Monday-Tuesday in A Nous Paris, Philippe Toinard reviewed and gave 2/5 dots to the revived Cafe Jamin, 32 Rue de Longchamp in the 16th, 01.45.53.00.07, open 7/7 with a 29 E menu at lunch (a la carte 50-60 E) serving items such as leeks, quenelle de brochet and merlan and Jerome Berger reviewed but gave to rating to Le Desnoyez, 3, rue Denoyez in the 20th, 06.61.19.18.31 closed Tuesdays and Wednesdays, a la carte about 25 E for items such as goat cheese and asparagus, merlu and clafoutis.
In Le Fooding, Gilles Dupuis reviewed the previously mentioned Detour.
Wednesday, in Figaroscope, Emmanuel Rubin reviewed his 5 new places: giving 4/5 hearts to the Japanese-French Pertinence in the 7th and 2 hearts to the steakhouse L’Etable Saint-Germain, 17, rue Clement in the 6th, 01.42.39.89.27, closed Mondays, where for 45-60 E one dines on items such as pate, queue de boeuf and entrecote. Garnering 1 heart were the tea salon Madame Croque Monsieur in the 2nd, the Maison de Savoie in the 2nd and the trattoria-pizzeria the above mentioned Pratolina.
In his Hache Menu, he reviewed Kristin Frederick’s Greenhouse.
The Dossier by Alice Bosio covered the new pop-ups, in Paris including: Celine Pham at Fulgurances, Grandcoeur, Hotel Grand Amour, L’Office, Anicia & Taste of Paris.
Heidi Ellison in Paris Updates went to the previously mentioned Dilia.
Thursday, in L’Express Styles, Francois-Regis Gaudry reviewed the previously mentioned Table du 11 in Versailles which has moved to the recently opened La Cour des Senteurs.