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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 06-08-2006, 01:43
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Default Breakfast at Tiffanys (well Mollies actually)

I have done a post on this place before, but I have to say that we've made this place our Saturday brunch place every week now.
I admit, I'm hooked on their Full English (I know I've slated those who ask about this in the past...apologies all round)
The perfect fried egg is not easy to do, but they mange it every time, and where as Tots, just along from it stands empty with the waiter loitering outside, Mollies is packed.
To continue with the Audrey Hepburn, George Peppard connection, the waitresses are real diamonds!!
Give it a try, you'll love it
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MB,

Totally agree. we eat there often (not as much as I would like!). Superb breakfast, and, Earl Grey tea as well.

and not a haggis in sight.

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Jimbo
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Old 08-08-2006, 02:54
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Jimbo!!!!!!!

Earl Grey tea?..

With a full English breakfast


Hmm


I think that hat of yours has a lot to answer for.

Lol.

Its gone to your head man!...

Mark...
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Old 13-08-2006, 20:40
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I can only second Mallorcaboy's comments on Mollie's breakfasts!

I'm sure it was a bit of a shock for him when I turned up with my family and we'd arranged to meet Timberman and his wife for breakfast there too!

But Mallorcaboy took it all in his stride and it was great to meet him and his family again (despite getting our breakfasts before him...sorry )

:rollin

The breakfast was great, though. Beautifully cooked with thick bacon, perfect fried egg and fried bread with HP sauce!

We'd been to Restaurant Llenaire a couple of times during the week when we'd run out of breakfast food at the villa, but Mollies was much the better of the two.

And the staff were great. Highly recommended!

Jane
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Turned out to be a miniature forum get together.

Very nice breakfast as Jane described and excellent value for money.
Went again the following Saturday when my 2 sons arrived sadly they had run out of black pudding.
Makes a nice change to have a couple of breakfasts out, over 2 weeks

Timberman
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Old 27-08-2006, 05:00
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can someone give me the location of mollies please? info needed for son who may be in pp soon and does like a full english ( sorry jimbo) breakfast
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Old 27-08-2006, 05:24
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Hi Bee

From the roundabout at the port take the main road back towards Caprabo, take first left then right, virtually opposite Tots restaurant or from the opposite direction turn down alongside Montenegro restaurant.

Hope all that makes sense.

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Timberman
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Old 27-08-2006, 13:11
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many thanks timberman
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