Chef Nathan Outlaw to open seafood restaurant at London boutique hotel

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31 July 2012 | Updated 31 July 2012

UK: Nathan Outlaw's Seafood & Grill at The Capital Hotel in Knightsbridge to open in October 2012.

Outlaw's Seafood & Grill at The Capital will give the Cornish-based chef a London outpost for the first time in his career.

It will be similar in style to Outlaw's Seafood & Grill in Rock, Cornwall, the more informal of his two restaurants in the town, where he also has the 2-Michelin Star Restaurant Nathan Outlaw.

The menu will focus on simply prepared, sustainably sourced seafood, with dished such as Cornish crab on toast, grilled lemon sole with potted brown shrimp butter, roast brill on-the-bone and whole Port Isaac lobster.

Outlaw will divide his time between Cornwall and London, with the Knightsbridge kitchen overseen by head chef Pete Biggs, who has worked with  Outlaw for ten years.

"Both Pete and I are looking forward to coming back to London, and hopefully creating one of the city's best fish restaurants. We'll be bringing some of the incredible Cornish ingredients we've been working with over the past ten years - but this new restaurant gives us the opportunity to explore seafood from other parts of the UK," said Outlaw.

The Capital, in Basil Street, has been welcoming guests for 40 years, and remains under the guidance of its original owner David Levin and his daughter Kate Levin.

Booking lines will open on 1st September.

www.capitalhotel.co.uk

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