Monday-Tuesday, in A Nous Paris, Jerome Berger reviewed and gave 3/5 dots to Le Vaisseau Vert, 10, rue de Parme in the 9th, 0149.70.03.55, closed weekends at lunch and Sunday on Monday for dinner, which is another place serving French food with a Japanese chef - running one about 40 E for items such as cannellonis of haddock, an entrecote and carrot cake with munster and espelette. Philippe Toinard, meanwhile, reviewed and gave 3/5 to Wallace, 90 rue de Cambronne in the 15th, 01.47.34.28.39, open 7/7 and running one 35-50 E for items such as a millefeuille of eggplant and fresh fish and cheesecake. In addition, the was an article on the canal d’Ourcq that mentioned a new restaurant, Les Bancs Publics at 2, rue de Nantes in the 19th, no telephone given, closed Sunday and Monday nights, where an autodidactic chef serves a 3-course meal for 15.90 E.
Tuesday in Le Fooding, there was a review of the Italian Caffè Stern in the 2nd.
Wednesday in Figaroscope, Emmanuel Rubin, now doing the Hache Menu, led off with a glowing review of the rather pricy (100-130 E) 16th restaurant – Pages. His 5 reviews were of the 2/5 heart relocated Le Gaigne, 2, rue de Vienne in the 8th, 01.45.22.23.62, closed weekends where at 42 & 75 E (degustation) or 45 and 70 E ALC one can have cannelloni of ray, barbue and a moulleux and 2/5 Yankee Bronco in the 10th. Garnering 1/5 were the Ialian Quindici in the 15th and the fisn n chipsish George in the 10th. A busted heart went to the Italian Mercato in the 10th.
Much of the rest of Figaroscope was devoted to Alain Ducasse and the Dossier by Alice Bosio and Colette Monsat was no exception listing his favorite tables:
Pierre Sang Boyer
Frenchie To Go
Sunday, in the JDD version femina, François Lemarié reviewed the second restaurant of the Brazilian-Viet Namese couple who run Tempero, this called Tempero Le Comptoir in 13th. In the main JDD, Aurelie Chaigneau reviewed and rated 5.5/10 the bio Soya in the 11th, called the Italian Viola her discovery of the week (7) and revisited Braisenville (7).