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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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Default Breakfast in November.

Where is the best place for breakfast at this time of year
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Where is the best place for breakfast at this time of year
Not tried it but Norai, opposite the taxi rank do breakfasts, the menu looked good. Their home cooked pinxos are also amazing at 2€ each.
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Marina Cafe on the front would be my choice.
Pascalinos also on the front but never been there for one.
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Thank you what are pinxos
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Are they small tapas
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I have heard that Sparky can russtle up a good one.
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I think they're the same as tapas, just a different word?
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I think they're the same as tapas, just a different word?
....... and a stick in them.
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Basically they are small kebabs.
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I wish I could get the hang of posting photos! The pinxos sold in Narai are unique, not like kebabs and not smaller than tapas. You'll just have to nip in and try them for yourself!
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I wish I could get the hang of posting photos! The pinxos sold in Narai are unique, not like kebabs and not smaller than tapas. You'll just have to nip in and try them for yourself!
It's on my list to try this winter . I was going by the literal translation which is skewers, have had them in several places and they are usually served on a piece of bread.
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It may not be front line but great breakfast in El Pozo
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If you can wean yourself off the the full english, La Parra are good value for local faire.
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