Couldn’t resist to make my own post on Le Sable. The kids have been having a good time every now and then in this cafe.
Well, actually, they’ve been going a whole lot. Luckily though, Le Sable is offering vouchers – 10 vouchers for 500,000 VND or 20 vouchers for 800,000 VND. Each voucher allows your child 1 hour of absolute fun! 😛
The sand pit is a hit with the kids and honestly, Le Sable has become quite popular for playgroups so it’s not unusual to see a group of moms with their kiddos during early mornings.
There’s a place for small kids and big kids to play.
Another favorite is the train station.
There’s a reading corner too!
Rafa likes playing grocery but has mistaken the barcode reader for a phone! 😀
I’m really digging the breastfeeding/diaper changing room. Rafa has been using it as his secret play place.
My favorite drink here is their Lemonade or Mocha Latte. Ricky, the owner mans the coffee station and cashier. He’s also the cafe’s photographer. Le Sable is his wife’s idea and concept.
For me, this is my favorite part of the cafe —
What’s nice is that Le Sable have attendants that really take care and entertain the kids. You can really sit back, enjoy your coffee, and read a book without worrying what your kids are up to.
Le Sable is open from 8:30 am to 8:30 pm.
Cool. Seems there’s quite a few places like this that cater to kids and their mums here. Good to see.
this is one of the best places to take small kids. The owner is kid friendly and always updating his place. The staff as you mentioned are attentive and friendly.
I saw the address but I could not know the way to come, I couldn’t find your contact number .
Please give me your contact number , if possible
Go to Sky Garden 3 and up the stairs in front of Queenland Mart. Then walk to the end of the promenade. It’s at the last building to your right.