Chemins de Bretagne
Although China is present in name only, this is nonetheless a delightfully plush place to meet for drinks, with deep leather couches, a...
Le Square Trousseau
This vintage (c 1900) bistro with etched glass, zinc bar and polished wood panelling has become a Parisian landmark of sorts – you won’t...
Lonely Planet review
Can’t live without buttery kouign amann (a kind of Breton cake)? Sights set on cidre (cider)? This is the place to go for all things Breton – from fish products and cakes to organic herbal teas and sea salt.