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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 16-08-2006, 07:08
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Default Ca N'Olesa, Pollensa Old Town

I know I keep banging on about this restaurant but it really is a great little place, in a brilliant location at the bottom of the steps in Pollensa's main square.

It gets very, very busy so we booked a table and strolled over at our agreed time, watched by several envious families who were waiting to be seated.

Ca N'Olesa is family friendly and the night we were there, the Tuesday before the Moors and Christians, the place was heaving.

We had a great meal with the children ordering huge pizzas. Our starters were Piementos de Padron and cheese, walnut and grape salad followed by Stiffado (beef stew with vegetables and potatoes) and oh...rabbit (again).

I pushed the boat out and chose a Son Bordils Syrah and we had desserts, the best of which was my chocolate cream with mascarpone which is better than...um, no better not say it .


The bill for the four of us with all the usual drinks, bread and olives was 106 euros. The young staff were great despite how busy it was and it was lovely to soak up the exciting atmosphere of the square and feel like we were really part of the festival.

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Old 18-08-2006, 02:09
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Jane we went to Ca N'Olesa for the first time last October on you recommendation and really enjoyed it. We returned in June with our friends who have been coming with us ,unbelievably ,for 7 years. I say that 'cos they were in the mindset that Mallorca is all English pubs and lager louts..after going to PP they now think differently!! Every year we like to take them somewhere new and Ca N'Olesa was it this year.

It is as you say a great litttle place with a real mix of food from delicious pizzas to some typical local dishes, and the location in the square is perfect ,especially if you have children who can't sit still for 5 minutes( now who does that remind me of Jane??!!) .
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