Monday-Tuesday in A Nous Paris, Jerome Berger awarded 2/5 dots to A La Marguerite, coordinates given before, while Philippe Toinard gave a hearty 3/5 to MaSa, 112, ave Victor Hugo in B/B, (the former Ducote Cuisine space), 01.48.25.49.20, closed weekends, with lunch menus at 35 and 42 E and dinner for 48 or 68 E, where he commented on the mackerel, rouget and yuzu sorbet.
Tuesday, in Le Fooding, Yves Nespoulous reviewed Pan, 12 rue Martel in the 10th, 09.52.51.63.70, closed Sundays and Mondays, run by three English speaking ladies, costing 16 to 35 € for herbed bread, gnocchi with tomatoes, cote de bœuf and ice creams.
On Wednesday, in Figaroscope, Emmanuel Rubin reviewed and gave three/four hearts to the newly patroned Chez Marcel, 7 rue Stanislas in the 6th, 01.45.48.29.94, closed weekends, which has a 19 E lunch formula but runs 40-50 E a la carte for items such as patagos, roast duck and nut ice cream. Then he judged three places merited only one heart each: La Parizienne, 42, pl du Marche Saint Honore in the 1st, 01.42.61.48.43, open 7/7, costing about 40 E for gazpacho, chicken breast and scallops; Suan Thai in the 4th and the Fernot brothers fast-food AngloSaxon food court place the Boco Bercy Village in the 12th. A busted heart went to La Table d’Aligre, 11 pl d’Aligre in the 12th, closed Mondays, 01.43.07.84.88, costing 35-50 E or lunch menus at 14.50 and 17.50 E for anchovies, barbue, cod and fougerolle cherries.
Figaroscope’s Dossier by Colette Monsat, Alice Bosio, Emmanuel Rubin and Hugo de Saint Phalle covered places to eat for 6, 8 or 10:
Le Beef Club
Bistro de la Muette
Le Conservatoire de Cedric Casanova.
But Francois Simon, instead, went alone to the Petit Bar, 7, rue de Mont-Thabor in the 1st, 01.42.60.62.09, closed Sundays, spending 25.20 on an oeuf mayo, roast beef with fries and a strawberry tart; he says to go because it’s affordable, adorable and honest.
In L’Express Marie-Amal Bizalon reviewed La Table de Patrick Raingeart in Eze-Bord-de-Mer.
And Francois Simon’s Croque-Notes covered Florence restaurants as well as the pizzeria run by the Rebellato family in the 16th.