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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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Actually, Pollensafan, I was thinking that this would be the perfect job for me!!!!!
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Actually, Pollensafan, I was thinking that this would be the perfect job for me!!!!!
Can one trust the culinary views of a member with a restaurant as part of their user name

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I just assumed he had spray tans regularly
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Sparky, I'm getting a little worried about all this gastronomic detective work you undertake. You need to slow down a bit as I don't want it to take its toll on you.
What you need is someone you can deputise to remove this burden from you.
I just happen to know the very person to fill the gap ( And the one in his stomach)

ME !!
Pollensafan, i really don't think you need to worry as i am made of strong stuff, eating and drinking my particular strengths .
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Actually, Pollensafan, I was thinking that this would be the perfect job for me!!!!!
Eh, excuse me. I'm first. Form an orderly queue
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Pollensafan, i really don't think you need to worry as i am made of strong stuff, eating and drinking my particular strengths .

Well of course, I would never have inferred anything different. However, even Usain Bolt can't perform at top level all the time. I'll just sit in the shadows ready to step in at a moments notice. I'm very cheap you know ( So Mrs P say's) Not sure if that's a compliment or not
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Well of course, I would never have inferred anything different. However, even Usain Bolt can't perform at top level all the time. I'll just sit in the shadows ready to step in at a moments notice. I'm very cheap you know ( So Mrs P say's) Not sure if that's a compliment or not
You will be my first port of call should i have an off day my friend .
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You will be my first port of call should i have an off day my friend .
That's done it, blushing red as a beetroot I am.
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I was told the other day that Al Fresco is closing down in a week or so shortly after just opening for the season
I can assure that this is not true, Louisa is looking forward to a very busy summer .
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Have to agree with Sparky here, don't know where that nonsense came from. Spoke to Louisa personally yesterday, who assures me she's going nowhere!
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Have to agree with Sparky here, don't know where that nonsense came from. Spoke to Louisa personally yesterday, who assures me she's going nowhere!
Yes Pinewalker, i find it best to take local gossip with a very large pinch of salt
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Casa Isabel has re-opened .
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oops it came from the old guy from pepes bar just along the road. he does seem a bit of a story teller . he said the chef told him. gossip gossip . but I can confirm El Ancla is definitely closed
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Ah yes but is opened round the corner as Sol y Mar.
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Just to add.We have enjoyed great Paellas from Al Fresco but I think you need to order couple hours notice. After a long day doing very little I can collect as we are only a few yards away but a couple of times they have delivered to us at the marina to eat on the boat. Piping hot and covered and all you need to do is take the dish back in the morning. Mmmmm I'm starting to dream!
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