The Royal Son Bou Family Club #2

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If you read our blog regularly (and we hope you do!) you will know that we were invited to The Royal Son Bou Family Club in Menorca in September, on an all inclusive weeks holiday.

As us Brits are starting to think about booking our holiday for next year, we want to share more of our holiday with you – to show you what a fantastic place this hotel is, and why it is perfect for families.

This post is all about the food. Please be warned – there are lots of photos that will make you very hungry!

We were lucky enough to have stayed all inclusive, the other option is half board. We have never stayed all inclusive before, so were very excited to see exactly what was included.

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Ok, to start with, there was breakfast in the two restaurants – La Basillica and Los Olivos. Our apartment was near La Basillica, so we did tend to eat here more. It has stunning views of the sea, and we felt was a little less formal than Los Olivos (although we did love it there too, and were always made to feel so welcome).

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Breakfast was a buffet style of hot and cold food, coffees, teas, juices, milk and hot chocolate. There was everything we could hope for including pastries, cereals, breads, sausages, bacon, eggs, mushrooms, meats and much more. There was also fresh fruit and yoghurt and a lovely lady made omelettes in front of us. Mummy and Lea loved these! They could choose their filling too.

Similar food and drink was available every morning in Los Olivos too.

Throughout the day there was (all included):

Ice Cream – including ice lollies, cones, magnum-type and cornetto type ice cream. (My favourite part!)

Soft drinks – branded Coca Cola, still and sparkling water, Sprite, Fanta.

Coffee including cappuccino, mocha, latte. (Making Mummy VERY happy!)

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Cocktails – alcohol and alcohol free. (Big bro and sis loved the Hookies!)

Wine – red, white or rose.

Beer

Sangria – with cava or red wine in jugs. Mummy LOVED this with her dinner.

Lunchtime at La Basillica saw hot snacks such as hot dogs and toasted sandwiches, or in Los Olivos we could sit down for a hot meal, with food similar to the evening meal.

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Dinner Time was from 6pm or 6.30pm and was incredible. Again, we loved La Basiilica and watching the sunset over the sea, but the views in Los Olivos were beautiful too.

Every evening there was a Pasta Show in La Basillica, where a chef cooked fresh pasta in front of us as we queued to choose our pasta sauce and to add a choice of meat, vegetables, spices from a wide selection.

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Every lunch and dinner offered a wide range of fresh meat and fish – with many cooked to order in front of us. Pizza, many different pasta dishes, a great selection of vegetables and potatoes, a range of breads and much more was available at every sitting. There were also lots of yummy deserts, cakes and different flavour ice cream.

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Children are specially catered for, with plastic bowls, plates and cutlery in both restaurants, positioned on lower level shelves so I could reach them. Los Olivos has a separate lower food server with foods such as chips, fish, burgers, vegetables and older children could help themselves. Next to this was more plastic cutlery and plates for us.

There is also clear information displayed about ingredients for people who have any allergies.

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Mummy used to think that all inclusive food meant the same dishes served every day, and that it would maybe get a little boring. This is absolutely NOT the case at The Royal Son Bou Family Club – every day / evening saw many different dishes alongside familiar favourites.

We could share so many photos with you showing you more of the restaurants and food, but we hope you get the idea. It was faultless. The staff, the facilities for children – there is even a free play area crèche next to Los Olivos where Mummy could leave me to play in the safe hands of the lovely staff there, whilst she enjoyed her dinner in peace!

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All inclusive at The Royal Son Bou Family Club means just that. We couldn’t believe what was included, it kept us all happy all day and we highly recommend it.

If you are starting to think about your family holiday next year, you could stay nowhere better than this hotel.

Why Menorca? See our post which will convince you here.

Need any more reasons to stay at this fantastic hotel? See our previous posts sharing an over view here, and all about our apartment here. We still have to share with you the general facilities and complex too! It is THAT good, we need a few posts to show you!

What do you think of the food offered at The Royal Son Bou Family Club?

Visit the website for the latest prices, availability and special offers. The Royal Son Bou Family Club are on Facebook and Twitter too.

We were guests of The Royal Son Bou Family Club in exchange for our honest review. All photos and words are ours :)

22 Comments

  1. Wow, looks lovely there. The food looks to die for!

  2. Looks really lovely and the food looks lovely too, so many times you go on all inclusive and the food is awful. So nice to get an honest review.
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  3. I love that it was a buffet selection meaning that you can have a bit of everything. I like tje sound of having food made in front of you and watching the sunset go over the sea too!
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  4. Wow what a lovely place with so much to do and so much variety in food.
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  5. You are right, that food looks so yummy and definitely made me feel hungry! Great photos, it looks like a fab holiday with a great variety of delicious food x
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  6. This looks like a lovely place. I used to work in Menorca and the whole island is beautiful. I would l9ve to go back.
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  7. The food does look amazing. We are big fans of buffet food on holiday as my son loves to pick his own.
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  8. I think all inclusive when you have a family is a brilliant idea, this place looks amazing as well and I love the variety os food they have on offer!
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  9. The food choices sound absolutely amazing, not to mention how tasty it looks x
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  10. I so need a holiday – the food looks amazing!
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  11. The food looks incredible. I love the sound of this place, and would definitely consider going after seeing all your posts about it
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  12. Loving the food especially the cocktails. I bet you had fun.
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  13. Oh my word! I’ve only recently come across your blog so I had no idea you’d done this in September. That food looks stunning and I’m off to read all about the rest of your holiday. How fabulous!x
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  14. Now I’m hungry!! I’m glad you had a great time there and the food looks amazing!
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  15. This looks like such a lovely place to visit. I’ve never been to Menorca before but I’d love to go xxx

  16. Wow, I’m reading your post right before lunchtime and boy does it make me hungry. The selection of foods seems huge and the pasta show sounds great.
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  17. That looks like great food. I always worry that it will be catered to the masses English food, but we like to eat locally and traditional faure and that looks perfect
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  18. It looks lovely and great that it’s all very clear with regard to allergies etc which would be really useful for us.

  19. This looks like a great place to stay in Menorca and the food looks delicious. Well done on getting a free holiday!
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  20. The food here looks amazing – I’m starting to think about next year now so I’ll definitely bear this in mind x
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  21. It looks delicious! I have had bad experiences with all inclusive but if it is good it is so worth it! x
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  22. Wow! Lucky you for being invited to such a wonderful holiday. I hope you all enjoyed your stay. The food looks delicious and now I am hungry in the middle of the night.

    Nadine x
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