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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 03-07-2008, 19:11
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Default In need of a "Special occasion" restaurant

Hi. First post on the board.

We're staying in Pollensa in September (near the golf course) - first visit for several years. I've been reading through the threads and recognise some of the restaurants (like Stay). Others are new, of course. Great reads. So, I reckon I'll have plenty of ideas for 2 weeks eating.

But what I need now is a recommendation for somewhere really, really good for an "occasion". It doesnt have to have a Michelin star or the like (I think they are all in Palma or Deia) but it does have to be that sort of standard. And, yes, I know it'll be expensive. Happy to travel some miles for this, but not to the other side of the island (unless no nearer option). Any thoughts?

John
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Smile "Special Occasion" Restaurant.

If you are willing to travel to just outside Santa Maria (very quick with the motorway), I suggest:

Moli des Torrent

Ctra. de Bunyola, n 75 (on the PM 202)

Tel: 971 140503

Expensive, but not over the top.
Superb food.
Good service.
A place with a bit of atmosphere for the special occasion.

I hope this is useful.

Frito.
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Clivia in Pollensa. It is fantastic and would be my definite choice.
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Hi John.

Check out

http://www.readshotel.com/?sectionid=30

Regards
Carl.
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For a special occasion it has to be C'an Costa in Pollensa.
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Thanks for the replies so far. Keep em' coming.

Carl - Mrs H had already been thinking about Reads (and I see it actually does have a Michelin star), but I' d been hoping to find somewhere a bit closer, if possible. That said, I guess it's not too far a drive and it does look like an absolutely cracking "tasting menu". And, wow, I thought I'd eaten some expensive meals in the UK this year but those prices are eye-watering.
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Hi John.

Check out Skyblue for more options.

http://www.skybluemallorca.com/public/department35.cfm

Mind you Reads does look a bit "Special", I wouldn't worry about the price of the menu, last time we dined at a Michelin resteraunt we had a glass of wine each to complement every 2 or 3 courses of the tasting menu and the wine bill came to more than the food!!!.

http://www.lenclume.co.uk/food/

Go on man get your wallet out!!.
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Ta for that, Carl. I'm off to have a nosy round Skyblue.

And, yeah, we keep thinking about a trip up the M6 to L'Enclume. We're on a bit of a foodie trip round the north west - Good Food Guide recommended places within a hour's drive of North Cheshire. Cartmel is just outside that so will have to wait. Spotted your location - tried to get in at the Arkle for a birthday meal next in a couple of weeks - but its shut till the autumn.

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Hi Harters,
What about Stay? its very local,great food, I think its abit special, and for location! well, its gotta be the best in the port!
wherever you pick, i hope you have a great night.
Can i be a bit nosey and ask what the occasion is? i'm like that, nosey
Jigs
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