Monday, in A Nous Paris, the issue was devoted to Valentine’s Day with a feature story on African restaurants.
Tuesday, in Le Fooding, Matthieu Jaunian-Pellier reviewed the Italian restaurant Li Cuoco Galante.
Wednesday in Figaroscope, Emmanuel Rubin reviewed 5 new restaurants: giving 3 hearts to the previously mentioned Aux Plumes in the 14th; and two hearts to Brutos, a South American place in the 11th; and the French Taurus, 6 place du Marechal-Juin in the 17th, 01.45.74.71.42 closed Sunday at dinner, where for 25 and 30 at lunch or 45 E at dinner one eats items such as snails, entrecote and profiteroles. One heart only went to B. Bell in the 3rd and John Circus in the 10th.
His Hache Menu was on the restaurant Il Cottage, a pizza and fondue place.
Figaroscope’s Dossier was on all the cafes/tea salons frequented by Parisians, including:
The Armani Caffe
Manufacture Michel Cluizel
Le Salon du Pantheon
In addition the team covered several Meat (L’Avant-Comptoir du Marche, Bien Eleve, La Table de Marie-Jeanne, Melt and Flesh) and Fish ones (Istr, Belle Maison, Homies del Mar, Mersea and also Haddock & Co.)
Heidi Ellison in Paris Update went to the previously mentioned Etoile du Nord in the 10th.
Thursday, in L’Express Styles, Charles Patin O’Coohoon reviewed the well-known Simone in the 13th, that has a new chef, ex-Savoy who for 18-22 at lunch or 40 E at dinner, serves items such as encornets, bar de ligne and pigeon; other restaurants covered were the previously mentioned Pacchio in the 9th and the Korean Jium in the 15th.
Sunday, in the jdd, Aurelie Chaigneau reviewed the previously mentioned Grade-Manger (7/10; the Portugese Tasca (6.5) and Caillebotte (8/10).