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Beau Monde Restaurant Review: Everything old seems new again with crêpes back on the scene. There is no more pleasant place to have them than in this restored house in Queen Village. Crêpes are a Breton tradition and these are “le vrai” articles, made with buckwheat or plain flour. Onlookers can watch them being made on imported cast iron griddles from the windows overlooking Bainbridge. Starters include a selection of three pâtés served properly with cornichons, or a salad with thin-sliced duck breast. Entrée crêpes are golden envelopes that may contain smoked salmon, coq au vin or roasted leeks. Dessert crêpes may be filled with apples, goat cheese and crème fraîche or berries, lemon curd and lemon sorbet. Upstairs, you’ll find live music, drag shows and more at L’Etage cabaret.