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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 05-07-2011, 18:57
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Thumbs up TheFussies return to el Posito

El Posito is one of those places that was a confirmed Fussie favourite for a number of years, fell out of favour due to Toni trying to be too helpful. Then all of a sudden where do we go for our last meal this year? After due deliberation with Mrs Fussie and FussieFriends, Mr Fussie was despatched to make a booking. Unfortunately it was booked for a local football team event best that could be offered was a table in the street, more actually on the road. No matter it would do. After all it was a hot muggy night.

Duly arrived at the allotted time ordering chicken croquettes, soup of the day, el Posito salad for starters 3 different cod dishes and a chicken in pepper sauce. With water, wine (albarino) bread etc total cost 95.98 euros. Based on the quality of the food and good service I’m sure we will be back during our next stay in PP. The fact we ate in the street did not bother any of the party. As for the football team they arrived about 45-60 minutes late.

Met Sparky (yes holding up the bar) and a couple of Scottish girls (also eating in the street), all in all a good night out

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Old 06-07-2011, 11:26
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Hi Fussies, it was certainly a very busy night and trust the locals to be on Mallorcan time (ie:-running late ) but really enjoyed meeting you all. In the end the bar was definitely holding me up , Chris told me they closed up at around 2.30am .
Have thoroughly enjoyed reading all your reviews, thank you .
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