Outlaws-seafood
Verdict based on 6 critic, 1 blogger and 0 user reviews and awards
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Address: 22-24 Basil St, London SW3 1AT

Website: Visit restaurant website

Telephone: +44 20 7591 1202

Cornwall’s famed chef Nathan Outlaw has opened an outpost of his Rock restaurant, Seafood & Grill, at London’s The Capital hotel.

This restaurant has 1 Michelin Star

Latest reviews of Outlaw’s Seafood & Grill at The Capital

Julian Harris

Julian Harris, City A.M.

6 March 2013

Cardboard-like white fish is not, nowadays, limited to society’s most impoverished and unfortunate souls. The wonders of the modern world mean that it is, in fact, available in a plush Knightsbridge hotel around the back of Harrods for £70 a head, including wine…

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Matthew Norman, The Telegraph

20 February 2013

Our main courses confirmed that he has hired a chef with an amazingly light touch, rare mastery of textural contrast, and the inventiveness to compliment his technique. Frank was wild about his cod with scampi, rosemary butter and courgette frites…

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Jay Rayner, The Observer

27 January 2013

In short, this is a seafood restaurant for people who don’t like seafood. All the essentials – terrific breads, salted butter, crisp fishcakes – are present and correct. But the edges have been smoothed away…

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Sebastian Faulks, London Magazine

14 January 2013

The service was absolutely spot-on (…). But the room has a flat, grey light, is under-heated and has no atmosphere. The wine was too cold and the food, while absolutely fine, was not a jot more than that: “Neither here nor there,” as my wife put it…

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What the Critics say

Julian Harris

Julian Harris, City A.M.

6 March 2013

Cardboard-like white fish is not, nowadays, limited to society’s most impoverished and unfortunate souls. The wonders of the modern world mean that it is, in fact, available in a plush Knightsbridge hotel around the back of Harrods for £70 a head, including wine…

Read full review »
matthew_norman

Matthew Norman, The Telegraph

20 February 2013

Our main courses confirmed that he has hired a chef with an amazingly light touch, rare mastery of textural contrast, and the inventiveness to compliment his technique. Frank was wild about his cod with scampi, rosemary butter and courgette frites…

Read full review »
jay_rayner

Jay Rayner, The Observer

27 January 2013

In short, this is a seafood restaurant for people who don’t like seafood. All the essentials – terrific breads, salted butter, crisp fishcakes – are present and correct. But the edges have been smoothed away…

Read full review »
London_Magazine

Sebastian Faulks, London Magazine

14 January 2013

The service was absolutely spot-on (…). But the room has a flat, grey light, is under-heated and has no atmosphere. The wine was too cold and the food, while absolutely fine, was not a jot more than that: “Neither here nor there,” as my wife put it…

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Andy Lynes, Metro

17 October 2012

Two carefully sculpted quenelles of sparklingly fresh white crab meat sit on lightly grilled bread. A scattering of finely diced fennel and apple add up to a polite, well-mannered plate that I’d have been happy with had I not eaten the Anchor & Hope’s gutsy, rustic apotheosis of the dish…

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Fay Maschler, Evening Standard

10 October 2012

Outlaw is quoted as wanting to acknowledge the trend towards more informal eating. Neither prices, with main courses from £20 to £42, nor prissy staff, who keep water as well as wine away from the table and explain each dish as it is put down with a little finger extended to point at the component parts, reflect this notion…

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What the Bloggers say

Andy_Hayler

Andy Hayler, andyhayler.com

18 October 2012

Dover sole had good flavour and was cooked well, though the parsley, lemon and garlic dressing was quite subtle. Seasoning was rather tentative to my taste…

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