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We're off to Puerto Pollensa for the first time in a couple of weeks. We like to eat where the locals go so if anyone can recommend some places that would be great, especially for tapas.

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11. Re: Tapas

Tumbet = potatoes, tomatoes, red or green peppers, aubergines, garlic (lots of), laurel leaf, sugar, salt, black pepper, olive oil. Delicious.

Trampó = green peppers, tomatoes, onion, olive oil, salt. Sometimes with tuna too. I love it!.

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Thanks dani.I had no idea how many ingredients went into tumbet.

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hi all I'm also going there for the first time this weekend - we are staying in puerto pollensa - can anyone tell the exact location of Neptune resturaunt, ie street name - I'm trying to locate it in relation to our apartments! and any other good food tips welcome - we love to try the local tastes!

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14. Re: Tapas

Hi travelcrazy - Neptune's location - look for Hotel Daina on the front not far from the marina roundabout - and the Neptune is the small place on the road (Calle Formentor) immediately behind the Daina, about 25 yds to the left of Daina.

For local-speciality evening meals try La Fortaleza. It's about 200 yds from Neptune on that same road but in the other direction. I recommend cod in roasted red peppers and pork loin wrapped in cabbage leaves. And the pears poached in red wine are great for desert.

And for tapas - avoid - the obvious place called Tapas y Punto (not as good as other places and can be very expensive for what is provided) located on the front near the Miramar.

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15. Re: Tapas

Other good local restaurants (but not for tapas) are:

El Posito in the port, Llebeig 8 (behind the square).

Eu Centro, c/Temple, 3, in the old town.

Cantonet, C/Monti Sion, 20, in the old town. More up-market, but excellent.

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16. Re: Tapas

Just to let you all know that I tried "trampó" with orange juice over it, as a dressing a few days ago, and my, how delicious!!!. A modern twist on a classic Majorcan recipe!.

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