The Mariners Rock is in collaboration with Molson Coors' owned Sharp's Brewery, which is also located in Rock and is the brewery's first pub.
Michelin-starred chef Outlaw, who owns two restaurants in Cornwall – Fish Kitchen in Port Isaac and Outlaw’s in Rock as well as Outlaw’s at the Capital Hotel in London, has worked with Mariners Rock executive chef Paul Ripley and head chef Raoul Moore to develop a seasonal menu comprised of local produce from north Cornwall.
The pub will focus on serving fresh seafood with an initial trial menu on offer through July.
Featuring a one-option dinner menu over five nights, the trial menu will include pie night, mussels night, fish night, steak night and lobster night.
Customer reaction to the trial menu will be gauged before a full menu roll out in August.
A range of bar snacks is also available featuring homemade sausage rolls with Doom Bar and onion chutney and smoked haddock Scotch eggs with curry mayonnaise.
The site has undergone a small refurbishment turning it back into a 110-cover two level pub with an open kitchen on the second floor with banquet style seating.
Outside will see a further 30 covers overlook the estuary.
Marriage made in heaven
Head chef Raoul Moore said: “We’ve had a great response since our opening. We had a refurbishment over the last few months but still retained many original features and the same food will be served over booth floors.”
A selection of Sharp’s beers are on offer and customers signing up to Outlaw’s Grub Club will receive a 10% discount on food and drink.
Moore added: “We are focusing on no-fuss pub grub and along with our partnership with Sharp’s we have some of the best beers in the country. We are creating pub dishes that will be complimented by the beer that we stock - It’s a marriage made in heaven.”