Neighbours of the Raby Hunt, the only two Michelin-star eatery in England’s north-east, claim traffic traps them at home

With dishes such as raw beef with caviar, razor clams with almonds, and wagyu nigiri, a tiny village restaurant in County Durham is attracting foodies from across the British Isles.

The Raby Hunt restaurant has received glowing reviews since being bought by the Close family in 2009. It is north-east England’s first and only two Michelin-star restaurant.

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Source: Gaurdian

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