Tuesday, in Le Fooding, Matthieu Jauniau-Dallier wrote up Cédric Casanova’s #2 (to Tete Dans Les Olives), the Italian Restaurant Le Concervatoire de C.C. in the 10th.
On Wednesday, in Figaroscope, Emmanuel Rubin reviewed and gave two hearts to: the Argentinian Classico Argentino in the 3rd and two Japanese places: Basho in the 18th and Walaku in the 8th. He also was disappointed and gave only one heart to the 1868 restaurant in the Hotel Edmond, 22, ave de Villiers in the 17th 01.44.01.09.40 7/7 but costing 70-80 E with a 4-dish menu at 48 and 6 for 68E; one heart also went to the new generation fast food place Adam’s II in Bercy Village, 11-11 PM 7/7 costing about 8-15 E for tartines.
And in the Dossier this week, Hadrien Gonzales, Alice Bosio, Colette Monsat and Francois Simon wrote about where to get good sandwiches:
Flottes and Go
Du Bout des Doights
Le Petit Vendome
Causses La Fabrique
Du Pain…et des Crepes
And also Adam’s.
This week in l’Express Charles Patin O'Coohoon reviewed three new Corsican places: a bistrot, the Accent Corse, 123 rue de la Convention in the 15th, 01-45-54-08-62 with 18-21 E menus, 30-40 a la carte, closed Saturday lunch and Sundays ; a chic resto, the third of its name, the Villa Corse, 164, boulevard de Grenelle in the 15th, 01-53-86-70-81 with a lunch menu at 29, a la carte 50-60 E, closed Sundays ; and an epicerie, Mary, 8, rue Nollet in the 17th, 09-67-04-91-03 closed Mondays. In addition Andrea Petrini reviewed the Brazier Wine Bar in Lyon.