Monday, in A Nous Paris, Jerome Berger reviewed Shirvan Cafe Metisse serving North African to Indian food, while Philippe Toinard covered the Italian Le Quosy.
Tuesday, in Le Fooding, they noted the move of a Japanese place in Pau.
Wednesday, in Figaroscope, Emmanuel Rubin went back to the well-known Le Duc in the 14th for its 50 year anniversary then reviewed his usual 5 new places, awarding 3 hearts to the previously mentioned Accents in the 2nd and 2 hearts each to the French l'Atelier Carnem, 5, rue du Pot-de-Fer in the 5th, 01.72.34.56.94 open 7/7 serving, as one would expect from the name, meat if all sorts at 40-50 E pp, and the trattoria Il Cuoco galante in the 9th. Garnering one heart each were Imago in the 9th and Bon Pot in the 2nd.
In the Figaroscope Dossier, Alice Bosio, Colette Monsat and Hugo de Saint Phalle listed places serving South-West cuisine, including: Le Troquet, La Cantine du Troquet Pereire, Bistrot Belhara, A.Noste, Au Bascou, Pottoka, Iratze, Mangetout.
And in her Paris Update, Heidi Ellison also reviewed most enthusiastically Iratze in the 11th.