Monday-Tuesday in A Nous Paris, Jerome Berger reviewed and gave 3/5 dots to Le Cette, coordinates in the 14th given before and Philippe Toinard gave 3/5 to the previously mentioned Les Climats in the 7th.
Tuesday, Matthieu Jauniau-Dallier in Le Fooding, reviewed Frenchie To Go, another offshoot of Frenchie at 9, rue du Nil in the 2nd, closed Sundays and Mondays, running one 16-35 E for sandwiches and hot dogs as well as fish and chips.
On Wednesday, in Figaroscope, Emmanuel Rubin reviewed his usual five new restaurants, giving 2 hearts to three places: the H. Kitchen, coordinates given before, mentioning the vegetables and foie gras, merlan and mango-chocolate parfait; the Italian Luisa Maria in the 6th; and the Thai Aux Trois Nages in the 16th. One heart each went to the cantine Nano, 14, rue Bachaumont in the 2nd, no telephone, closed weekends, costing 10 E for four glasses of things such as dorade ceviche, gambas and a deconstructed citron tart; ; and the Cabinet de Sa Majeste, 4, rue de la Fontaine-au-Roi in the 11th.
Figaroscope’s Dossier by Colette Monsat, Alice Bosio and Hugo de Sainte Phalle listed place to go for finger food:
Da Rosa Rive Droite
Frenchie to Go
6 Paul Bert
Pointe deu Groin
And some hot ones: Grillé, Pressing, Verjus sandwich, Freddie’s Deli, Le Richer.
In addition, Alice Bosio and Colette Monsat listed place to go for Fathers’ Day:
L’éclair de Genie
And Francois Simon’s Hache Menu reviewed the Café de la Paix, coordinates well known, where he said the biggest problem are the clients.
In L’Express this week, Kathleen Bousiquier reported that Alain Ducasse, saver of zombie restaurants [my wording] is going to give Allard a try at resuscitation and reports on a resaurant in Sydney Australia ; and Francis-Regis Gaudry reviewed Noma and several other restaurants in Copenhagen.