Monday-Tuesday in A Nous Paris, Jerome Berger reviewed and gave 3/5 dots to the previously mentioned Accents in the 2nd and Philippe Toinard gave 3/5 to Lahaut, 70, ave Franklin-Roosevelt is Suresnes, 01.45.06.22.66, closed weekends where for 50-65 E one can dine on pate en croute, merlu and a marquise of chocolate.
In Le Fooding, Goulven Le Pollès reviewed Margo, 9, rue Jean-Pierre Timbaud in the 11th, 01.43.38.52.19, closed Mondays and open only for dinner, serving mackerel, beet carpaccio, and brioche with caramel for 35-50 E.
Wednesday, in Figaroscope, Emmanuel Rubin reviewed his 5 new places: giving 3/5 hearts to Detour, 15, rue de la Tour-des-Dames in the 9th, 01.45.26.21.48, closed Sundays and Mondays, serving veal carpaccio, pork belly and floating island for 32 (4 plates) or 45 (6 plates). Then he awarded 2 hearts to 3 places: the Japanese Yoko Bourse and Motto Berger as well as the previously mentioned Tomette in the 12th. Garnering one heart was the Bistrot Regent in the 9th.
In his Hache Menu, he reviewed the pizza place, Popolare, in the 2nd which because of my self-imposed rule about non-French food I’ll he suggests you go.
The Dossier by Alice Bosio, Colette Monsat and Hugo de Saint-Phalle covered the best places to eat blanquettes de veau, from top to bottom: Bistrot Paul Bert, Champeaux, Ferrandaise, Villaret, La Vieille, Chez Monsieur, Petit Retro, Grand Colbert, Fontaine de Mars, Lipp, Cinq Mars, Mesturet, Deux Magots & Aux Marches.
Heidi Ellison in Paris Updates went to the previously mentioned Tous.
Thursday, in L’Express Styles, Francois-Regis Gaudry reviewed the previously mention Bar des Pres in the 6th.
Finally, on Sunday, in the jdd, Aurelie Chaigneau covered La Laverie, 122 rue Caulincourt in the 18th, 01.44.85.73.15, closed Mondays and Tuesdays (7/10) which for 35-40 E serves items such mozzarella, cod and a brownie; and the previously mentioned Japanese burger place Motto in the 8th (7) and Thoumieux in the 7th (7).