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La Bretagne Restaurant Review: La Bretagne is where to head when you're in the mood for a good bottle of wine, well-executed soups and classic French cuisine. This is one of those places that knowledgeable locals always remember after they've had a so-so meal somewhere else, to their regret. Those seeking the latest fusion trend or the next culinary hot-spot will do well to remember that old is not always past its prime. Start with consommés like the billi-bi, a mussels bisque, and the vichyssoise glacée, a cold leek and potato soup, as well as hors d'oeuvres of cassolette d'escargots maison and pâté de campagne. Entrées such as rognons de veau Beaugé (veal kidneys in brandy cream and Dijon mustard) and coq au vin de Bourgogne are French classics that are increasingly difficult to find elsewhere at this level of authenticity in style and preparation.