely restaurant.
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He did tell us a year ago that he wanted to retire but we didn't want to believe it -- he will be very much missed.
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Oh, that's really disappointing. Siller was my #1 in the "Best 5" vote.
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Glad we went when we were over last Oct. We really liked the restaurant😊
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It has been our favourite for years.
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I was told tonight that the restaurant has been completely cleared out .
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Default What will happen to all the staff

Every time we went there it was the same waiting staff and they seemed like a family . I hope they find employment with the other restaurants .

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I was told tonight that the restaurant has been completely cleared out .
I wonder what happened to that "Giant Bottle of Red Wine" that used to be on display!!
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I have just been looking for details of Siller restaurant to give my daughter who is over in PP now with her husband and family and really disappointed to find out it is closed. It was our favourite restaurant in PP and we will greatly miss it but wish the lovely owners a happy retirement. Wonder where we will go now for the finest suckling pig in town?
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Wonder where we will go now for the finest suckling pig in town?
Cellar La Parra.

Not as good as Siller. Not close to the best I've had in Spain generally, or Mallorca specifically. But not bad at all.

Expect service to be not as good as the food - I have something of a down on the place after a less than satisfactory experience last year.
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Suckling Pig? You'd be hard pushed to beat Zarzales or El Posito. Both excellent.
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On Saturday night I had an excellent meal at Los Zarzales.

My starters were the same as yours, for main I had lamb chops and my wife, Cabrito.

Probably lacking a bit of flavour but the excellent and friendly service more than made up for it.

Excellent house wine and home made deserts.

I ordered an Irish Coffee, and after it came, mentioned that it was slightly cold, but drank it anyway as it wasn´t all that important.

They didn´t charge for it and refused payment after I inisted that I wanted to.

All in all, an excellent evening.
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