Can Maño is a hole-in-the-wall neighbourhood joint, where you will find groups of older gentlemen in the morning sharing dishes of sardines and drinking straight out of a traditional wine pitcher, which is known as a porron. It’s been around for close to 17 years and you can tell when you step inside, as it has had a real old school community vibe. The staff here are super friendly and although they don’t speak the best English, are extremely attentive and make you feel at home. Most dishes are seafood-based, and you can even see the fresh fish coming in through the doors while you’re waiting. I’d recommend trying the fried eggplant, razor clam and prawns. A last of a dying breed, unfortunately.