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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 09-06-2011, 20:41
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Hi. Does anyone know if any of the restaurants in PP area have kid on the menu. My son and his partner had it in Can Andreu (closed now I believe) a few years ago but I don't remember seeing it anywhere else.

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My husband had kid in Eu Centro in Pollensa town a few years back. We haven't been since 2008 so not sure if it's still on the menu.

I've just found my original review from 2007 (doesn't time fly) so maybe someone local may be able to help as it was a fair while ago!

http://www.forum.puertopollensa.com/...-old-town.html

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Thanks for that JHO2JLH.
Have read your review. We are staying in Pollensa town in July so will check out Eu Centro. Sounds like you caught them on a bad night.
First time staying in the town so looking forward to trying some of the restaurants we've read about on the forum.
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Hi most of the restaurants (if not all) have childrens menu or smaller portions, all you have to do is ask if you dont see advertised on boards outside
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Gary, they don't want to feed a kid they want to eat one!
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LOL

Reminds me of the old joke 'Do you like kids?' ....'Yeah but I couldn't eat a whole one'
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its ok simply, we are laughing with you not at you
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Maursey,
i am sure Can Torrens sometimes have it on their MDD, in Spanish it is called "Cabrito", we had it many years ago in a typically Mallorcan restaurant way off the beaten track near Soller and they called it "Xot" (pronounced chot), they fuelled their oven and BBQ with almond shells which gave a very different flavour to the food.
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We have five of our own(children that is) mmm a different sauce with each one methinks.
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Thanks Sparky. Will try Can Torrens too.
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I'm sure I saw Kid on the menu at Trencadora in Pollenša, but it might have been a special for the day.
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gary, they don't want to feed a kid they want to eat one!
lmao :d:d:d:d:d:d:d:d:d
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Celler El Moli has kid on its evening menu, a speciality of the house.
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Celler El Moli has kid on its evening menu, a speciality of the house.
Great restaurant Andrew, never been of an evening though.
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