Nathan Outlaw to open ‘Outlaw’s Fish Kitchen’ in Looe
Two Michelin-starred chef Nathan Outlaw is set to open his first stand alone restaurant, Outlaw’s Fish Kitchen, in the fishing town of Looe in Cornwall.
Outlaw recently received news that planning permission had been granted to convert what was once a local fish merchants into a 60 cover restaurant serving fresh, locally caught seafood.
Outlaw plans to open his new venture in early 2013. “This is something I’ve been working on for almost two years now. I’ve always had a really close relationship with the person who ran the fish merchants, Tim Alsop, and have bought my fish from Looe for many years”
Outlaws Kitchen will be serving British seafood, in a relaxed atmosphere. Serving smaller sharing plates in an informal environment. It will have a big bar area, which will offer casual dining and drinks, over looking the port.
Outlaw has enlisted the help from a “very exciting chef”, he went on to say “He’s probably one of the best fish chefs I know – but it’s not Rick Stein! He taught me when I first got into the industry, and he’s a great friend of mine.”
An opening date for outlaw’s Fish Kitchen has not yet been confirmed but it’s planned to open early next year. Outlaw will also be opening a new city restaurant in London, Outlaw’s Seafood Grill 2nd October.