Le saint hubert
Luberon > Saint-Saturnin-lès-Apt
"Le Saint Hubert, a historic 18th-century inn in Saint-Saturnin-lès-Apt, with a unique bistro room, another stylish room (all-white walls, poetic lighting by Céline Wright) and a terrace offering a panoramic view of the Luberon." - Le Fooding
What we like
- Seasonal cuisine, with as much produce as possible coming directly from farmers in the Luberon.
- "An unpretentious restaurant that is open to all desires." - Olivier Reneau, Le Figaro Voyage
"With their solid culinary experience, Lise and Eric packed their bags last year for Saint-Saturnin-les-Apt to revive the history of Saint Hubert. The address, very nicely decorated, is not at all like an overrated postcard. Here, a café where you can have breakfast (cookie, home-made granola) or an aperitif (fougasse, rillettes, always home-made) rubs shoulders without embarrassment with a bistronomic table - with a terrace - where the midday plates (lamb burger, haddock fritters...) are transformed into almost gastronomic dishes in the evening (crispy pork trotter, tuna and cold dashi...). An unpretentious restaurant that is open to all desires." - Olivier Reneau, Le Figaro Voyage
Chef: Eric Monteleon
"When he was a child, he feasted on the good quality of the dishes his mother prepared in the small restaurant of the theater his father ran. It was there that Eric discovered his passion for cooking and decided to train at Ferrandi. He then cultivated his knowledge of traditional regional gastronomy in restaurants such as Le Kiosque, Le carré des Feuillants (** Michelin) and Le Relais de la Poste (** Michelin), he combines his love of cuisine with that of travel , and went to work in Washington DC, Montreal and Sydney. After having taught French cuisine for 5 years at Cuisine Paris, Eric realized his dream with his wife, Lise: his own restaurant, Le Saint Hubert"