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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 07-07-2008, 12:00
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Default Our Favourite Restaurants in Pollenca

We have been to Pollenca town on many occasions and our favourite Restaurants are ( in no particular order ) LaTaberna del Temple which we discovered last year - our flight was delayed and the owner accommodated us with a very late meal at 11.45 on a Saturday night when everywhere else was closed - the food was typically Mallorquian , the service was efficient and friedly and the price of the food and a bottle of Rioja was very reasonable - we returned on two further occasions .
We also found La Fonda to be consistenly good and again Mallorquian and for a more formal atmosphere Clivia has always been of a high standard.

For Italian flavour and al fresco dining we really like Il Giardino in the main square.
We are always looking forsomewhere else to try and have heard that Celler el Moli in Pollenca is typically Mallorquian.

We have located it on the map but have never been there.

We are arriving this weekend - Has anyone got any views on Celler el Moli
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Hi kezza66


Agree with you about El Temple ..we also discovered this little gem about 2 years ago, or at least my daughter did when she was working in Pollenca, and she told us we had to go!. It's been a firm favourite ever since...great tapas and the pork main course with a honey and curry sauce is divine.

We have been for Sunday lunch at Cellar el Moli and it was buzzing with local families...boy was it noisy!! Great place ...they had a set menu de dia of three courses with a choices of two starters and mains and as much wine as you wanted!!!. From memory it was about 9 euros per head (this was about two years ago so may now be more) We went in the winter on a very wet and windy day and it was a perfect cosy setting in an old mill. I'm not sure if they had an eating area outside so may be not be so suited to a hot July night, if you prefer eating al fresco


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Agree with you about El Temple ..we also discovered this little gem about 2 years ago, or at least my daughter did when she was working in Pollenca, and she told us we had to go!. It's been a firm favourite ever since...great tapas and the pork main course with a honey and curry sauce is divine.

We have been for Sunday lunch at Cellar el Moli and it was buzzing with local families...boy was it noisy!! Great place ...they had a set menu de dia of three courses with a choices of two starters and mains and as much wine as you wanted!!!. From memory it was about 9 euros per head (this was about two years ago so may now be more) We went in the winter on a very wet and windy day and it was a perfect cosy setting in an old mill. I'm not sure if they had an eating area outside so may be not be so suited to a hot July night, if you prefer eating al fresco


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Thanks Debs - that's really helpful.Being situated in an old Mill etc sounds great.

We do like to dine al fresco some of the time but not always.

At El temple I too had the Pork as my main course on one visit - It was exceptional.

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Kezza
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