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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 17-07-2008, 14:48
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Location: belfast, ireland
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Default dining experience 1st to 14th july - pt 1

hi all

just back and as promised, posts on eating out. as usual never fulfilled my planned "eating out guide", but had a ball all the same. pp is a wonderful place (not that anyone needs telling) and place hasn't changed that much since last year (apart from the extra tex mex on the pine walk - whats that all about??).

tolo's
wife had grilled chicken breast for mains and i had starter of grilled sardines, mains was stuffed chicken with prawns cheese and mushroom and of course the lovely bruchetta appetizers, kids had usual.

always enjoy tolos, service and food generally good and very reasonably priced. we ate here twice and on both occassions food was thoroughly enjoyed.

los zarzales
wife as above, i had starter of seafood stuffed peppers and mains suckling pig. kids had usual. 1 glass wine, water and coffee. wonderful setting in the garden, topped off with a guy playing jazz on a sax. as for the food, whilst this was the most expensive meal we had 100 euro inc tip, wife and kids enjoyed their food, the starter was fantastic and the quallity of the suckling pig was outstanding, only disappointed with the crackling (needed hammer and chisel to crack it!!) - overall a very enjoyable evening, most definately return and am even getting into jazz.,

o lume
wife as above, my eldest and i had fish crocquettes for starters, my main t-bone of the bone (jaime had to carry it on his shoulder it was that big) and eldest had pork loin chops. youngest had usual. kids had home made ice cream hastily followed by my wife ordering the same, jaime had a good laugh at that.

a fantastic restaurant and fantastic host (a complete gentleman). outstanding value for money. we were the 1st diners in but followed quickly by another table of 4 and 3 tables of two. lovely homemade choc's and a drink on the house also. wish i could have returned - the lamb chops looked delicious.

more to come

gary
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