Maresco is a Spanish seafood restaurant with a strong Scottish accent. If you’re able to speak a bit of Spanish then the clue is in the name (mar means ‘sea’ and escocia means ‘Scotland’), with the linguistic fusion pointing to the wider idea: they take Scotland’s finest traditional seafood, and use it to make Spain’s finest traditional recipes. It’s all in Spain’s hands when it comes to Maresco’s drinks selection too, with wines picked from lesser-known regions, mostly of the low intervention kind, and those of which the owners have taken a liking to on their travels.
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