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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 31-07-2007, 17:04
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Default Comments/Suggestions for the Restaurant Reference post.

Please post all comments and suggestions for the Restaurant Reference topic here!

If there are any eateries that you think should be included or you have questions, let us know here. Are there any other FAQ's you think should be in there? This will then help us all plan a great holiday in PP.

We can update the post as and when necessary - for instance if a new restaurant opens or if one closes.

All comments and suggestions are welcome!

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Posted by: snowy2007 (31/7/07 5:20)

Jane great idea well done top drawer

Posted by: mark1875 (31/7/07 5:31)
Excellent work, going next week, I could sit and read this for hours!
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Great idea Jane, well done

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Thanks Snowy, Mark and Debs!!

'Twas a labour of love...don't forget I'm out in 2 and a half weeks!!!!

And I have some ideas for new places to eat! Namely El Molino, Ca'n Ferrar and Restaurant Siller...

Can't wait!

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Jane, I am there with my gang 9 to 19th, what are your dates?
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Jane your 2 (and hubby) will love the steaks at Siller.

Bibs provided in all colours to match your outfits..you'll need them :b

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Mark,

We are in PP 18 August to 1 September so it looks like we overlap by one day... maybe if we'd been out at the same time we could have met up for a drink!

Debs, I will definitely need a bib! And hubby is always up for a steak - makes a change from rabbit or duck!

See you soon,

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Bibs in Bar Siller

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Pity Jane, still, you can look forward to the end of my holiday with some relish!!! :lol
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Have been many times, years ago, but i must say even back then it was expensive. Yes it was good but had faults. Those who venture will enjoy, but be aware your wallet will be a lot lighter when you leave. There's better retaurants for around at half the price.
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I'm currently updating the Restaurant Reference thread so if anyone takes a look and sees a few gaps, I'm onto it!!!

I've added some more FAQ's...

Best place for a romantic meal or special night out?

Bars/restaurants with Live Music?

Bars with live sport coverage?

If anyone has any other suggestions or thinks I've left anything out, please send me a message by tomorrow evening when the thread will be locked again!

Please don't post to the thread itself - all comments etc can be posted here!

Thanks very much!

Jane
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Hi Jane

What a brilliant job. Really well done. I tried quite a few places that were new to me during my visits to PP this year, thanks to many of the reviews and recommendations in the Eating and Drinking Out section. Reading your updated Restaurant Reference Thread has already set me thinking for next year. It's really easy to use and FAQ's are so useful.

Thanks again. LK.
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Thank you!

I still need to do a few updates so if anyone wants me to include places or FAQ's, please let me know. It should be finished by tonight.

Jane
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I think I'm finished (took me a little longer than I anticipated!), but if anyone would like me to add restaurants, etc, please let me know.

I'd love to hear any recent reviews of Il Giardino, Ca'n Pacienci, Restaurant Siller, Trencadora, Cantonet, Los Zarzales and Ca'n Cuarassa.

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I'm currently updating the Restaurant reference thread so if you see anything strange, it's just me!

Because it was so big (it ran to 15 Microsoft word pages!) I have had to cut it into three sections to edit it. As you can see I have put the restaurants into two sections - those in PP and those in the old town and CSV. The frequently asked questions are in the third section.

I have had to update the links from EZboard to the new forum so please bear with me as I work my way through the thread.

PLEASE DO NOT REPLY TO ANY OF THE RESTAURANT REFERENCE THREADS!

If you want me to add restaurants or FAQs then please use THIS thread.

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