Monday-Tuesday in A Nous Paris, Smael Bouaici and Carine Chenaux covered various places with terraces for summer activities, including dining:
La Terrace du Wanderlust
Le Westin Paris-Vendome
Terrazza Martini Champs-Elysees
Jardin du muse du quai Branly
Le Carre Rouge par Les Diners d’Eloise
Le Point Ephemere
Le Café A
Le 25 Degres Est
La Villette Enchantee
Tuesday, in Le Fooding, Yves Nespoulous reviewed the Tapas/Pincho/Wine Bar/creator’s cuisine place Pierre-Sang Boyer run by a Top chef at 55, rue Oberkampf in the 11th, no telephone, no hours listed, costing 16-35 E, which serves everything from radishes to sauteed foie gras.
On Wednesday, in Figaroscope, Emmanuel Rubin reviewed and gave two hearts to Les Canailles in the 9th, coordinates given before, where he noted the green asparagus, tete de veau and baba. Then he gave one/four hearts to four places, the previously covered A La Marguerite in the 1st, noting the cactus-type prices, so-so asparagus and overly thick veal carpaccio; the burger/cheesecake bobocratic Canal St-Martinish Le Mal Barre, 47 rue Lucien-Sampaix in the 10th, 09.54.28.84.12, closed for Sunday dinner, costing 20-25 E; the eggs-served-all-ways Oh My Coque, 21, rue Le Peletier in the 9th, 01.45.23.02.57, closed weekends, costing 10-15 E; and the micro-trattoria L’Alimentari in the 4th.
Then the Dossier by Alice Bosio, Colette Monsat, Emmanuel Rubin and Hugo de Saint Phalle covered the new terraces of summer 2012:
Les Jardins Plein Ciel
Le Jardin du Mardarin Oriental
La Mauvaise Reputation
Le Cabanon de l’Ecailler
La Cantine du Troquet Dupleix
Les Grandes Tables
And Francois Simon, in his Hache Menu, went to L'Assiette in the 14th, coordinates well known where he says to go, that the prices (120 E/couple) are typical of the area.
In L’Express, Francois Lemarie wrote of the explosion of food places on the rue Sainte Marthe in the 10th:
Cedric Casanova’s La Tete dans the olives and Le Conservatoire
And Anne-Laure Pham tested the first Chipolte in the 9th, next to McDo’s.
Saturday, Francois Simon, in his Croque Notes, went to the Terrace of the Raphael for a view and final glass of wine after a 100 E meal.
Sunday, in the JDD, Francois Lemarie went to Les Jalles and Aurelie Chaigneau deemed: Tres Honore to be her address of Sunday (6/10), Le Petit Cheval de Manege to be her discovery of the week (7) and L’Aubrac Corner her “Return to” one (5). Another article she wrote featured 5 nice terraces a bit out of Paris:
O Restaurant in Levellois-Perret
Chez Gegene in Joinville-le-Pont
Les Etangs de Corot in the Ville d’Avray
La Grande Verriere in the Bois de Boulogne
Trianon Palace Versailles.