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Wednesday, 10 December 2014

Nathan Outlaw is to open a new restaurant in Port Isaac.

Nathan Outlaw has bought The Edge, at the top of the village, with sea views across the bay.


If you can't make it to the restaurant you could always get a copy of Nathan's eponymous fish cook book and dazzle your family and friends at home!
The restaurant is a favourite with actor Martin Clunes, star of television's Doc Martin. Now Mr Outlaw's two-Michelin-starred restaurant at the St Enodoc Hotel, Rock, is moving to the new premises. Outlaw's at the St Enodoc Hotel will remain open, with head chef Tom Brown and restaurant manager Daniel Southern and their team continuing to serve a seasonal menu under Nathan's direction.

Mr Outlaw said, "We've had a fantastic five-season run at St Enodoc Hotel and I'm sure Outlaw's will continue to flourish in Rock but for our two-Michelin-starred Restaurant Nathan Outlaw it felt right to look for larger premises to grow the business. The Edge building became available at just the right time so we snapped it up. It's the perfect place. "Also Port Isaac, with its rich fishing heritage, is the ideal location for us to open a restaurant specialising in fish and seafood. Our guests will be able to see the fishermen working and then come and dine on their catch. "I hope too that the local community will view our new restaurant as an asset to the village and support us as they have Outlaw's Fish Kitchen."

Following refurbishment over the winter, the new Restaurant Nathan Outlaw in Port Isaac will open in the early spring.

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