Monday-Tuesday in A Nous Paris, Jerome Berger reviewed and gave 3/5 dots to the previously mentioned Bistro Urbain in the 10th; Philippe Toinard awarded 3/5 dots to the Le Petit Champerret, coordinates given before, which has a new chef trained by Vigato, Pégouret & Rouchon serving items such as langoustine raviolis, pork, scallops and desserts.
Tuesday, Yves Nespoulous in Le Fooding, wrote up another bar à vins et cave à manger Les Rouquins, 146, rue du Chateau in the 14th, 01.45.39.78.99, closed Sundays and Mondays, costing 15 E or less for sausages, beef tartare and cheese.
On Wednesday, in Figaroscope, Emmanuel Rubin reviewed and gave two hearts to the previously mentioned Bones as well as Le Flamboire, 54, rue Blanche in the 9th, 06.95.01.77.38, closed Sundays which serves (for 30-50 E) a terrine, cote de boeuf and chocolate mousse. He gave one heart each to: the Café Pinson, Felicity Lemon and Septime La Cave.
The Dossier this week by Hugo de Saint Phalle and Colette Monsat was about dishes with honey:
Lotte at 6 New York
Pork Ribs at Play Off
Milk-fed pork at Sardegna a Tavola
Spanish ham at Minimes
Hot dog at Little Fernand
Roast duck at Petite Tonneau + Chez Marcel
Francois Simon, went to the off-shoot of Villaret L’Essentiel.
This week’s L’Express dealt with places to eat during the Chinese New Year.