Monday-Tuesday in A Nous Paris, Jerome Berger reviewed and gave 3/5 dots to the previously mentioned Le Duc in the 14thand Philippe Toinard gave 5/5 to Orties, 24 rue Rodier in the 9th, 01.45.26.86.26, closed Sundays and Mondays costing 28 E at lunch and 45 E at dinner for items such as mackerel, risotto and avocado.
In Le Fooding, Tuesday, Aïtor Alfonso reviewed Tomette, 23, rue de Cotte in the 12th, 01.53.17.09.91, closed Sundays and Mondays costing 16-35 E for sausage, tete de veau and rice pudding.
Wednesday, in Figaroscope, Emmanuel Rubin reviewed his 5 new places: giving 3/5 hearts to the Brazilian BBQ place, Maloka Fogo et Brasa in the 7th; and 2 hearts each to the well-known Grand 8 in the 18th and the Café de l’Epoque as well as the South American Isana in the 9th. Garnering only 1 heart was Le Café Le Cordon Bleu in the 15th.
In his Hache Menu, he reviewed the Atelier du Tartare, 1, place des Deux-Ecus in the 1st, 09.73.63.34.67, closed Sundays, where for a minimum of 40 E (17 E at lunch) one dines on tartares and raw items from fish to meat.
The Dossier by Alice Bosio, Colette Monsat and Hugo de Saint-Phalle covered 10 pocket-restaurants: Le Garde-Manger Wagram, Papa Sapiens, Opoa, Rose Bakery Take Away, Le Bel Ordinaire, Lastre Sans Apostrophe, Edmond, Pastificio Passerini, Terroirs d’Avenir & Federation Francaise de l’Aperitif.
Heidi Ellison in Paris Update went to the previously mentioned L’Office in the 9th.
Thursday, in L’Express Styles, Francois-Regis Gaudry reviewed the restaurant du Palais Royal, where a new chef had reigned for 2 years.
Finally, on Sunday, in the jdd, Aurelie Chaigneau covered 3 “foreign places” Desi Road in the 6th (7.5/10), Ahipoke in the 10th (7), and Pizza di Loretta in the 9th (7).