Cornwall chef Nathan Outlaw secures third Michelin star
Cornwall-based celebrity chef Nathan Outlaw has yet another Michelin star to add to his belt.
Seafood restaurant Outlaw’s at The Capital is one of 15 restaurants to have been awarded a first Michelin star in the Michelin Guide Great Britain & Ireland 2014.
Announced today, it means the chef, who already has two Michelin stars for his popular restaurants at the St Enodoc Hotel in Rock, now holds three Michelin stars across both restaurants.
Michelin stars are the most prestigious culinary award to be given to restaurants and chefs. Outlaw would have to aquire all three in the same restaurant to attain a three star title.
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The famous chef, originally from Kent, has recently opened another new restaurant, Outlaw’s Fish Kitchen, in the heart of Port Isaac. He opened Outlaw’s at The Capital in London just last year.
Rebecca Burr, Editor of Michelin Guide Great Britain & Ireland 2014, said: “The Michelin guide has always reflected what’s out there and London in particular has never offered so much choice – there really is something for everyone and for every occasion and there appears to be no end to the number of exciting new restaurant openings.
“We’ve seen internationally acclaimed chefs open restaurants over here but we’re also delighted to witness the rise of the next generation of talented British chefs and the continued evolution of British cooking.”
The 15 new one stars include wilks, an unpretentious neighbourhood restaurant in Bristol, and Campagne, a contemporary Kilkenny restaurant run by a dedicated couple. In London, Lima is the first Peruvian restaurant to gain a star and highlights the increasing popularity of South American cuisine. There are two seafood restaurants awarded one star - Angler and Outlaw’s at The Capital - two Chinese restaurants, HKK and Bo London, a star for another of Jason Atherton’s restaurants, Social Eating House, and stars for a young British chef, Story in Bermondsey, and an experienced French chef returning to the UK, Brasserie Chavot.
The Michelin Guide Great Britain & Ireland 2014 will be available from October 4 priced at £15.99 (€16.99 in Ireland). It will also be available via an Apple App priced at £5.99.
More information can be found at www.viamichelin.co.uk