Monday-Tuesday in A Nous Paris, Jerome Berger awarded 3/5 dots to the 110 de Taillevent in the old Angle de.... space, at 195 rue du Faubourg St-Honore in the 8th, 01.40.74.20.20, open 7/7, with a 39 E menu, a la carte 60 E, with 100 wines by the glass as well as items such as petit pois soup, veal liver and kidneys and a chocolate tart; meanwhile Philippe Toinard gave a 3/5 to Bakkus, coordinates and review above commenting on the eggs, veal belly and fromage blanc, the former two of which needed salt.
Tuesday, in Le Fooding, Yves Nespoulous reviewed the Italian Vilia in the 12th.
On Wednesday, in Figaroscope, Emmanuel Rubin reviewed and gave two hearts to the aforementioned Masa in Boulogne-Billancourt, commenting on the eggs, quasi de veau and absinthe sorbet with strawberries as well as La Tute, coordinates given before, commenting on the anchovies, boudin and veal axoa. Getting only 1 heart were Cocotte & Canou, 3, cite de Phaisbourg in the 11th, 01.43.70.81.77, closed Saturday lunch and Sundays, costing 20-25 E for items such as terrines, an echine of pork and a shallot-chives faiselle and La Bonne Excuse, 48, rue de Verneuil in the 7th, 01.42.61.50.21, closed Sundays and Mondays, running one 35-40 E for white asparagus, merlu and honeyed apple. A busted heart was awarded to the Saint James Paris in the hotel of the same name at 43, rue Bugeaud in the 16th, 01.44.05.81.81, open 7/7 with for 80 E serves one crab, quail and a mango tart.
There were two other articles, the first on branche places for summer that Colette Monsat helped put together in the 1st, 3rd, Odeon, South Pigalle, 17th and 19th, included:
The Beef Club
La Compagnie de Bretagne
And Colette Monsat and Alice Bosio wrote about the new ice creams at the:
Jardin du Mandarin Oriental
Hugo & Victor
1T Rue Scribe
La Mere de Famille
In L’Express, Charles Patin O'Coohoon reviewed Aux Verres de Contact in the 5th, coordinates given quite a while back and Pierrick Jegu reviewed Une Midi Dans Les Vignes in Rennes.