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Nathan Outlaw set to take over Cornwall pub

07 May 2014 by
Nathan Outlaw set to take over Cornwall pub

Two Michelin-starred chef Nathan Outlaw is reportedly set to take over the Mariners Rock pub in the Cornish town of Rock, in partnership with Sharp's Brewery.

It will be the first pub for the brewery, and is expected to open this summer after refurbishment, according to the Cornish Guardian.

Outlaw, who runs the two-Michelin-starred fish and seafood site Nathan Outlaw Restaurant, and the Seafood & Grill, in St Enodoc Hotel (also in Rock), will oversee the kitchen, which will be managed by executive chef Paul Ripley, who has worked with Outlaw for the past two years, including to open his Port Isaac restaurant Outlaw's Fish Kitchen.

The new venture reportedly came about after the pub's previous tenant discussed the idea with Sharp's retail and hospitality manager Ed Hughes, as the lease for the Mariners was coming up for renewal.

Speaking to the local newspaper, Outlaw said: "When Ed called to invite us on board, it didn't take long for Paul and I to start bouncing ideas off each other and getting excited over creating a public house with great food, drink and service at its heart."

Outlaw also runs Outlaw's at the Capital restaurant, in the Capital hotel in London's Knightsbridge.

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