Nathan Outlaw has revealed plans to open a fourth restaurant, this time in Looe.
The two-Michelin-starred chef dubbed the new venture his "Holy Grail" after Cornwall Council gave the project the green light, reported www.thisiscornwall.co.uk.
Outlaw's Fish Kitchen will be the chef's first standalone restaurant, accommodating 50-60 diners and employing 15 people.
He already runs his eponymous restaurant as well as the Seafood & Grill at the St Enodoc Hotel in Rock, while he is expected to launch Outlaw's Seafood & Grill at the Capital hotel in Knightsbridge, London on 2 October.
Outlaw will work with Tina Hicks and Tim Alsop from the Harbour Commission to transform a fish processing unit at Buller Quay into a restaurant.
"Tim Alsop and I have been friends and worked together professionally for many years," he said.
"There is no finer fish anywhere than that landed in Looe. Through Tim I have always bought all my fish there and look forward to opening a restaurant on Looe quay.
"I will continue to promote the fish market and support the fishermen who have remained loyal to the port, while at the same time offering new employment opportunities for talented young people who live in Cornwall."
By Janie Manzoori-Stamford
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