Monday-Tuesday in A Nous Paris, Philippe Toinard reviewed the newest inhabitant to the Rue Daguerre, Anthocyane, at #63 in the 14th, 01.43.27.86.02, closed Sundays and Mondays which costs 59 at dinner or 39 E at lunch (with liquids included) for items such as poulpe, a perfect egg, with parmesan and chorizo and an exotic vacherin.
Tuesday, Le Fooding had a review by Matthieu Jauniau-Dallier, of L’Avant-comptoir de la Mer, where bar stools are forbidden, at #3 carrefour de l’Odeon, open 7/7, 01 42 38 47 55, where Camdeborde is serving various shellfish and tuna for 6-12 E per plate.
Wednesday, in Le Figaroscope, Alice Bosio and Colette Monsat wrote up the new restaurants representing the regions of France:
Pascade – Aveyron
A Noste - South-West
Les Nicois – Cote d’Azur
L’Amarre – Brittany
L’Alivi – Carsica
Cote 2 Boeuf – Aveyron & Auvergne
In addition, they with Hugo de Saint Phalle rated and wrote about restaurants in Paris serving sausage and puree, giving the #1 spot to Lazare.
And Emmanuel Rubin’s Hache Menu covered the return to the Rue de Ponthieu in the 8th of Mathis, currently only serving dinner, which he says merits a visit but not a revisit.
In his reviews of 5 new places this week he gave 2 hearts to two places: the Bistrot Paradis, 55, rue Paradis in the 10th, 01.42.26.59.93, closed Sundays and Mondays, where for 45-50 or 38 E at lunch one dines on items such as pigs’ feet, quail and a reversed cream as well as the South American La Cevicheria Martel. Getting one heart were Le Camion Qui Fume in the 2nd, the Taiwan-Japanese Ai Hsu in the 11th and the expensive M Georges in the 8th.
Also Wednesday, Heidi Ellison in Paris Update reviewed the previously mentioned Jacques Faussat-La Braisière; mostly great for food.
This week in L’Express Styles, Mina Soundiram reviewed the previously mentioned Grand Amour and Francois-Regis Gaudry reviewed Elmer, see below.
Sunday in the jdd version femina, ED reviewed J-F Piege’s new Grand restaurant, 7, rue d’Aguesseau in the 8th, 01.53.05.00.00, closed weekends, running one 80 at lunch and 180-200 E at dinner for items such as an emulsion of shellfish and caviar, scallops and a blanc-manger; while in the jdd, Aurelie Chaigneau gave 8/10 to Elmer, 30 rue ND de Nazareth in the 3rd, 01.43.56.22,95 closed Sundays and Saturday and Monday lunches where it costs one 45-50 E without liquids for items such as chicken, pork and olive grapefruit; also the previously mentioned Kunitoraya (7) and Caffe Stern (6).