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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 22-09-2008, 10:47
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Default Whaleys experiences....

Just about caught up now and back in the old (boring) routine - missing PP sooooo...... much, roll on November (not long to wait).

We are fortunate enough to be able to visit PP quite often but when we do go we don't always eat out, these are our experiences on the occasions that we did.

Tango - 1st visit - well impressed - situation, quality and value for money excellent.

Trio - One of our favourites and always ensure that we have at least one meal here during our stay - environment, service, quality and value for money all excellent.

Brisa Marina - 1st visit - would recommend this restaurant, we found the quality, service and value for money superb. The position excellent, sitting on the front on a warm evening as the sun goes down, eating a perfect meal - recommend the 'john dory',

Simbads - OK but nothing special and charge double for 2 people eating the bread and olives 3.60€ (1.80 per portion).

A-lFresco - Excellent take away near the pine walk - good portions, freshly cooked and healthy options. Chicken and chips and Mediterranean pasta sitting on a bench on the beach.

Mollies - Nice lunch time snack - good service, freshly prepared food, good atmosphere, friendly - would recommend.

Marinas (Cala San Vicente) - Always eat here when we visit CSV - good value, no frills food, well presented, value for money, excellent elevated position.

Cafeteria on the front (Formentor) (Don't know the name) - See separate thread, 'Formentor'.

Wanted to try Casa Isabell but didn't get the opportunity, will try this next time.

None of these restaurants were excessively expensive, you can eat out without it breaking the bank if you do your research.
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Old 22-09-2008, 11:12
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Thanks for that Whaley, we really are going to have to visit the new Tango next month and Trio as well.
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