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Ca'n Eduardo information
What better place to sample fish than here, right above the fish market? With its bright, contemporary decor and picture windows overlooking the fishing port, Ca'n Eduardo has been in business since the 1940s. Black-vested waiters serve up grilled fish and seafood and some fantastic rice dishes (minimum of two) – the arroz bogavante (lobster rice) is a favourite.