Friendly and efficient place opposite the old Stavelot abbey. Frites were terrific as was a baguette ham sandwich with mustard. With two cups of tea, the bill came to a very friendly €11.80.
We really wanted a drink, and called in at The Figaro. "No drinks, only food," was the greeting. So we continued on to the area overlooking the abbey ruins, and sat down at the Friterie Sebastien. And we glanced at the menu.... Irresistible. The menu...More
Without hesitation I turn to Friterie Sebastien for a quick, tasty and inexpensive meal when in the neighborhood of Stavelot. There is a cosy room behind the shop, with about 8 tables, where you can enjoy your food, or you can sit outside when the...More
visited whilst nearby for the 2014 grand prix decided to try it after reading reviews on hear what can i say lovely frites well priced and in such a great area seems the locals head here as well i would highly recommend if your in...More
Can't really fault Friterie Sebastien. The selection of food was excellent (even if we weren't sure of what much of it was!) and the service was very friendly. There are tables in the back and outside for customers so you can just as easily eat...More
Our tour group stopped in Stavelot for a couple of hours to see the sights and have lunch. We picked this place out of a whole row of cafes and restaurants and were not disappointed with our choice. We ordered a hotdog which came with...More
The fries are hand cut and the sandwiches are made fresh. The weather was balmy for April, so we could sit outside, watching life in Stavelot go by. At Friterie Sebastien you have to get your drinks yourself from the fridge and order the fries...More
Good selection of sandwiches and fast food, great for nipping away from the circuit, good enough for a nice coffee too.