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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 04-09-2007, 23:55
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Default L'Aup...first evening.

It was our first night in Mallorca and the unanimous decision was to go to L’Aup for dinner after a relaxing drink at the Café Espanyol in Pollensa square. As it was literally minutes from our villa it seemed the right thing to do even though we hadn’t booked.

However, on driving into the restaurant we were dismayed to find the car park full, but luckily we were shown to a table and settled down to study the menu which hadn’t changed since last year. The children went off to play while hubby and I decided what to eat, which wasn’t difficult. Choosing to plunge straight into the main course, we munched on bread and pate whilst waiting for our suckling pig and lamb stuffed with dates.

The restaurant was busy with several tables of large groups and the singer, who resembled Kenny Rogers, was busy crooning some classic Spanish numbers. Overhead the stars twinkled and tiny kittens crept in and out of the shadows at our feet. It felt good to sit back, relax and treasure our first night under a Mallorcan sky.

The children ate their spaghetti and chicken and then disappeared back off to play, leaving us to eat our main courses in peace! My lamb was very good – tender meat stuffed with sticky dates in a delicious sauce. It came accompanied by Lorraine potatoes (layered spuds with cheese and cream) and vegetables. Hubby was slightly disappointed with his suckling pig, saying the skin was dry and chewy but the meat itself was cooked well.

We finished the evening with an ice-cream dessert smothered in fruit and black and white chocolate mousse.

The service was quick and efficient but rather impersonal (our favourite waiter was busy with another section of the restaurant) and the bill for four with drinks came to 87 euros.

Jane
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