Monday-Tuesday, in A Nous Paris, Philippe Toinard, reviewed and gave 4/5 dots to the “restaurant of the rentree” famed Singapore chef Andre Chiang’s Porte 12, 12 rue des Messageries in the 10th (the old Café Panique space) 01.42.46.22.64, closed Saturday lunch, Sunday and Monday, with lunch menus at 28 and 35 and dinner at 58 and 65 E for items such as a risotto of soy sprouts, “exploding” melon capsule, merlan and interesting sounding desserts; meanwhile Jerome Berger reviewed and gave 3/5 dots to the previously mentioned Pages in the 16th.
Tuesday in Le Fooding, Matthieu Jauniau-Dallier reviewed Porte 12, as well.
Wednesday in Figaroscope, there was 8 page section on bars of the palace hotels, declaring the Meurice's the best.
And also on Wednesday in Figaroscope, Emmanuel Rubin’s Hache Menu called the chef at Porte 12 a great talent. He then reviewed 5 new places, awarding 3 hearts to the aforementioned A. Noste and 2 hearts each to previously mentioned L’Atelier Vivanda II in the 6th; the Viet Namese Nha Que in the 11th; and Le Vieux Crapaud, 16, rue Lauriston in the 16th, 01.73.75.10.00, closed weekends, which for 50-60 E, serves ox tail salad, pigs’ ears and lentils. He rated one, one heart for the cave a manger Au Vin sur la Planche, 38, rue Condorcet in the 9th, 01.44.63.86.58, closed Mondays, which for between 20 and 30 E serves items such as duck with potatoes, cakes by Rachel and good wines
Figaroscope’s Dossier by Hugo de Saint Phalle and Colette Monsat is on where to get ceviche:
And also the Bar a Huitres
And Alice Bosio and Colette Monsat wrote about locavore places:
Pierre Sang Boyer in Oberkampf
Le Comptoir Tempero
And, and Hadrien Gonzales wrote more about food trucks:
Chinese Mum Dim Sum
Argentinian El Carrito de Clasico
Breton Breizh Truck
Gascon Canard Huppe
Wednesday, also, Heidi Ellison in Paris Update reviewed the relocated and bigger Le Gaigne and found it underwhelming.