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Nathan Outlaw’s “crushed, tiny, no-bookings” venture has a “gorgeous”, “quaint” location in this “busy, touristy village”, and inspires adulation for its “cracking” small, seafood dishes. When it comes to the portions though, “for small read minuscule!”
This “tiny” harbourside spin-off pre-dates Nathan Outlaw moving his main operation to this picturesque village. It’s a much more “humble” operation, but “thoroughly special” in its way, with “the best of the local catch” presented in “superb seafood small plates” by “the most considerate staff ever”.
This “tiny” harbourside gem offers “really moreish” fish tapas – as you’d hope with “Nathan Outlaw’s name on the door and Paul Ripley in the kitchen”; by almost all accounts, it’s a “worthy replacement” for the former Harbour Restaurant, and “very high on the satisfaction scale overall”.
Stepping into the shoes of the Harbour Restaurant (RIP), Cornwall’s biggest foodie name opened in autumn 2013 in these bijou premises, aiming for a relaxed style, and with chef Paul Ripley producing a tapas-y seafood menu.
Outlaw’s Fish Kitchen Restaurant Diner Reviews
"A great seafood platter to share, very well put together dishes with fantastic flavours and great service in a beautiful location."
"Some lovely fish tapas - wish it was open more often in winter."
"A great contrast to the fine dining up the hill at Nathan Outlaws - I would always do both when in Cornwall"
1 Middle St, Port Isaac, PL29 3RH
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noon - 3pm, 6pm - 9pm
Last orders: 9 pm