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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 La Cantina El Moll Nou.

Has been the find of 2018 for me. Why didn't they promote it much previously as I knew it was there but didn't know exactly what it was or what it did. I sat there for an hour on Thursday in lovely sunshine watching a boat coming into berth. I'm not a boaty person at all but found it pleasant watching it all unfold.

2.30 euros for a bottle of beer is decent but haven't had any food yet. Staff are lovely and all in all it is a lovely setting.
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Yes indeed, For those pollensa addicts of many years I find it can give a totally different perspective on the old tried and tested views. Well worth a visit.
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[QUOTE=hoopy;124864] I sat there for an hour on Thursday in lovely sunshine watching a boat coming into berth. I'm not a boaty person at all but found it pleasant watching it all unfold.

Hoopy, Don't you think they would have been better off unfolding it before they put it into the water.?
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I sat there for an hour on Thursday in lovely sunshine watching a boat coming into berth. I'm not a boaty person at all but found it pleasant watching it all unfold.

Hoopy, Don't you think they would have been better off unfolding it before they put it into the water.?
It would've taken a bit of unfolding. Wasn't a dinghy!!
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Such a nice place for a pre dinner drink and great views . Just waiting on some food reviews before taking the plunge and having dinner.
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Can we be absolutely clear; which Cantina? El Moll Nou doesn't do dinner does it?

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Can we be absolutely clear; which Cantina? El Moll Nou doesn't do dinner does it?
Yes it does. I haven't eaten there yet but whenever I go most of the tables are reserved for diners.
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Can we be absolutely clear; which Cantina? El Moll Nou doesn't do dinner does it?
Hanser La Cantina El Moll Nou does do dinner but La Cantina at La Llonja doesn't 😊
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Can we be absolutely clear; which Cantina? El Moll Nou doesn't do dinner does it?
El Moll Nou.
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Hi guys, to avoid confusion i have changed the title of this thread to La Cantina El Moll Nou. .
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Hanser La Cantina El Moll Nou does do dinner but La Cantina at La Llonja doesn't 😊
I was there last night and there was definitely no food being served. Perhaps they only do dinner on certain evenings?
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Well I can give a food review, we ate their twice on our August holiday, Mrs Wiggy and I had Tapas on both occasions, very good calamari, Patas Bravas and a seafood frito ( never had a seafood one before) then on 2nd visit replaced the frito with Greek style prawns, and our son had the kids fish menu, a whole fillet of sea bass or Hake, both big enough for an adult. Excellent Creme Brullee and Apple Tartin. Decent bottle of house red each time.
Beer plus a G+T before hand came in less than €80 each time.
All the other dishes that came out to other tables looked good, one couple were having the set menu, a largeish couple who struggled to finish it as there was so much to eat. Nice relaxed atmosphere and unhurried service with a very warm welcome.
It's in my top 5 restaurants for this year, and we will certain,y be eating there again next summer when we are back.
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I try and go every time I am over (confirm it’s the one on the same road as the Stay restaurant)

This time I was told that they will remain open until the end of November, but have started closing around 6 pm.

Food is only served until around 3,30 pm

Good value for money. Café con leche and a caña 3,80
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