The fine-dining space at St Enodoc Hotel (once occupied by Nathan Outlaw) is now an "intimate, tasting menu restaurant celebrating the best of Cornwall" with Guy Owen, ex-Idle Rocks, at the helm.
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With its good views over the estuary, this 1920s hotel (owned since 2019 by Lucy & James Strachan and family) has a prime position in this chichi resort, and in former incarnations has provided a springboard for the likes of Nathan Outlaw. With its choice of 6-course and 9-course tasting menus, it inspires as yet limited feedback, but all of it rapturous.
The fine-dining space once occupied by Nathan Outlaw at St Enodoc Hotel has been transformed by the property’s new owners (Lucy and James Strachan, since 2019) and is now an ‘intimate, tasting-menu restaurant celebrating the best of Cornwall’ with Guy Owen, ex-Idle Rocks, at the helm. It opened just before the first Covid-19 lockdowns in March 2020, and has so far flown by-and-large under the radar, but its 9-course tasting menu for £90 looks interesting, and its success in the longstanding Trencherman’s restaurant awards and social media buzz suggest this is one to watch.
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