Monday-Tuesday in A Nous Paris, Jerome Berger gave 4/5 dots to the new chef (Luigi Nastri) at La Gazzeta.
Tuesday in Le Fooding there was a review of the Spanish/tapas place, Chloe.S in the 9th.
Wednesday in Figaroscope, Emmanuel Rubin reviewed and gave 2/4 hearts to two places: La Maison, 7, rue Marie-Stuart in the 2nd, 01.42.21.00.79, closed Mondays and brunch on Sundays, serving items such as tapas style pimentos, razor clams and Sicilian ratatouille at night only; and the previously mentioned and reviewed Franck Enee in the 1st. Garnering one heart each were Les Vinaigriers in the 10th, La Table d’Eugenie in the 16th and Cap Breton in the 9th.
The Dossier this week by Alice Bosio, Colette Monsat and Hugo de Saint Phalle was on restaurants featuring the food of countries around the Mediterranean, the sole French one being the aforementioned Les Nicois.
And Emmanuel Rubin in the Hache Menu went to the tapas-oriented Farago in the 10th.
Wednesday as well, Heidi Ellison in Paris Update mentioned Les Vinaigriers.
Thursday, in l’Express, Ulla Majoube reviewed Top Chef 2012 Tabata Bonardi’s restaurant Marguerite in Lyon, announced that Chipotle, which she calls “Le plus grand restaurant au monde“ is opening a branch in La Defense at the end of March and that Michel Troisgros will move Troisgros from near the Train Station in Roanne to 10 km away to a big park in 2017; and Francois-Regis Gaudry reported that La Gazzetta has refound its Italian accent under Luigi Nastri’s hands.
Sunday in the JDD, Francois Lemaire wrote up the previously mentioned Coretta in the 17th and Aurelie Chaigneau gave the previously mentioned Jeanne B. 7/10, Bistrot Bellet 7.5/10 and Cristal de Sel a 8/10.