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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 28-04-2019, 09:22
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Default Gelati Mossa

For ice-cream lovers there is a new business in the port - Gelati Mossa. It is situated next door to the Corb Mari shop. The ice-cream is home made and from the ones we have tried they are as delicious as the Soller ice-cream that they sell at Café Monges. A generous cone is 2 euros.

They are awaiting delivery of more equipment (only opened last week) and hope to offer fresh coffee, cold drinks and snacks as well as ice-cream.
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We noticed them setting up the shop running up to Easter. Good luck to them and hope they do well. Hope they have some interesting flavours too. Always looking for unusual flavours as well as the ever popular old favourites.
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Fabulous news! There's also another artisan ice cream shop which has just openend round the back of the church in the Old Town - well, I'm saying new, I have a feeling it may just have relocated. They weren't as busy as the ex-Valls place in the Square but had some great flavours so here's hoping they do well.
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