Chef Nathan Outlaw, Burj Al Arab hotel end partnership

A Jumeirah Group spokesperson said that the decision was mutual
Chef Nathan Outlaw, Burj Al Arab hotel end partnership
The Cornwall-based chef’s restaurant, ‘Nathan Outlaw at Al Mahara’, was launched at the hotel in September 2016.
By Bernd Debusmann Jr
Wed 24 Apr 2019 12:58 PM

Chef Nathan Outlaw and the Burj Al Arab hotel in Dubai have ended their partnership after two and a half years, Jumeirah Group said on Thursday.

The Cornwall-based chef’s restaurant, ‘Nathan Outlaw at Al Mahara’, was launched at the hotel in September 2016.

Responding to a query from Arabian Business, a Jumeirah spokesperson confirmed that Burj al Arab and Nathan Outlaw “have mutually agreed to end their partnership in operating Nathan Outlaw at Al Mahara”.

In January, Outlaw also announced that he was ending a partnership with ‘The Mariners’, a pub in the village of Rock in his native Cornwall.

Two months later, he ended a seven-year partnership with the Capital Hotel in London. He now plans to open a Brasserie-style restaurant at the Goring Hotel in London’s upscale Belgravia neighbourhood.

At the time of Nathan Outlaw at Al Mahara’s opening, Outlaw said that the restaurant would specialise in serving British cuisine with dishes created especially for the iconic hotel.

He told Arabian Business at the time that the restaurant was meant to have “down to earth, high quality hospitality and a fun, buzzing atmosphere.”

Outlaw still runs a two-Michelin chef restaurant and a one Michelin-star restaurant in Cornwall's Port Isaac.

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