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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 13-03-2013, 12:37
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Default The new Centric.

We went to this new restaurant last night with Pollensa and her hubby and were impressed. I must say i think the new decor is much nicer than the horrible pink it was painted before.

They do a selection of tapas and montaditos all at 2.75€ and you can have these for a starter if you want.
Starters range from 5€ - 9.10€, salads from 8.15€ - 9.20€, pastas and rices from 10.20€ - 12.50€, meats and fish from 9.10€ - 16.50€, desserts from 3.50€ - 4.50€. Childrens meals are from 5.10€ - 7.10€.

Between the 4 of us we had an amuse bouche, bread, a mix of tapas and montaditos for starters, Roasted Argentinian steak with chimichurri sauce and Oven cooked Mallorquin Lamb medallions in orange and honey sauce for mains, all served with roasted potatoes and wok vegetables. Only 2 had desserts of Tiramisu and tartlets (3) filled with dark, white chocolate and creme patissiere.
Everything was beautifully cooked and presented, the waiter/owner was very friendly and efficient, the chef came to our table to ask if everything was ok which i thought was a lovely touch and we had a chupito on the house.

Going by last nights experience i would recommend this new eatery .
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Good to know Sparky, might have to give it a try on the next visit.

Be interesting to hear other's experiences, particularly when PP gets busy throught the tourist season.
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Well there was another forum member there last night, hopefully she will post her opinion .
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There are a few photos here :- New Centric - a set on Flickr
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Yes I have to agree with Sparky. Lovely food and very friendly service too.

We had the Argentinian cut steak with chimichurri sauce. The steak was cooked perfectly. A nice bottle of 'house' Rioja tempranillo went very well with it. We also had desserts and were offered chupitos with our coffee and Roibos tea. In fact we ended up having a second chupito on the house too

The final bill came to 55 euros which we thought was very good value.

They are also running a nicely priced menu del dia too so might try that next time.
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You lot certainly know how to make our chops slaver.(cumbrian for dribble).
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There are a few photos here :- New Centric - a set on Flickr

I could almost eat those pictures never mind the actual food
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One thing i forgot to say was that there are no pizzas on the menu which i personally liked as everywhere seems to be doing them now .
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That looks good - the set menu sounds great too - will definitely be giving this place a try in April! My mind has gone blank - is this restaurant just off the main square?
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Just checking, is it still called Centric?
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That looks good - the set menu sounds great too - will definitely be giving this place a try in April! My mind has gone blank - is this restaurant just off the main square?
Yes Kate it's opposite Cafe Algar and next door to the Tabac shop .
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Just checking, is it still called Centric?
SWS, hubby asked yesterday and they said they haven't decided on a name yet .
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Hummn, strange, but I suppose smart move as most people know where it is is you say Centric!
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Maybe a double barrel name might be the way to go ~ bit like Tango Ca Vostra. Just gives a bit of history to what it once was, but everyone calls it by its first name!
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Do they still do the children's menu? This is one of our favourite places and my daughter loves the pizza's but I notice Sparky mentioned they don't do them anymore :-(
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