Tuesday, in Le Fooding, Matthieu Jauniau-Dallier wrote up the Daily Syrien in the 10th, a falafel place.
On Wednesday, in Figaroscope, Emmanuel Rubin reviewed and gave two hearts to the second version of Alain Dutournier’s Pinxo, this, the Pinxo Saint-Germain, 82, rue Mazarine in the 6th, 01.43.54.02.11, open 7/7, with a 29 E menu at lunch, 50 E at dinner for items such as a creamy emulsion of oysters, duck hearts and a tourtière landaise as well as the Japanese Yoshi in the 16th. One heart each went to the Chinese dim sum place Yoom and the Italian Canaletto Caffe while Rubin gave a broken heart to Le Bœuf sur Le Toit, 34 rue du Colisee in the 8th, 01.53.93.65.55, open 7/7, which costs 40-60 E for asparagus that took 15 minutes, pathetic caesar salad and limp surloin.
And in the Dossier this week, Alice Bosio, Colette Monsat and Francois Simon wrote about veggie places:
Au Coin Bio
Au Grain de Folie
Bob’s Juice Bar
Paris vegetarian. Les meilleurs restos…et autres bonnes addresses by Alcyone Wemare, Parigramme 6 E.
However, Francois Simon steered clear of such places and instead declared as one of this spring’s best places Les Jalles, 14, rue des Capucines in the 2nd, 01 42 61 66 71.
This week in l’Express Charles Patin O'Coohoon reviewed Froggie’s Tavern in Montreuil-sur-Mer and Francois-Regis Gaudry covered the Beef Club, coordinates given already.
Saturday, Francois Simon wrote about Les Papilles Insolites in Pau.
And Sunday in the JDD Aurelie Chaigneau’s discovery of the week was Alain Milliat (6.5), coordinates given before; while her return to place was J’Go in the 9th (6). In their version femina magazine, Francois Lemarie reviewed Racines 2, 39, rue de l’Arbre-Sec in the 1st, 01.42.60.77.34, where he noted the seasoned vegetables from Annie Bertin, Iberic pork, cod and St Nectaire and gave a bunch of places for Sunday brunch: Musee Jacquemart-Andre, Chez Casimir, Helmut New Cake, Bal Café, Le Bauhinia, L’Aquarium de Paris Cineaqua, l’Aromatik + Kluger.