Contrary to popular belief there is actually more to Port Isaac than Doc Martin. The Cornish fishing town is also home to the  Michelin-starred Outlaw’s Fish Kitchen and it’s coming to London as part of a series of dinners hosted at the Michelin-starred Outlaw’s at The Capital.

On the 21st May, guests can expect dishes of cured brill with anchovies and pea and mint mayonnaise and seasonal St Enodoc asparagus with clams and herb dressing as Head Chef, Tim Barnes, takes over the kitchen.

Next up, it will be the turn of The Mariners Public House (Outlaw’s collaboration with Sharp’s Brewery), which will see Head Chef, Zack Hawke and beer sommelier, Ed Hughes, pair native breed steaks from South West farms paired with beers from Sharp’s brewery.

Other dinners will include: a dinner by the King of Carnivores, Richard Turner, (Hawksmoor, Meatopia, Plant Life and Black Lock); a dinner where dishes are paired with wines from Cornish vineyard Camel Valley and a night where Nathan will serve his most renowned dishes with Henriot Champagne. There’ll also be a chance, in July, to vote for your favourite dishes to appear on the menu.

Tickets will be available one month before each event.