Monday-Tuesday in A Nous Paris, Jerome Berger reviewed and gave 3/5 dots to the previously mentioned Rendez-vous des chaffeurs in the 18th while Philippe Toinard awarded 3/5 dots to Bistrotters, 9, rue Decres in the 14th, 01.45.45.58.59, closed Sundays and Mondays, where there’s a 32 E menu with items such as pate, croustillant of pork and lots of seasonal vegetables.
Tuesday, Yves Nespoulous in Le Fooding, reviewed Mary Celeste, a Bar à vins and cave à manger, poissons et fruits de mer, named after an 1830 American ghost ship 1, rue Commines in the 3rd, 01.23.45.67.89, opening evenings 7/7 and serving oysters, beef jerky and Brooklyn Lager on tap and the Viet namese Chez Joy in the 14th.
On Wednesday, in Figaroscope, Emmanuel Rubin reviewed and gave three hearts to L’Atelier Rodier, coordinates given before and three places got 2 hearts, - Le Gagnage, 46, rue Falguiere in the 15th, 01.43.22.54.48, closed Sundays and Mondays running one about 35 E with a weekday lunch formula at 22 E and another, all the time at 27 E for items such as langoustines, minced duck and canaille with praline cream – plus the Italian Da Rosa Rive Droite and the previously mentioned Bistrotters in the 14th. One heart was awarded another Italian place – Mastino.
The Dossier this week was centered on Dim Sum.
And, Francois Simon, went to A La Marguerite in the 1st, coordinates given before – he says “Go.”
This week’s L’Express featured one review by Francois-Regis Gaudry of Top Chef Florent Ladeyn’s L'Auberge du VertMont, in Boeschepe (Nord) and lots about the new Michelin Red Guide; the following were the Bib Gourmand’s for Paris :
Paris 2e Brasserie Gallopin
Paris 2e Zinc Opéra
Paris 5e Aux Verres de Contact
Paris 5e Terroir Parisien
Paris 7e Florimond
Paris 7e Pottoka
Paris 8e Chez Cécile-La Ferme des Mathurins
Paris 8e Pomze
Paris 9e L'Office
Paris 14e Le Cornichon
Paris 15e La Cantine du Troquet Duplex
Paris 16e Atelier Vivanda
Paris 17e Bistro Sormani
Paris 17e Le Bouchon et l'Assiette
Paris 17e Le Clou de la Fourchette
Paris 17e Le Dodin de Marc Singer
Paris 17e L'Escient
Paris 20e Le Baratin
Saturday, Francois Simon’s Croque-Notes ended with a plea – “Alors, demandons aux chefs de revenir un peu plus a leurs fourneaux." In addition, Stephane Durand-Souffland wrote an article about Le Gallopin (not Galopin) and its being named a Michelin Bib Gourmand - to my eyes, only because they reduced the prices of the formula and lunch menu 10 centimes from 2012 – well if that’s what it takes to get Michelin’s attention, so be it.
Sunday, in the JDD, Aurelie Chaigneau named her address of Sunday as The Beef Club, coordinates given before (7.5/10), discovery of the week La Regalade Conservatoire (8), 7-9, rue du Conservatoire in the 9th, closed Saturday lunch and Sundays, 01.44.83.83.67, with a 35 E menu-carte with items such as risotto, gambas, chicken and a pot au crème au chocolat; and returned to Il Carpaccio (8). In addition Francois Lamaire reviewed Le 6 Paul Bert, coordinates given before.