Monday-Tuesday in A Nous Paris, Philippe Toinard gave 3/5 dots to Les Canailles, 25 rue La Bruyere in the 9th, 01.48.74.10.48, closed weekends, formula 25, menu 33 E where two ex-Dominique Bouchet folk present items such as beef tongue, confited pork and lots of vegetables; while Jerome Berger gave the same to the a cave a manger Vino Loco, 8, rue de Paradis in the 10th, no telephone, closed weekends, where despite its name, there are items such as charcuteries, French cheeses and many wines for about 20 E.
Tuesday, in Le Fooding, Yves Nespoulous reviewed the tea salon/tartine/cookie place Telescope in the 1st.
On Wednesday, in Figaroscope, Emmanuel Rubin reviewed and gave two hearts each to two places: Les Minots, 41, rue Servan in the 11th, 01.40.21.01.28, closed Sundays, with menus at 13.50 and 15.50 E at lunch and 27 and 32 E at dinner for Thai type clams, gambas in a wok and a poire William and the Italian pizzeria Piccoli Cugini. He awarded one heart to two places: the Café Gustave, 23, ave de la Bourdonnais in the 7th, 01.47.05.04.54, open 7/7 where for 30-45 E one gets a Parisien salad, veal and frites and cheesecake as well as Le 5, 136, rue Mouffetard in the 5th, 01.45.35.73.16, closed Sunday dinner and Mondays, where for 15 and 18 E at lunch and 26 and 33 E at dinner one can have gambas raviolis, ray and lemon tart. A busted heart was awarded Tres Honore, 35, place du Marche-Saint-Honore in the 1st, 01.44.86.97.97, open 7/7, which for 60 E [sic] one gets crab cakes and over-cooked sole.
In the Dossier this week, Hugo de Saint Phalle, Alice Bosio, and Colette Monsat wrote about the new wave of English chefs in Paris, mentioning:
The BAL Café
Willi’s Wine Bar
Frenchie bar a vins
The Beef Club.
And Francois Simon really liked Albion in his Croque Notes.
This week in l’Express Francois-Regis Gaudry reviewed the Shang Palace in the 6th, coordinates given before and l’Amphitryon in Colomiers.