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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 23-03-2008, 00:33
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Default Jiggys eateries??

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OK! That's the easy bit out of the way, all the accomodation fixed up.
Now to pick all the eateries!!
Whose wisdom do you take?
Peru? Snowy? The "Reds" man? Bella D? Jane? Debs? Porto?
All got different tastes and all will be "badgering" you!
Maybe best ask webmaster for guidance??
Nah! Do your own thing!
Well, ive finally booked my PP hol for the 1st week in Aug
But where do i eat??
Last time we went, my fav 2 restauants were Stay and Centric, so theyre deffo on my list. But i'd like to try some new ones this year. So, come on peeps,
Where does Jiggy HAVE to eat at?
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Old 23-03-2008, 00:54
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Jiggs

I guess you will get many similar replies. But if I was there for a week it would be

La Fortelsa the best meal we had last year.
O'lume
El Posito
Neptuno
Llenaire Restaurant
plus your two choices and thats the end of your week.
Time to go back to work

There are lots more that I'm sure will be on the top of other peoples list.
Maybe I'll see you in one of those restaurants. I'll be wearing the Bluebirds shirt we may have won the F A Cup .

Timberman

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Thanks TM, La Fortelsa, and Neptuno were on my list of maybes already. any surgestions for a good pizza too, for the kids??
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Dont miss El Posito, its very good, especially the Menu Del Dia at Lunchtime.

La Fortalesa is tops as its very nice inside and the Rabbit is fantastic!

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Ta, Mark.
Hmmm, thats 2 votes for El Posito.
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and the Rabbit is fantastic!
RABBIT??? Didnt you know i'm a veggie (only joking )
Does anyone have any sugestions to go with 2 teenagers too??
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Teenagers Jiggy - suggest 2 of my favs - Manduca for fab pasta/ pizza/ rice dishes/ kebabs/ curries and Little Italy for Pizza/ pasta. Both have a young feel to them and fab food. Manduca in particular is VERY resaonably priced and the portions are huge!

Tiberi is also quite young with young, good looking staff - good for burgers/ pasta but personally I think a bit overpriced and the service is a hit or a miss. Sorry Tiberi fans

Laroc along the Pine Walk (near your apartments) is also good for a pizza at lunchtime, and the Singala used to do very acceptable salad/ sarnies at lunchtime to save you going into town.

Bar Orange at Daina is trendy for drinks if your teenagers are a wee bit older.
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Does anyone have any sugestions to go with 2 teenagers too??
Sauteed Potatoes and a green salad Although I can never manage a whole one!

As Lala said, Little Italy is very nice and reasonably priced. If you want peace there is Booger King, give them 10 euros and tell them you'll see them in an hour.

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Hi all, my teenagers have to go to the Codfather on their first and last night, it has become a family tradition for some reason, the food is not that bad and it is familiar for them I suppose. If we do this then they are happy to come along with us for the rest of our stay to where we choose. Last year we ate out a couple of times at Sinbads along the front as the swordfish steaks managed to keep them quiet for a short while, and I would thoroughly recommend them also. We usually stay just outside of PP and drive in each night so parking the car often determines where we eat, however this year we are in PP itself so that the teenagers can have a bit more independence and we get a bit of peace as it is hard to keep everyone happy. It seemed easier in someways when they were little and happy with a penguin ice cream and then back in the buggy......now it's San Miguel and eye rolling at us oldies! If we have an evening when they seem extremely fed up then go karts and Burger King in Alcuidia do the trick.
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Jiggy

Got to be El Posito Tony's a Baca supporter.

You could ask Robjay about O'Lume still the best in my opinion.

Bar Siller for wonderful Steaks and great evening out.

Now with Kids and a Dog El Kioski may fit the bill.

The one thing you have forgot is that romantic night out with Mrs Jiggy right guy's where can he take her? got to cost a bomb because Mrs Jiggy was not keen on PP this year but the Blue got his way so he's got to make it up to her.

Prize for best reply Baby sit the kids and buster.
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Sauteed Potatoes and a green salad Although I can never manage a whole one!
LOL@Mark
Thanks for that peeps.
Mark and Lala, i was thinking of Little Italy yeah, so thats another one for my list.

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Snowy, for that special night, i'm taking mrs jiggy to Tex Mex
God you must really dislike your missus.
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Jiggy,
If you want you to stay in the port try Los Zarzales otherwise jump on the bus to Pollensa and go to La Font de Gall, you will not be disappointed with either.
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Hi Hamcas
Yep, Los Zarzales is another one on my list that i was thinking about. I remember Snowy and Debz liking their suckling pig.
Sofar, i have:-
Stay
Centric
La Fortelsa
Neptuno (maybe)
El Posito (another maybe)
Little Italy
and Los Zarzales
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God you must really dislike your missus.
LOL@Mark What!!! do you think she would preferre Booger King
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Jiggy,
You may want to eat out during the day rather than the evening, if so may I be so bold as to suggest something like Pa amb Oli at Neptuno.They have an excellent selection of Tapas too.
We like toasted sandwiches at Aries. they come with chips!! Good value too!!

PeRu
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Chips!!! peru! We're staying not far from Aries too!! so thatll be a great one, cheers m8 The kids will love that.
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