Restaurant Nathan Outlaw at the St Enodoc Hotel in Rock, Cornwall, has been awarded two Michelin stars in this year’s Michelin Guide for Great Britain & Ireland. Outlaw, long-since tipped for two stars by Michelin, was the most high-profile award in England. In addition, five new one Michelin stars have been awarded in England, outside London.
In a press statement, Nathan Outlaw, who is currently on holiday, said:
“It’s a real honour to be recognised for what you do day in, day out. This is, of course, testament to the incredible local ingredients I have available to me. If I didn’t have such fantastic suppliers, I wouldn’t be in this fantastic position.”
Commenting on Nathan Outlaw’s promotion to two Michelin stars, former guide editor Derek Bulmer, who edited the current edition, said:
“We’ve been following Nathan for 10 years. He has settled finally, and made Cornwall his home. He has a particular flair with fish, raises quite simple dishes to new heights. He doesn’t overcomplicate. He knows when a dish is finished.”