The Moais of Easter Island greet us at the chiringuito Vai Moana, which means 'blue sea' in the language of this Polynesian island. The Moai aesthetic is present throughout the décor, and the cocktail selection is generous: caipirinha, cosmopolitan, Mai Tai and sangría, of course. We're talking about beach bars, after all, and even if the chiringuito has grown up with the times, some classics must be maintained. Vai Moana is one of the few places to have a menu specifically designed for children with choices like macaroni or mini hamburgers, because Bogatell Beach is popular with families. This season, the menu has been updated to feature an 'Espinaler' (a brand of vermouth) platter with cockles, mussels, crisps and olives, in addition to cheese plates, 'patatas bravas' (potatoes with spicy sauce), shrimp cocktail and meat or fish done on the grill or baked, because at Vai Moana nothing is fried.