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Events & Fiestas in Pollensa and Majorca Do you know of any forthcoming events or fiestas? Have you visited any? Let us know.

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Old 06-01-2014, 20:01
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Default Burn's Night at Nostalgia.

On Burn's Night, Nostalgia will be serving a 3 course meal for 16.95€ pp.

Cock-a-leekie Soup

Haggis, Neeps and Tatties

Cranachan Cheesecake

All homemade (even the Haggis!) and freshly prepared by renowned chef Kenny from Glasgow.

For bookings ring 971 866 233 from 6.30pm to midnight.
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Happy New Year to everyone. Wish we had been able to get to P.P for Christmas, NYE, Three Kings, Burns night and St. Antoni and the rest of the year! We will have to wait until 28th June unfortunately, unless we win the Lottery before then.
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For those who may not know....Burns Night is on Saturday 25th January and Michaela says there will be a wee dram of whisky on the house for all diners .
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All homemade (even the Haggis!) and freshly prepared by renowned chef Kenny from Glasgow
no he's not he is from a small backwater called motherwell where us city dwellers go out shooting haggis during the season
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Lol Gers!!! , Michaela has read your post and asked me to send you this reply :-

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Ah the "HAGGIS SCOTICUS". By the way, Colin's dad was actually named Mac Sweeney and they are a company that makes haggis in Scotland .
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lol macsweenys certainly do make a nice haggis, you still need to go out and catch one first though
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Catching one is so difficult when they run round and round the hills with their 2 short legs (on one side) and 2 longer legs (on the other). This helps them to balance
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LOL !! i think these will have been training on the Puig Maria .
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Yes and you are only able to catch them when they have to stop to turn and go round the other way.....very difficult it is too I'm sure Kenny will have the knack of catching them....he's Scottish
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no he's not he is from a small backwater called motherwell where us city dwellers go out shooting haggis during the season
is that between your trips to forfar stenhousemuir and brechin..?
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is that between your trips to forfar stenhousemuir and brechin..?
no motherwell keeps me busy repairing seating
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We had a fantastic evening in Nostalgia, the event was fully booked. The atmosphere was lovely and the food cooked by Kenny was absolutely delicious, service from Michaela, Lee and Maureen was second to none and as always Colin did his bit with the music and his troosers!!!. Carol Kidd was there and got up to sing a few times, so glad we went and a big thank you to everyone for making it a memorable night. Here are a few photos :-


Colin's troosers!!!!. by lyn.sparkes, on Flickr


The haggis. by lyn.sparkes, on Flickr


Haggis, neeps and tatties. by lyn.sparkes, on Flickr


Carol Kidd. by lyn.sparkes, on Flickr


Carol Kidd. by lyn.sparkes, on Flickr
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Wish we could have been there ! Looks like everyone was having a good time. Love the "troosers" Colin !
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Looks great!! Sorry we missed it! Must try harder next year!! Best Wishes to Colin, Michaela & Lee.....hope Michaela's wrist is better too!!
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crackin' breeks
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