Monday-Tuesday in A Nous Paris, Jerome Berger announced that Le Dauphin (4/5) as now open at lunch with a 30€ carte, no reservations, Closed Sundays and Mondays.
In Le Fooding, Goulven La Poulles featured the Hawaiian snack place, Ahipoke in the 10th.
Wednesday, in Figaroscope, Emmanuel Rubin reviewed his 5 new places: giving 2/5 hearts to and the Sicily-Greek place Little Mama in the 10th. All the rest got one heart: the above-mentioned Ahipoke; Bill the Butcher, 11 rue du Quatre-Septembre in the 2nd, 01.42.33.55.96, closed weekends where for 10-15€ one can dine on quinoa salad, meatballs and perfumed rice; the salad-vegetarian place, Optiun, 56, rue de la Rochefoucauld in the 9th, 01.72.38.86.81, closed Sundays and Mondays open 9h30-18, where for 12-20€ one can have items such as salads and juices; the Mauritian oriented Agalega in the 2nd.
In his Hache Menu, he reviewed the previously mentioned Aux Deux Amis and carried an interview with its “GC,” Yves Camdeborde.
Along that line, the Dossier dealt with all the Camdeborde creations: Le Comptoir du Relais, l'Avant Comptoir, l'Avant Comptoir de la Mer, l'Avant Comptoir du Marche and the Hotel Relais St-Germaine.
Heidi Ellison in Paris Updates went to the Greek-cheffed Etsi, 23-25 rue Eugène Carrière, in the 18th, 01.71.50.00.80, closed Sundays and Mondays, with a lunch menu at 18 E and a la carte about 33 E, serving dishes such as ceviche, haddock or pork and chocolate cake.
Thursday, in L’Express Styles, Francois-Regis Gaudry reviewed Orties, 24, rue Rodier, Paris in the 9th, 01.45.26.86.26, closed Sunday, Monday and Tuesday for lunch, with a 28 E 4-course menu at lunch and 45 E 7-course menu at dinner, featuring items such as lieu jaune, pintade and a petit sable.