Outlaws, Nathan Outlaw
You may recognise Port Isaac as the home to the TV series Doc Martin. It is a beautiful small fishing village in Cornwall and a superbly picturesque place to have a fantastic dining experience which is what you will get at Outlaws. This modern restaurant owned by Nathan Outlaw prides itself on using local produce that is bought into the harbour by day boats. This is a seafood restaurant so be prepared to sample some of the freshest seafood with a modern twist.
This restaurant has been awarded 2 Michelin stars so trust that you will be dining in style and enjoying some phenomenal flavours. Port Isaac is on the north coast and you could tie a visit to this quirky restaurant with a trip to Boscastle, Tintagel or Padstow. Check out our town guides to see what else you can do on the north coast. Booking at this sought after restaurant is essential
About Port Isaac
Port Isaac has a population of about 1,000 people. The port was once one of Cornwall’s busiest fishing ports but now mainly caters for tourists visiting on day trips from nearby Padstow, just a few miles up the coast.
In addition to its unique atmosphere, Port Isaac is also a great place to find delicious food. The town is home to several excellent restaurants, and you can’t leave without sampling the local seafood. Whether you’re looking for a romantic getaway or an exciting family vacation, Port Isaac is definitely worth exploring.
Why is Port Isaac Famous?
The port town of Port Isaac in North Cornwall was the fictional location for the BBC hit TV series Doc Martin, which first aired in 2001. The series is set in the fictional town of Portwenn, and many of the exterior shots of the village were filmed in and around Port Isaac.
The quaint fishing village quickly became a popular tourist destination for fans of the show, and it’s now one of the most popular destinations in Cornwall. If you’re a fan of Doc Martin, be sure to visit Port Isaac and see where the show was filmed!
Port Isaac is also well-known for its rich fishing heritage. The town has been a port for centuries, and it’s home to one of the largest fishing fleets in Cornwall.