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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 12-08-2006, 02:49
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just returned from my first time in PP. The evening is definately what you go to PP for - loved the Pine Walk and the Church square. My 2 boys would take a football every night and after our meal would play football with the local children in the square whilst we had our coffee and deserts, or would sit looking at the sandcastles on pine walk. I thought I would write a little bit about our favourite places we ate at and what we ate:
Centric- Loved the suckling pig.
bar Brisas - You must try the majorcan style Cod - my favourite meal.
El casinet - Monkfish and seadfood cassoulet - (my 4\year old loved this - had to go back twice!)
El Mojito - Chicken Kebabs were out of this world!
Tiberi - We liked this because there wasn't any children meals - they could choose whatever they wanted off the menu and they would make a small portion. Great stirfrys.
Guru - Really different.
Tapas bar on Pine Walk next to childrens amusements - beautiful calamari and meatballs and the potatas bravas was perfect.
tongos - Great paellas and very reasonably priced.

Unfortunately we were only there 2 weeks and you would need a month to try all the restaurants!! My only grumble would be the childrens meals - my children don't eat chips (i Know very strange) but most of the restaurants were happy to give them salad or vegetables when I asked. Would definately go back to PP for the evenings - can't be beaten!!
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