Originally from Kent, Nathan now calls Cornwall home and is a proud ambassador of all things Cornish. After attending college he worked in London, but his love for seafood cookery ignited when moving to Cornwall to work with Rick Stein.
Nathan has two restaurants and a pub in Cornwall, Restaurant Nathan Outlaw and Outlaw’s Fish Kitchen in Port Isaac and The Mariners public house in Rock.
Further afield are Outlaw’s at The Capital Hotel, Knightsbridge and ‘Nathan Outlaw at Al Mahara’, in the iconic Burj al Arab, Dubai.
Interested in the education and training of young chefs, Nathan often gives his time to work alongside them and with those offering training provision in the industry. He is also in demand at conferences both in the UK and abroad, where his expertise and knowledge in seafood is greatly valued.
Nathan has written four successful cookery books; ‘British Seafood’, Outlaw’s Fish Kitchen’, Everyday Seafood’ and ‘Home Kitchen’. His next book, ‘Restaurant Nathan Outlaw’ is due for publication in April 2019.
His easy manner, enthusiasm and obvious passion for his work make him a hit with audiences of all ages. He regularly appears on TV programmes such as ‘Saturday Kitchen’ and ‘Masterchef Professionals’ and demonstrates at food festivals across the UK.