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"We visited here twice on a recent holiday in Sineu. The place is very traditional, with two old ladies doing the cooking and nice old decor. The menu is pretty big and the two guys running the place were really friendly. They don't seem to speak English but did their best to help us (they do spea..."k some German).
We ordered the hors d'oeuvres to share as a starter, which was a selection of cured meats, cheese and potato salad - delicious! I then had the pork schnitzel and my husband had meatballs. Yes they don't come with any kind of fancy garnish (literally schnitzel and potatoes, or meatballs, gravy and potatoes) but honestly they tasted good. We washed it down with a bottle of Vina Sol, some bread, garlic mayo and some olives. We then shared a slice of some kind of baked cheesecake, which they covered in jam! We had pretty much the same the second trip, but my husband swapped meatballs for a traditional Majorcan pork dish.
Not fine dining by any standards, more go-to-y...
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"We needed to get out of the heat and to find somewhere for a late lunch. But this was Sineu. The narrow street was full of eager shoppers picking up cheap jewelry and scarves from the busy street market. People everywhere. The one or two street restaurants we passed climbing up from the car parked i..."n the street below were full of tourists and some locals, soaking up the late midday sun, so we walked on. Hidden in the plain wall of a house in the narrow main street was a doorway, and on the door a small sign indicating there might be a restaurant. Shall we try this, I said to my wife. Behind the door was a cavernous black hole with little or no warning that we had to clamber down a steep staircase into the former wine cellar below.
But once our eyes had become used to the dark interior, we were met by a glorious sight: the walls were covered in huge old wine casks, several metres high, and the counter was tucked into one corner, manned by a smiling old gentleman who welcomed us and i...
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