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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 19-07-2008, 08:18
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Default Restaurants near Llenaire?

Thanks for this BonysLad, arriving in PP tomorrow evening, have been visiting for 8 years with our 3 children, we have traditionally stayed in the Pine Walk at Sangrilla but this year are staying in Llenaire and are making a concerted effort to try new restaurants, will definately try this along with Olume/ El Posito, do you have any restaurant recommendationaround Llenaire? - 40 something
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You might like to try the Galeon Restaurant in Llenaire. We've always had great service and lovely food there. We tend to ring to book beforehand and then seem to get one of the tables with the best view. We've always asked the waiter for recommendations about the best wine to have with the meal and have always ended up with something to our liking and not too expensive either.
The Llenaire restaurant next door is good too - reasonably priced and friendly service. They were also more than happy to accommodate one of our group who was in a wheelchair.
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...and don't forget C'an Curassa ...it's quite simply the bees balls!
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Old 02-08-2008, 22:30
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Default Restaurants near Llenaire

Just back from PP and we were staying in Llenaire. I would recommend the Galeon - the rice soup was fabulous. Didnt need to book, plenty of tables. Also went to Tangos which is further along the road from the Galeon as you head towards Alcudia.

The Restaurant Llenaire appears to have sub-let some tables and so there are two restaurants there now. The other has a smaller menu and is a BBQ/Grill. Food was good and the service was very friendly.

Hope this helps.
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Old 02-08-2008, 23:23
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The 'newer' part - think it's called 'Suirell' -is being run by Pepe who owns Llenaire and his sun in law Davide (who has always worked there) is now in charge of running Restauarnt Llenaire. Think they are trying to use the space at the side of the restaurant that was prevoiusly not used.
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Old 03-08-2008, 21:49
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Default Restaurants near Llenaire

Thanks for the info star81! Pepe's idea is working well - that part of the restaurant was full on the evening we were there.
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Old 04-08-2008, 18:52
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couple of years back the MDD was great value in Restaurant Llenaire, but it was being more limited last year...anyone know when they run the MDD now (if they still do!)?
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Old 04-08-2008, 19:26
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I may be wrong but I thought all restaurants had to have a MDD, am sure if you ask they will have one.

We had a lovely paella at Rest Llenaire and it was delicious.
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