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About Outlaw’s at The Capital
Michelin starred Outlaw’s at The Capital boasts an ever changing array of unique dishes created using British seafood caught predominantly around the coast of Cornwall.
Masterminded by Nathan Outlaw and Head Chef Andrew Sawyer, who source the freshest and best seafood from fishermen they know. They let the ingredients take centre stage and menus showcase an array of original and creative seafood dishes.
Nathan who holds 2 Michelin stars at his eponymous restaurant in the village of Port Isaac, Cornwall spends time each week at the restaurant with the team.
London, SW3 1AT
Hours of Operation:
Monday - Saturday:12pm - 2:00pm; 6:00pm - 10:00pm
£41 and over
AMEX, Diners Club, JCB, MasterCard, Visa
020 7591 1202
A Whisky and Cheese Masterclass can be arranged with head barman Cesar Da Silva.
The Capital Hotel has some on site parking bays as well as being located close to an NCP. Please call to request.
Knightsbridge tube station 200yards
Banquet, BYO Liquor, Full Bar, Private Room, Wine
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Have a favourite bottle of wine? Thursdays are BYO so feel free to bring it along.
Outlaw’s at The Capital Ratings and Reviews
Great food, if you're looking for a fine dining seafood experience. Otherwise take a pass - absolutely dead atmosphere. I mean dead - no ambiance and we were 2 of four people in the entire restaurant (seats 50 or so). Would not recommend for anyone or any occasion with participants under 65yrs.
My wife and I had a really nice lunch. The ambience was very good and staff attentive but not overly. Our main course was 'lost' in the kitchen - fortunately we were not on a tight schedule - but to compensate an intermediate (soup) course was offered, and accepted; and wine was not charged for. We did not expect or request free wine and this was a nice gesture.
We would visit again.
The Capital Hotel has always been a “hidden gem” with fine food. The latest partnership with Nathan Outlaw is no exception. The quality of our evening from the moment we arrived in the bar ( excellent cocktails by the way !) to the end of the meal was exceptional. It, of course, should be as it is not a cheap evening but it delivered in every way. Top marks for a special occasion.
A very nice experience dining here. Whilst the surroundings are very elegant they still manage to maintain a pleasant, almost informal, atmosphere. The menus were intriguing - we went for the Autumn menu and the food was excellent. The courses were perhaps a bit big for us and we couldn't manage a dessert!
Service was impeccable; staff were polite and attentive. The lunch menu was enticing however overall food was quite rich. The dessert was not nice, far too sweet, not as described and difficult to eat as the outer layer was hard. Both my guest and I left ours. Staff were on the ball immediately asking if we wished to try another dessert and deducted the price from the overall bill. I would , however, return.
Friend and I lunched well. The food was absolutely sublime, wonderfully plated, and very much Michelin star standard. The oysters were the plumpest I have eaten for some time, while my friend's lobster risotto was the best he has tasted. His bass was cooked to perfection and the sauce was unctuous. My monkfish was cured well and the brill ever so slightly undercooked but not worth sending back. The English custard tart was a triumph. Could not fault the food.
Whereas, the service bordered on that in a pizza joint. The waitress brought the starters and asked who ordered what. The main course was delivered to the adjoining table where two Knightsbridge matrons were enjoying their post-prandial coffees. Did the waitress really think they were wanting fish for a second dessert? Not good. The management need to take this in hand. In this type of restaurant one expects the plate to be placed in front of you without questions. Shame.
The taster menu was exceptional, crafted with excellence, as you would expect from a Michelin star restaurant. The staff were attentive, explaining each course, as it was delivered, even having time for a light conversation which I find is very astute.
Whilst the restaurant staff were exceptional, I did feel the staff member at the hotel who served us pre meal Gin and tonic was less so, culminating in an overcharge to our bill. This did not spoil the overall night, as the bill was very quickly rectified by our young lady restaurant staff member
Absolutely delicious food, my girlfriend and I visited for a special occasion and were not disappointed. We visited after seeing Chef Tom Brown on Great British Menu, and his food was superb. At a very reasonable price considering the quality of ingredients, cooking and wine. To top it off, a quick chat with the man himself afterwards where he was very laid back and welcoming. 100% recommend this place.
Outlaw's food is absolutely delicious and beautifully presented and the staff are very attentive.
I try to dine at the restaurant at least once a fortnight and during Summer weekly with friends from the country or overseas visitors - it is a very convenient spot to meet for lunch or dinner especially after shopping at Harrods or Harvey Nicks - and the best thing is that it is only a 5 minute walk from where I live.
This is the third time I took visitors to this restaurant. First and second time for lunch and this time for dinner. From the Summer Menu - I had Octopus for starter, John Dory for main. My visitors had Lobster Risotto and Scallop; Brill, Turbot and Cod. We all had different desserts including the advanced order of custard tart. All the ingredients are absolutely first class, especially the fish. It lives up to their reputation as a seafood restaurant. However, our starters were really over seasoned; very salty but the mains are fine. All the desserts are nice, the custard tart is good but not over whelming. All in all, it was a very good and enjoyable meal. Location is perfect especially if your visitors stay in Knightsbridge hotels. Reasonable pricing and good choice for wine. Highly recommended especially for lunch.
Had a lovely evening at Outlaw's at the Capital with my girlfriend for her birthday. We were wonderfully well looked after, and both the food and wine were brilliant. The Lobster Risotto, Turbot and Levi and Seti (from Great British Menu) were absolutely fantastic, truly delicious. My gf is a big fan of GBM and Tom even spent time at the end of the evening to chat with us - great guy, great food, great service, great wine, great place, great evening!
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