Monday-Tuesday, in A Nous Paris, Jerome Berger gave 3/5 dots to Les Nautes, waterside at 1, quai des Celestins in the 4th, 01.42.74.59.53, closed Mondays & Tuesdays with lunch menus at 17.50 and 20 and dinner at 29 and 35 E, serving items such as 4-vegetable soup, tuna and an apple dessert; and Philippe Toinard reviewed and gave 3/5 dots to the Bistrot Valois, 1 bis, place de Valois in the 1st, 01.42.61.35.04, closed Sundays, costing between 30 and 50 E a la carte for items such as beef, hambourgeois and andouillette.
Tuesday, in Le Fooding, the review was of the restaurant Miles in Bordeaux.
In Wednesday’s Figaroscope, Emmanual Rubin awarded 3 hearts to the previously mentioned Le Caillebotte in the 9th, plus two hearts each to 2 two places, the Spanish Iperber in the 3rd and Paradis, 14, rue de Paradis in the 10th, 01.45.23.57.98, closed Sundays, where for about 35 E one can dine on a perfect egg, abalone & sweet onion gratin. One heart each went to 2 places, the Restaurant Marignan in the 8th and Ma Poule in the 16th.
The Dossier this week was all about new gourmand boutiques in Paris.
And Francois Simon devoted his Hache Menu to Le BAT where he recommends you go.
Sunday in the JDD, Francois Lemaire wrote up the previously mentioned Bistrot Belhara in the 7th and Aurelie Chaigneau wrote about several places already mentioned for the holidays – Monsieur Bleu, La Regalade Saint-Honore, the Beef Club and the Rose Bakery at Bon Mache.