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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 18-09-2010, 10:52
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Default Rabbit stew

Friend of ours remembers having Rabbit stew many moons ago in Puerto Pollensa now returning if anyone knows of a restaurant in the Port or Pollensa that has this on the menu,
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Old 18-09-2010, 11:39
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Quite a few restaurants do rabbit and onions which you could describe as a stew - is that what you mean? It's delicious, much more flavoursome than chicken. I have had it at La Llonja in the Port and Bar Nou in the old town, amongst others. I would think most of the restaurants with traditional Mallorcan menus would have it - it tends to crop up quite a bit on lunchtime set menus.
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Old 18-09-2010, 16:08
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Its always been excellent at La Fortalesa .

Ashamed to say haven't been for ages , but always have it there.

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Totally agree BL - La fortalesa was superb this year as always (11 year old concurs as she has the taste buds in the family!) - however havent tried it anywhere else, but i wouldn't describe it as a stew? Thats one for the next visit then. Although you should try it again sooner rather than later as I dont think Martin will be staiyng for much longer. Good luck to him in his retirement, I hope whoever takes it over keeps it the same with chefs and all.

Gary

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Gary,

Yeah, accept it's more of a casserole but generically called be called stew.

Still yummy whatever you call it !!!

BonysLad
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