We stayed in Sablet for 10 days at the end of August. The restaurant is between a cheap/ok-ish "sports bar" and an expensive "real " restaurant, so it aims to be friendly, convenient and relaxed. In those three areas, marvellous with the owners being very approachable and flexible. Te downside was lack of choice and when tapas or moules-frites were written on the board, asking for them was met with a gallic shrug with "a sorry we changed the menu last minute". if you can live with that then you'll enjoy this place, if you want more formality, it could be frustrating. We would go back for the relaxed and fun atmosphere alone.
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