A hit supper club with rooms has been featured in a national newspaper with a perfect score for its food and drink offering. 

Husk in Thorington can be found at Walnut Tree Farm and is owned by Joey O'Hare and Katy Taylor, who have been running their supper club since the end of 2022.

Now, the restaurant has been reviewed in The Times as part of the newspaper's hotel guide, in which scores out of 10 are awarded for categories including rooms and suites, food and drink and location. 

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The supper club scored a perfect 10, with scores of nine awarded for the categories including its location and the on-site facilities. 

The rooms and suites received eight out of 10 marks, with the reviewer praising the "eclectic designs that seamlessly mash up Laura Ashley-esque country house with Scandi calm".

This is not the first time the supper club has been featured in The Times – last July it was included in a roundup of four of the best Suffolk restaurants. 

East Anglian Daily Times: The rooms launched in 2023 and all have a slightly different designThe rooms launched in 2023 and all have a slightly different design (Image: Husk)

Even Husk's resident gaggle of geese (Mr Yeats, Rita, Serena and Vodka) made it into the article.

"We are absolutely blown away by today's review in The Times Weekend, especially the supper club scoring a 10/10," said the couple in a post on their social media. 

"This is a true career highlight."

Supper clubs are available to book on Friday and Saturday nights at £72 per person.

Those looking to make a weekend of it can book to stay in one of the four luxury new on-site accommodations with doubles starting at £480, including breakfast and two tickets to the supper club.