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23 April 2014
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Nathan Outlaw Seafood & Grill

St Enodoc Hotel, Rock Cornwall PL27 6LA

£35.00 Modern European Cornwall
  • Wine: £15.00
  • Champagne: £35.00
  • Opening Hours: Mon-Sun 12N-2pm 6-9.30pm

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Nathan Outlaw’s self-named restaurant in the St Enodoc Hotel currently boasts two Michelin stars, so it’s not surprising that its more casual sibling is also a class act. Outlaw’s Seafood & Grill is a handsome, unfussy and welcoming place with estuary views and a fine-tuned kitchen headed by Redas Katauskas. The concept is deceptively simple with Cornish seafood, meats and cheese of unwavering quality handled with skill. Dishes are designed to impress, whether it’s the signature crispy Porthilly oysters teamed with pickled vegetables and oyster mayonnaise, wonderful mackerel with toasted bacon bread and Outlaw’s tomato ketchup, top-notch cod fillet with warm tartare sauce or a faultless char-grilled marinated chicken with thyme sauce. A perfectly pitched wine list and seasonal desserts such as glazed cider-brandy custard with Porthilly apples add further lustre.

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  1. Nathan Outlaw Seafood & Grill

    St Enodoc Hotel, Rock Cornwall PL27 6LA
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    • Food & Drink: 10
    • Service: 9
    • Atmosphere: 8
    • Value: 8

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  1. Really, I could sum it up in a sentence. Great food, dull room, small portions. If you’d like to hear me elaborate on that, please do feel free to carry on reading. We fancied this, because we wanted somewhere grown-up and quiet. I’m still recovering from a major life event and I’m not in the mood for buzzy glitzy cheery or any variant on those...
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  2. The Seafood Grill at St Enodoc’s Hotel, Rock: I have watched Nathan Outlaw demonstrating how to cook fish at Boscastle Festival for 3 years now.  I have the book (still to be reviewed, but highly recommended!).  I have even had a cookery lesson from him, courtesy of Davidstow Cheddar.  But, until now, I have never eaten at his restaurant.  So, this year, we decided to take a cab from Boscastle where we were visiting for the food festival, to Rock (so that both of us could drink and not have to navigate the treacherous Cornish roads at night) and indulge in a meal at St Enodoc’s Hotel in Rock, where Nathan has both the two star Michelin fine dining restaurant and the more informal Seafood Grill. Now, had we planned a little more ahead, maybe we might have found space at the fine dining restaurant, but in retrospect I am rather glad we went to the grill.  Not because we were in any way disappointed but because the menu is very close to the one now offered in London at the Capital Hotel where Nathan opened on 2nd October.  And, guess what, I’m booked there for lunch in a week or [...]
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