You will find the restaurant Mariscco Reial (previously Taxidermista) right in the heart of the Gothic Quarter, in Plaza Real, in a Renaissance building dating back to 1850. It was once home to the Gran Café Español and later the Pedagogical Museum of Natural Sciences and taxidermy workshop, a place frequented by notable characters in the world art and culture such as Joan Miro, Ava Gardner and Salvador Dali. This is where he once commissioned the dissection of a rhino.
Respecting the original architecture, MariscCo Reial offers the option of eating in a large indoor space with high ceilings and eclectic decoration. A large open-air terrace is available overlooking the Plaza Reial, which is open all year round and offers a cosmopolitan ambience. Fresh and top quality ingredients stand out in its Mediterranean cuisine. Their specialties include lobster risotto or crayfish risotto, cooked to perfection. The climatized wine cabinet allows you to choose from a wide selection of wines.