Reviews of reviews: The week of March 25th, 2013
Monday-Tuesday in A Nous Paris, Philippe Toinard reviewed and gave 3/5 dots to Le Verre Moutarde, 145 rue Saussere in the 17th, 01.42.27.35.55. closed weekends, where a lunch formula is 13.90 and menu is 29.50 E – serving dishes like a gigot, salmon, beef parmentier and French toast; meanwhile Jerome Berger gave 3/5 to Le Village, 11, rue du Laos in the 15th, 07.86.87.30.95, closed weekends with a formula at 15.50 (lunch) and a la carte 30 E for charcuterie, oeuf mayo, and South-West dishes, Salers entrecote and reasonably priced wines.
Tuesday, Philippe Lafon, in Le Fooding, reviewed the Restaurant La Tablée de Jeannot in Ronze.
Wednesday in Figaroscope, Emmanuel Rubin reviewed and gave 2 hearts to the Bar de l’Entreacte at the Hotel Montaigne, 6, ave Montaigne in the 8th, 01.80.97.40.03, open 7/7 where for 80 E (that’s correct) one can have lox, gambas snackees and a fondant of chocolate. Otherwise he gave 4 places one heart each: the very American Allen’s Market in the 10th, the sandwich Le Parisien in the 3rd, the country table Relais Chardon in the 16th, and Chez Christophe in the 17th.
The Dossier this week by Colette Monsat, Alice Bosio, Anne-Laure Brougalay and Francois Simon rated the best religieuses au Chocolat as follows:
1 – Rollet Pradier
Gerard Mulot & Boulanger de Monge
Duc de la Chapelle
And Francois Simon went to Le Grand Huit in the 18th, coordinates well-known, and breaking with tradition doesn’t say whether or not to go.
This week’s L’Express had a review by Charles Patin O’Coohoon of Jeanne B., coordinates already given; Francois-Regis Gaudry reviewed the Japanese Miss Ko in the 8th; and Pierrick Jegu reviewed Les Tourcelles in Ille-et-Viliare.