Monday, in A Nous Paris, Jerome Berger gave 3 dots to Polissons, 35 rue Ramey in the 18th, closed Sundays and Mondays, 06.46.63.57.50, where for 17 and 21 E at lunch and a la carte 40 at dinner one can dine on items such as celery remoulade, pot-au-feu and a chocolate biscuit and Philippe Toinard reviewed and gave 3/5 dots to the previously mentioned Loiseau Rive Gauche in the 7th.
Wednesday in Figaroscope, Emmanuel Rubin reviewed new restaurants; most either mentioned before or non-French: giving 3 hearts to the Japanese Kaiseki Saint-Honore in the 1st and the previously mentioned Les Petits Princes in Suresnes. Two hearts went to the Chinese 890 in the 2nd and 1 heart only to Le grand Bol and Frou Frou.
Emmanuel Rubin also went (in his Hache Menu) to the previously mentioned Danish Copenhague in the 8th.
Figaroscope’s Dossier by Alice Bosio , Colette Monsat and Hugo de Saint-Phalle concerned places to have one great dish:
Chez Rainettes - Frogs' legs
Chez Passerini - Tripes
Chez Sardegna a Tavola - Horsemeat
La Cevicheria - Raw fish
Au Baratin - Ris de Veau
Au Villaret - Gibier
Chez Wild & the Moon - Vegan
, and Colette Monsat listed all the new places that serve dishes to be shared by two: Elmer, Thioumieux, Passerini, Mamma Primi, Antoine, Hugo Desnoyer, Gallina & Bouillon.
Wednesday as well, Heidi Ellision in Paris Update went to the previously mentioned Montée.
Thursday, in L’Express Styles, Mina Soundiram reviewed Julien Deboué (A Noste)’s new corn-centered place, Corn-r, 21 rue des Pyrenees in the 1st, 07.50.15.93.17, closed weekends where for 13 and 16 E at lunch one can have “maisotto”, salad and corn desserts and Francois-Regis Guidry reviewed the previously mentioned 6 Paul Bert in the 11th.