Bruce Rennie's much-loved The Shore, is rapidly becoming one of the UK's best and most-talked-about fish and seafood restaurants. His book reflects the wonders of a cutting edge menu and features a foreword by Bruce's Cornish compatriot Nathan Outlaw. The Shore is more than a mere collection of recipes, however. A labour-of-love from one of the UK's most likeable and inventive cooks, it reflects on Bruce's philosophies toward food, produce and more. Photographed beautifully and featuring a collection of tasting menus, it is a stunning volume that will please chefs, restaurant-goers, discerning foodies and more. In his foreword, Nathan Outlaw describes The Shore as a hidden gem, saying: "I'd predict it won't be a hidden gem for long. This confident, mature cooking is the result of many years of Bruce honing his craft. I'm excited to see how The Shore will progress in the future." Rennie is one of the culinary world's mavericks. An experience and well-travelled cook, he runs the kitchen alone and remains barefoot for 10 months of the year. He is on first name terms with local fishermen who message him from their boats within minutes of hauling aboard their catch. A maverick with stellar talent, an endearing tour de force with exceptional skill: The Shore provides a vehicle for Rennie's abundant qualities."