Monday, A Nous Paris kicked off the week with Jerome Berger’s review of the previously mentioned Odelle and Alexis Chenu wrote about Saucette, the sausage-centered place also previously mentioned.
Tuesday, Le Fooding covered the Austrian Otto.
Then Wednesday, in Figaroscope Emmanuel Rubin had a wonderful meal at the previously mentioned Polissons in the 18th but quite a disappointing week for his 5 other new places: giving 2 hearts to the Nordic Maison Nordique in the 8th; and one heart each to the biblical-oriental Shirvan in the 8th; Indian Bollyman in the 9th; Asiatic Co Ba in the 2nd; and reprised French place – Aux Crus de Bourgogne in the 2nd.
Figaroscope’s Dossier by Alice Bosio and Colette Monsat rated lemon tarts in the city; deeming the top to be from Des Gateaux et du Pain in the 7th.
Wednesday as well, Heidi Ellison in Paris Update covered the already mentioned Vivre.
Thursday, in L’Express Styles, Charles Patin O’Coohoon reviewed the previously mentioned Le Passage in the 5th and Jordan Moilim reviewed the street food B. Bell in the 3rd.
Sunday, in the jdd, Aurleie Chaigneau reviewed the previously mentioned Flora Danica in the 8th (7/10) the previously mentioned Fichon (7.5/10) in the 18th, and the Japanese Soma in the 3rd (7.5/10). In the version femina, Julie Gerbet covered new meat places, all previously mentioned – Brutos in the 11th, Clover Grill in the 1st, Melt in the 11th, and Bien Eleve in the 9th.