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Outlaw's charity chow-down

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South West food hero Nathan Outlaw is teaming up with three of Cornwall’s other leading chefs, along with Sharp’s Brewery, to raise money for Hospitality Action this March

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If you’re a serious foodie, Restaurant Nathan Outlaw, Coombeshead Farm, Outlaw’s Fish Kitchen and The Mariners are probably all up there on your South West hit list. So when the opportunity to strike all four off your bucket list at once comes along, you won’t want to miss this Cornish kitchen collaboration.

Joining forces at The Mariners Public House in Rock on March 5, Nathan Outlaw, Tom Adams, Tim Barnes and Zack Hawke will each create three dishes for the lucky diners, with a sterling selection of beers from Rock’s own Sharp’s Brewery to match. With tickets for the lunchtime feast priced at just £35 (yes, really), and all the profits going to Hospitality Action, you’ll want to book your seats at the table – sharpish.

If you can’t make it to the event – or if tickets sell out quicker than Adele’s world tour – the charitable chow down doesn’t end at lunch. Nathan will also be hosting three groups of hoppy hedonists at Sharp’s Secret Bar, where guests will explore the weird and wonderful world of beer and food matching before taking home a goodie bag worth over £50.

Raising funds for the charity which offers vital assistance to those in crisis who work or have worked in the hospitality industry doesn’t stop there. Alongside all this edible action, Outlaw’s has organised a raffle to win a host of fabulous foodie prizes such as a meal for six at Restaurant Nathan Outlaw, a night’s stay and dinner for two at St Moritz Hotel, a meal for four with wine flight at Ben’s Cornish Kitchen and much more. It’s only £5 a ticket, so throw your hat into the ring here.

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