Monday, in A Nous Paris, Philippe Toinard reviewed and gave 3/5 dots to Chouette, 87, rue des Pyrenees in the 20th, 09.86.44.93.58, closed Sundays and Mondays where for 28 & 32 a la carte or 15 and 18 E at lunch, one dines on items such as pea gazpacho, a bavette with pepper sauce and a lemon meringue tart. They also mention Bien Elevé, 47, Rue Richer in the 9th which celebrates meats of quality beginning at 17 E and the Italian Osteria Ferrara in the 11th..
Tuesday, in Le Fooding, Matthieu Jauniau-Dallier reviewed Quinsou, 33, rue de l’abbé Gregoire in the 6th, 01.42.22.66.09, closed Sundays and Mondays, where for 36-50 E or a 35 E menu at lunch, one dines on items such as paigre de line, nettle soup or figs with honey.
Wednesday, in Figaroscope, Alice Bosio listed the best places to go for fondues:
Le Chalet Savoyard
Les Fondus de la Raclette
Le Chalet de Neuilly
Pain Vin Fromage
Heureux Comme Alexandre St Michel
Le Chalet d’Avron
And she, Colette Monsat and Hugo de Saint Phalle listed places to go for a single dish each day of the week:
Monday Cassoulet at Chez Allard
Tuesday Coq au Vin at Coq Rico
Wednesday Encornets a la Setoise at the Brasserie Barbes
Thursday Blanquette de Veau at Champeaux
Friday Brandade de Morue at Lazare
Saturday Roast Chicken at Flottes
Sunday Sunday Roast at Floyd’s
Emmanuel Rubin reviewed his usual 5 new restaurants; awarding 3 hearts to the “New York Oyster Bar-esque Istr, 41, rue Notre Dame de Nazareth (yes, the old Jeune Rue), 01.43.56.81.25, closed Saturday at lunch, Sundays and Mondays, where for 23 at lunch or 40+ E at dinner one fines on such items as a cassolette of curried shellfish, magret de canard and crepes Suzette. He then awarded 2 hearts each to Anouk, 34, rue Jean-Mermoz in the 8th, 01.49.52.99.71, open 7/7, costing one 30 E for 2 plates without liquids; things like smoked ham and rabbit pappardelle; the above mentioned Bien Elevé in the 9th 01.45.81.44.35 closed Sundays and Mondays; the Thai, Chef Thai in the 3rd; and the burger place Ellis Gourmet Burger in the 12th.
For his Hache Menu he went to the frog-oriented Rainettes in the 4th, 09.86.59.63.85, closed Mondays, open Tues-Thurs for dinner and Fri, Sat & Sun for lunch and dinner.
Wednesday as well, Heidi Ellision in Paris Update enthusiastically reviewed Cézembre which I’ve mention before.
Thursday, in L'Express Styles, Francois-Regis Gaudry reviewed the L’Arcane, 19 rue Lamarck in the 18th, 01.46.06.86.00, closed Tuesdays and Wednesdays, where the chef (ex-Crissier) Laurent Manin and pastry chef (Elise Guiroy) provide dishes such as vitello tonnato, risotto with ecrevisses and a nut dessert for 29 at lunch and 39-65 E at dinner depending on the number of dishes one has; and Charles Patin O'Coohoon reviewed the previously mentioned Sequana in the 1st.