Tiny restaurant just out of the centre of Hesdin. The chef is Quebecois and knows recipes for beaver and raccoon if you can provide the ingredients. Quebecois specialities are available to order, but we stuck to the 28 euro standard menu:
Salade de pleurottes (wild mushrooms) with sundried tomatoes and ham (this is France, don’t you dare be vegetarian), haddock ravioli with lemon butter. Main course was fillet of
Dorade royale and salmon trout. I had the bavette d’aloyau beurre anchoïs - the anchovy butter was unusual but delicious with the steak. Yummy veg not boiled to death - how come we always get veg wrong in the UK?
For dessert we both had Assiette gourmande - tiramisu, chocolate cake, nougat glacé and rhubarb and strawberry compote - a little of everything and all lovely; if you forced me to choose just one I would have the compote, or maybe the nougat glacé, or maybe... Luckily you don’t have to make that decision.
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