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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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We're coming over to PP towards the end of April, and on the Sunday hope to spend a couple of hours at the Market and the Wine Festival, (26 April?), followed by Sunday Lunch. There's not many places in the Port we haven't tried, but are not quite so familiar with Pollensa Town. Not looking for a Ca'n Costa/Clivia/La Font del Gall, more something like Celler el Moli, that Bonyslad wrote about a couple of months back.

In fact this appears perfect! I just wondered if any of you had any recommendations for (what seems to be ) any other similar cheap and cheerful type establishments which are popular with the locals. One other question, if it is to be Celler el Moli, going from Bonyslad's review, would it be advisable to book first, as it sounds as if the place gets very busy?

Any suggestions gratefully received.

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yes moli is good.. not big portions but great, advisable to book for a sunday..when i was over last week did notice font da gal also does menu of the day on a sunday
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El Temple opposite El Cantonet is very good
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I agree with debz1 about El Temple.
Moli also very good.
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We're coming over to PP towards the end of April, and on the Sunday hope to spend a couple of hours at the Market and the Wine Festival, (26 April?), followed by Sunday Lunch. There's not many places in the Port we haven't tried, but are not quite so familiar with Pollensa Town. Not looking for a Ca'n Costa/Clivia/La Font del Gall, more something like Celler el Moli, that Bonyslad wrote about a couple of months back.

In fact this appears perfect! I just wondered if any of you had any recommendations for (what seems to be ) any other similar cheap and cheerful type establishments which are popular with the locals. One other question, if it is to be Celler el Moli, going from Bonyslad's review, would it be advisable to book first, as it sounds as if the place gets very busy?

Any suggestions gratefully received.
Popular with the locals is Alhambra bar by the Font de gall, does't do a menu but it's where the locals go for their tapas on a Sunday. If not, what about Eu centro by the church
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You should try La Placeta which is the restaurant at the Hotel son Sant Jordi. They do an excellent lunch on Sundays , with very good live jazz.
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