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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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Hi.

Anyone know of Restaurants open during November ?.
We arrive on the 8th for a week staying at the Illa D'or, but will want to dine out most lunch times and the odd diner, last year we had lunch a couple of times at Maxims but I believe they'll be closed by the time we arrive.
We'll be having lunch in Alcudia and Palma during our stay and probably a couple of times at Ca'n Costa during the Pollensa fair, but that still leaves 3 lunches and at least one evening.

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Carl, They start to get a bit thin on the ground by then. O'Lume will cetainly be open, if it was me i would look no further.
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Hi Carl

If the weather's warm you can't beat Stay, for lunch by the waters edge

For dinner Ca'n Costa is hard to beat, but Los Zarzales comes a close second. El temple (opposite El Casonet) in Pollensa also never fails to please and is great value for money...Traditional food with a modern twist, in a cosy taverna setting Fab!

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LOL@ Snowy!!! Did you make it to El Temple when you were there with your friends? I know you said you wanted to try it.

Going to Mr Greens with Bella...a most sophisticated restaurant, should be more suitable
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Absolutely fabulous darling! And as debs has the directions, we just cant go wrong - ha - watch this space!
But also want to try out El Temple and any other restaurant that appears cozy as the weather looks as if it will need helping out!
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So Bella, i might see you two driving around when i get there at the beginning of December then.
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Brisa Marina will be open...so too will Suttons & Can Picoteo
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Lol Sparky! We work it out eventually we have this weird telepathy sometimes - think the "tell as story" bit about witches may be connected on the tapas bar!
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LOL Bella, hope you two have a great time......where ever you end up.
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Debs we had lunch in El Temple it was very good, nice owner
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Ca'an Costa closes after the first week in November,asked when i was there last week.
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Hi All.

Thanks for your advice,must give O'lume a try, we've stood outside and pondered over the menu on a couple of occasions but never ventured in (maybe put off by the empty restaurant, but I know it's highly regarded and will give it a try this time).

El Temple sounds like our kind of place
("Traditional food with a modern twist").

Fingers crossed Ca'n Costa stays open for the La Fira w'end I'm sure they will, we had Sunday Lunch there last year during the fair and the place was heaving, must have turned at least a dozen or so people away, would love to try Mr Greens there sister restaurant but not sure how easy it would be to get to Sa Pobla via public transport.

Anyone know of a lovely place for lunch in Palma?, we dined at Fabrica23 on our last visit and really enjoyed it but looking for something more central this time ( Moira won't want to leave the shops for to long!!! ).

Fabrica 23 restaurant palma


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Anyone know of a lovely place for lunch in Palma?, we dined at Fabrica23 on our last visit and really enjoyed it but looking for something more central this time ( Moira won't want to leave the shops for to long!!! ).
Carl.
Have not tried any of these places but if you look at the website for this years Tapalma TAPALMA // IV fira internacional de tapes. & download the planol de Rutes (it is a large PDF), you get a map of all the places that were offering Tapas then so I think that would give you some interesting places to try. Something we've wanted to do haven't had the chance.

(We'll be there too for the weekend of the Pollensa fair in 2 weeks time).
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Hi Zelda

Thanks for the Tapas info, will keep an eye out for you at the fair, maybe Ca'n Costa for Sunday lunch perhaps?.

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