Restaurant Nathan Outlaw

Restaurant Nathan Outlaw


0.5 miles
6 New Road, Port Isaac, PL29 3SB


 Situated at the top of the village of Port Isaac with panoramic coastal views, Restaurant Nathan Outlaw is the only eatery in Cornwall to hold two Michelin stars. Here, chef-owner Nathan Outlaw specialises in modern British seafood cookery, relying heavily on Cornish seafood and local produce. 

Head chef Chris Simpson cooks a delectable seafood tasting menu, enthralling a relaxed and welcoming dining room (for a maximum of 24 diners) four nights and two afternoons a week. The kitchen prepares quality ingredients with precision, and diners are taken on a journey exploring different flavours, textures and cooking methods, with seafood as the shining star. With dishes such as John Dory, broad beans and fennel, the menu sings with fresh ingredients sourced at their best and cooked simply to unite the flavours harmoniously. The menu changes frequently to reflect the seasons and the produce available. Slightly more adventurous dishes, such as cured monkfish, ginger and gooseberries and crab custard with grapefruit, dazzle guests. 

Sommelier Damon Little offers a wine flight to accompany Nathan’s inspired dishes. He opens diners’ minds to exciting combinations with wines chosen from his visits to vineyards – each wine has its own tale to tell. Restaurant Nathan Outlaw is an idyllic setting for a truly memorable experience – perfect for all interested in food and wine and those wanting to celebrate special occasions. 

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Opening Hours:
Fri:noon-2pm, 7pm-9pm
Sat:noon-2pm, 7pm-9pm

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