This definitely is our favourite place in the region: the medieval village-town of Le Castellet is marvellously set on top of one of those hills just north of Bandol, narrow, steep roads with many shops - some more touristique, others more artsy-bartsy - two squares on different levels, one with the church, the other one with the Crêperie Le Roy d'Ys.
You've got to choose among some 75 or so buckwheat crêpes (that's the one to take first, the more brownish, salty ones that come with whatever you want to imagine) and some 70 more wheat flower crêpes for desert and sweet.
We come here regularly since more than ten years and have never been disappointed to say the least! These crêpes are gorgeous. And don't you forget to take your salty crêpe with a bottle of Cidre Le Roy d'Ys BRUT. If this combination doesn't blow you away, stay home. Or enjoy Italy. Or Finland. Or else...
The service is friendly but they must have been told that "the sooner guests will have finished, the more turnover we'll make and the better for you, our student employee of the season ...".
You better make reservations if you want to sit on the terrace, which you definitely should.
The place is moderatly priced: count 20 Euros per person, two crêpes and drinks included. What more could you wish for on a still sunny evening at 25 degrees C, in a bustling little village among other lazy people enjoying themselves ?
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