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Nathan Outlaw seems to be doing for Rock what fellow piscophile Rick Stein did for Padstow across the water with Seafood Restaurant. With two-Michelin-starred Restaurant Nathan Outlaw making waves in the St Enodoc Hotel, he recently teamed up with the guys from Sharp’s Brewery to re-launch The Mariners pub in the village. He also drafted in his long-time sidekick (and former Michelin- starred chef) Paul Ripley to run the kitchen – although there’s nothing too flashy about the food on offer. Order at the bar from a no-nonsense menu that might run from dressed Cornish crab, hake fish-finger sandwiches or grilled plaice with cider onions, tarragon and anchovy butter to pork pie with piccalilli or rib-eye and chips. The split-level interior has received some low-key refurbishment, and there are views over the Camel Estuary for those who want to sit outside with a pint of Doom Bar and some Porthilly oysters.
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