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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 04-08-2012, 14:31
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We are visiting PP in a couple of weeks, having finally found accommodation!

Just wondering which are the best child friendly restaurants? We do like good food, but if the children are not happy (we have a 3 year old who doesn't sit for long and an 8 year old), then it spoils the experience!

(We are staying at the Leo apartments).

Thank you in advance and we will certainly report back on our return.
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All restaurants are child friendly and offer kids meals for a set price and are normally reasonable.

If you go to the Square then you can finish your meal whilst the kids play nearby
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esp Little Italy, where the kids can play on the adjacent beach ( but you'll need to book)
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Hi, In my experience, I would say you would have a job to find one that was not child friendly.
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Great. Thanks for the responses. I especially like the idea of the children having somewhere to play whilst we finish eating! Happy children equals happy parents!
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Exactly! We've enjoyed the Port for years and the bars and restaurants have looked after
children beautifully. Children are positively welcomed. However, if you are down near the "pines" walk make sure they don't get caught short! Sorry if this sounds cryptic but other readers of a now removed thread will know what I mean! Come on team GB!
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Exactly! We've enjoyed the Port for years and the bars and restaurants have looked after
children beautifully. Children are positively welcomed. However, if you are down near the "pines" walk make sure they don't get caught short! Sorry if this sounds cryptic but other readers of a now removed thread will know what I mean! Come on team GB!
I am afraid you are wrong there Endhouse, the thread has not been removed, some posts were deleted because they contained potentially defamatory comments but the original post and some replies can still be read here :- http://www.forum.puertopollensa.com/...4-p-not-p.html
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I stand corrected Sparky. Many thanks. I think I was referring to the fact that the most recent, and possibly pertinent, posts were no longer on page 1 of the bars and restaurants section. Many forum watchers won't search back and hence might miss valuable information and opinions. However, if the most recent posts were "questionnable" I understand why they needed to be deleted. However from experience I tend to believe there may well have been some validity in their opinions.
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Sorry Sparky, but my post, which appears to be one of those removed, was totally based on previous experiences in said 'Pines Walk' establishment. Apologies if it wasn't palatable, but it offered a balanced viewpoint and an opportunity to reply for the owners. Viva freedom of speech!
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endhouse, garoda i believe it was my post that was viewed as being potentially defamatory therefore removed, i received a pm from the moderators of this forum to explain the reasons as to why which i am perfectly happy with, it appears someone may have taken offence and complained which i can accept due to the nature of my comments i was rather apprehensive about posting it in the 1st place, matter closed as far as i'm concerned
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.......................We are staying at the Leo apartments..............
Hi JTN, just to get back on topic....(seeking browny points for once).....the Leo apartments are in Gommar(Gotmar) and are about 20mins walk to the square or the beach, so you will need to take this into consideration when planning your evenings.

Nearest restaurants and bars to the Leo are The Hideaway, Aries and the White Rose (Rosa Blanca) towards the main road. Going towards the beech you will come across Ikebana, Sparrow, Panorama Beach, Golden Lion, all opposite the Pollensa Park Hotel.

Further towards the beach you will find Palms, Bon Dia and El Ancla, Tamarells and an Italian (cannot remember the name). Continuing into town along the coast is Tolos and a whole host of places.

I am sure you will be able to find reviews of most of these on this site.

The square and along the Pine Walk may be a little far for little legs so you need to take this into consideration.

I am sure you will find nice places and have a good time....Enjoy
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