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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 04-07-2021, 09:59
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Default Tothom.

What was Bar Manolo has opened as "Tothom" and run by Dani, son of Katy and Juan from Trio, Tango, Bony and Tots .
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Tricky name to pronounce?
Toth am
Tot ham
Tottam
Toe tham etc?
Anyone got any idea?
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Tricky name to pronounce?
Toth am
Tot ham
Tottam
Toe tham etc?
Anyone got any idea?

https://forvo.com/word/tothom/

https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/tothom
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Yes a waiter friend told me last night that the name means for everyone .
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Is this local dialect, or a play on words with abbreviation?
"Todos los hombres" .... All men ?
Tot Hom
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Is this local dialect, or a play on words with abbreviation?
"Todos los hombres" .... All men ?
Tot Hom
My friend is from Pollensa and he explained that it is a Catalan word, in Spanish it is Todos, but said basically in local dialect it means everyone .
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This is a new restaurant that bravely opened during the pandemic. Daniel and his business partner, who is also the chef have created a fabulous addition to the many great eateries in PP.

They are just on the edge of the square in the premises previously used by Casa Manalo but with additional outside seating by the church. It’s early days for this restaurant but they have big plans for the future in terms of ambiance and decor and i for one can’t wait to see how this place progresses.

The small menu is imaginative and varied resulting in beautifully presented flavoursome food that is a high end twist on some old favorites. Their passion for good food, served well is evident.

I can personally recommend the croquettes, cod tako, beef tenderloin and their paella which was just how I like it with a great authentic crunch. The deserts are reconstructed traditional items like cheesecake and banoffee and are the best I have tasted for a long time

Don’t just take my word for it, go and try them , they deserve to succeed
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https://forvo.com/word/tothom/

I listened to that pronunciation over and over....and Im still none the wiser!
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Called in there when we were over in August. It was on a Wednesday, Market Day, around noon. The guy was working his socks off trying to get all his tables and chairs set up beside the church, but still made time to stop and serve me a lovely pint. Joined by my wife then, and despite there still only being the 2 of us, he stopped again and replenished our glasses. Hope he does well, he deserves it.
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I listened to that pronunciation over and over....and Im still none the wiser!
I'm getting To Tom.
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We tried Tothom Bar on a recent visit to Puerto Pollensa.

The food was really lovely and beautifully presented. There was a genuinely friendly welcome too from the person who served us.

A little plus was that there was some great live music from Maria Antonia and Xavi Clota on the evening we went there in August - and a different singer last week on Thursday evening.

A few bars & restaurants have tables and chairs on the courtyard to the left of the church, so check which section you choose to sit in first, if you fancy trying the culinary delights at Bar Tothom.

And, hopefully, without this sounding a bit twee, it might be a good idea for Bar Tothom to put some twinkling lights in the parasols over their area of tables so it's clearer which ones are theirs.
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