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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 26-06-2008, 00:42
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Default Eating Out in Cala San Vicente

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Welcome to the forum.

To ensure you get answers to all your questions, can I suggest that you split them & ask about Hotel Molins under Accommodation. There are also plenty of suggestions about going out under 'Out & About in Majorca' - also do see our main website page http://www.puertopollensa.com/excursions-majorca.html

Regards, webmaster.
No offence to PP lovers! but we are great fans of CSV. We will be there in september. You have chosen a lovely hotel to stay in, plus the fact that the Molins beach is on your doorstep! Plenty of nice places to eat according to your pocket
We are very fond of the restaurant A'LBA. The owner Dolores, known as Lolly is very friendly. Food is great, you can watch the chef cook the kebabs. OH has fish there which is lovely.
Pepe's is good value, don't be misled by cafe appearance food is good. You will find all these places in a day. We always finish at the Bar Majorca, off the Molins beach for a coffee/brandy night cap!
Do let us know how you get on.
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We spent a couple of lovely lunchtimes at Pepe's Bar this month - Cala San Vicente is a lovely, chilled place to while away the hours.

Pepe's food is simple, unpretentious stuff - mom loved the sardines which aided her recovery from coming last at crazy golf earlier in the day. And they made a nice fuss of the little one after she flashed her blue eyes, playing pass the parcel with her round the bar, which she loved.

And now I'm sat at this office desk.......

Pass me the pills.....
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We spent a couple of lovely lunchtimes at Pepe's Bar this month - Cala San Vicente is a lovely, chilled place to while away the hours.

Pepe's food is simple, unpretentious stuff - mom loved the sardines which aided her recovery from coming last at crazy golf earlier in the day. And they made a nice fuss of the little one after she flashed her blue eyes, playing pass the parcel with her round the bar, which she loved.

And now I'm sat at this office desk.......

Pass me the pills.....
we often eat at Pepe's usually at lunchtime. Anyway, when we were last there we decided to eat at Pepe's in the evening. I'm a great lover of BBQ prawns. We sat out side and I could small the garlic as he approached the table, wonderful
Did you eat at las marinas above the shop opposite the simar?
One day when we were there we made up our own tapas from a lot of items on the menu, squid rings, majorcan cheese etc. two bottles of wine and two hours later we'd had enough!!!!!
We will be back to CSV in september. can't wait!
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Default Eating out in CSV

I was really ill a couple of years ago after eaing out at Marinas. I had had fish and will never go back there again! We usually visit Modesto and Balaixia as well as driving through to PP for a bit more choice. I have even been known to cook in the villa although this is a very rare sight..............We still miss Tolo's in CSV though, their lamb has never been matched.
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