Monday-Tuesday, in A Nous Paris, Jerome Berger reviewed and gave 3/5 dots to the cantine Scarlett & le cochon volant, 5, rue de Romainville in Les Lilas (93), (closed Sunday lunch and Mon-Weds dinner) 09.67.39.56.88, where on lunch formulas of 12 and 14 E and about 25 E a la carte dinner one can have items such as a sausage-apple tart, cod brandade and pineapple-coco-rum cake; while Philippe Toinard reviewed and gave 3/5 to trendy Saperlipopette, 9, place du Theatre, Puteaux (92) 01.41.37.00.00, open 7/7 where for 42 E (menu) and 55-65 E a la carte, one can have salmon with cream, daurade and a Carambar éclair.
This week in Le Fooding, Yves Nespoulous wrote up two places: the bar a vins/cave a manger Sauvage, 60, rue du Cherche-Midi in the 6th, 06.88.88.48.23, open Sunday lunch, closed Mondays, where for 20-25 E one can have Utah Beach oysters, smoked ham warm sausage, pork cheeks and rice pudding; and the café/neo-bistrot Dersou, 21, rue Saint-Nicolas in the 12th, 09.81.01.12.73, closed Sundays and Mondays, where for 36-50 E one eats cantine de quartier items at lunch (soups, croquettes and a treacle tart) and at night with electro pop one has cocktail pairings, smoked ham and apple sables.
Wednesday in Figaroscope, in Emmanuel Rubin’s Hache Menu he reviewed the well-known night spot Castel and he then reviewed his 5 new places, awarding 3 hearts to the previously mentioned Gare auGorille in the 17th as well as 3 two-heart places: the previously mentioned Le Timbre in the 6th and The Beast in the 3rd and the Sicilian Les Amis de Messina in the 2nd. Getting a broken heart was L'Alsace in the 8th.
Figarocope’s Dossier by Colette Monsat, Alice Bosio and Hugo de Saint Phalle was about what’s happening around Oberkampf, mentioning: Pierre Sang on Gambey L’Acolyte Chambelland Café Chilango L’1 K Le Clown Bar
A second article by Alice Bosio was about the best frites in Paris at: Maison F De Clerq Big Fernand Frenchie to Go The Sunken Chip
Wednesday, also, Heidi Ellison in Paris Update reviewed the aforementioned Le Verre Volé sur Mer in the 10th enthusiastically.
Thursday, in L’Express, François-Régis Gaudry reviewed the previously mentioned Gare au Gorille.
Monday-Tuesday, in A Nous Paris, Philippe Toinard reviewed and gave 3/5 to the Quinte in the 16th where there has been no new address, no new concept or new chef ; and his colleague Jerome Berger awarded 4/5 to the aforementioned Gare au Gorille in 17th.
Tuesday in Le Fooding, Yves Nespoulous wrote that Yam’cha had opened a take-out shop at 4, rue Sauval and reviewed an Italian sandwicherie La Petite Table in the 3rd.
Wednesday in Figaroscope, in Emmanuel Rubin’s Hache Menu he reviewed the Patisserie des Tuileries, 3, place des Pyramides in the 1st Sebastien Gaudard’s 2nd place after 3 years on the Rue des Martyrs and he then reviewed his 5 new places, awarding 3 hearts to the previously mentioned Nakatani in the 7th and 2 hearts to the previously mentioned Verre Vole Sur Mer in the 10th, the fondue place La Fruitiere in the 12th, and Le Beaumarchais, 21, blvd Beaumarchais in the 4th, 01.49.96.47.00, open 7/7, serving items such as crab/crevettes salad, duck breast and fresh fruits. One heart went to ex-Top Chef Ruben Sarfatti’s Spontini 50 in the 2nd.
Figarocope’s Dossier was about the best oeufs Mayo in town and listed as the top 4: Le Voltaire, La Closerie de Lilas, La Fontaine de Mars and Flottes.
Wednesday, also, Heidi Ellison in Paris Update reviewed the aforementioned Dix Huit in the 17th.
Thursday, in L’Express, François-Régis Gaudry reviewed Plomodiern in the Finistère.
Saturday, Stephane Durand-Souffland in Minutes Gourmandes in Figaro reviewed well-known LesSouffles de Recamier in the 7th.