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Outlaw's Fish Kitchen

1 Middle Street, Port Isaac, PL29 3RH

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Average
Main course: £12
Food spend: £30
Opening hours
Monday to Saturday: 12:00 - 15:00 & 18:00 - 21:00.

Love the relaxed feel of restaurant. Staff always very friendly and knowledgeable. Food amazing, each dish perfectly cooked and tasty. Location of Fish Kitchen overlooking harbour in Port Isaac is great. One of our favourite restaurants.

Stephen Withers 24 March 2017
from Stourbridge

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From award-winning chef Nathan Outlaw, delicious seafood is cooked to order and served when ready at Outlaw’s Fish Kitchen Port Isaac. Oozing rustic charm, the restaurant prides itself on sourcing fresh seafood daily from local fisherman.

Small, original and delicious seafood dishes lead the Outlaw’s Fish Kitchen menu. Tuck into a selection of dishes such as grilled mackerel with aubergine salad and basil dressing, monkfish satay, and baked hake with anchovy and tarragon butter. A carefully chosen wine list is on hand to complement the fresh flavours.

Finish a meal at Outlaw’s Fish Kitchen with rich desserts like chocolate fudge brownie with caramel sauce and peanuts, or vanilla mousse with strawberries and crumble. The cheese board sees Cornish cheeses joined by beer and onion chutney.

A picture-book seaside restaurant, Outlaw’s Fish Kitchen in Cornwall sits in Port Isaac, a short stroll from the coast.

Outlaw's Fish Kitchen

1 Middle Street, Port Isaac, PL29 3RH

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Customer reviews for Outlaw's Fish Kitchen

4.7 (((() (based on 153 reviews)
96% of diners recommend this restaurant
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  • dinner (110)
  • lunch (88)
  • romantic (74)
  • views (43)
  • luxury (39)
  • trendy (35)
  • private dining (30)
  • value (29)
  • business (7)
  • child friendly (6)
  • entertainment (2)
  • large parties (2)
  • al fresco (1)
  • ((((( 27 March 2017 by Suzanne Goldring 'outlaws getaway' from Swansea

    Food was so different and very tasty. The staff were so knowledgeable and explained the dishes perfectly. The restaurant is small and quaint. Loved the experience so different.

  • ((((( 27 March 2017 by Lesley Austen from Crediton

    Fantastic food and perfect setting. Waitress really helpful and knowledgable

  • ((((( 27 March 2017 by Steve Bell from Davidstow

    Fantastic. Great service, great atmosphere, great small plate concept, great fish, great wine, great Chocolate Brownie!!

  • ((((( 26 March 2017 by Martyn Smith from Oxford

    All excellent.
    Many thanks

  • ((((( 26 March 2017 by Emma Pitcher from Plymouth

    Very interesting combination of flavours on menus. We took the menus with a selection of dishes. No particular favourite I thought everything was excellent. My partner love the combination with the pickled veg. Service was excellent and the young lady we were mainly served by knew her stuff. Staff appeared happy. The restaurant was comfortable. Think it was brilliant experience and the price was reasonable. We do like Nathan's restaurants and are planning to come back and try the restaurant at the top of port Isaac later this year.

  • ((((( 25 March 2017 by David Trumpess from Ludlow

    Very small cosy restaurant, don't go expecting pre dinner drinks there is no waiting area so pop to the pub just across the road. Food is tapas style with some sashimi dishes thrown in for good measure. We went through the menu including the special, all dishes are big enough for 2 (you can fill up with bread and potatoes, but we didn't feel the need!) Everything was immaculately prepared and served in the order as dictated by the chef so tastes shouldn't clash. Total cost with wine was about 100 pounds but worth every penny. Service was friendly and informed, You will have to try out the toilet even if you don't want to go! I bet Nathan didn't give it a test drive ! Think of an airplane toilet and then halve it and you won't be far off! If you go in the evening don't forget a torch there is no parking other than at the top of the hill and can be very dark. We enjoyed this so much we have already booked on our return visit to Padstow

  • ((((( 24 March 2017 by Stephen Withers from Stourbridge

    Love the relaxed feel of restaurant. Staff always very friendly and knowledgeable. Food amazing, each dish perfectly cooked and tasty. Location of Fish Kitchen overlooking harbour in Port Isaac is great. One of our favourite restaurants.

  • ((((( 22 March 2017 by Nigel Carter from Fowey

    Very enjoyable sharing menu. Restaurant was a little cold. Favourite dishes - Gurnard and Hake

  • ((((( 22 March 2017 by Sue Lister from Royal Leamington Spa

    Truly delightful - wonderful food

  • ((((( 21 March 2017 by Lin Charnley from Rotherham

    A quaint is old building. Staff made us feel very welcome. We had Outlaw's Fish Kitchen To Share and Accompanying Wines - perfect!

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