This restaurant is in Huby St Leu, which is just outside Hesdin, and appears to be a former farmhouse/ stables. As it was Halloween, the gardens and the dinning room were adorned with fake cobwebs, pumpkins and skeletons etc. However, the large open fireplace, beams and rustic feel of the place was utterly charming. There were four of us dining and we all plumped for the 22 euro three course lunch. I had cod in a cream sauce, followed by Venison in red wine, followed by creme brulee. Each course was absolutely delicious and perfectly cooked. There were only a few other diners, but I would imagine that this place would be very popular in the evening and will be back to experience the food and the ambiance, and the roaring log fire. Our whole bill came to just 120 euros, which included a beer and a glass of wine each and a tip. If you are in the area, give it a try - you wont be disappointed,
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