Monday-Tuesday, in A Nous Paris, there were no reviews, just notes about cookie and pastry shops.
Tuesday in Le Fooding, they reviewed the AT-offshoot AT Bar à vins, 4, rue du Cardinal Lemoine in the 5th, 01.56.81.94.08, evenings except Tuesdays, where David Bénichou, ex-Vivant and Atsushi Tanaka from next door provide items such as wagyu beef, maigre and desserts for prices over 51 E.
In Figaroscope this Wednesday, Emmanuel Rubin’s Hache Menu was about the Brasserie Barbes in the 18th.
Then he followed with his usual five reviews, giving 4 places 3-hearts each : the Restau-bar-club Yeeels, 24, ave George-V in the 8th, 01.42.88.75.75, open 7/7, costing one (« oups » he said) 90 E for octopus, duck and lemon tart ; the Anglo-Saxon brasserie Le Colonel Moutarde in the 8th ; La Grille, same old coordinates, now turned into a Brit-like gastro-pub serving a duck terrine, veal belly, entrecote and beers for 35-40 E ; and the previously mentioned artisinal beer/Iberian charcuterie place El Tast in the 18th. Garnering 2 hearts was Factory & Co a place serving bagels abd burgers in the 2nd for 15-25 E.
The Dossier concerned new Italian restaurants:
Baretto di Edgar
Heidi Ellison in her Paris Update, reviewed the previously mentioned La Marée Jeanne quite positively.
Thursday in L’Express, Charles Patin O'Coohoon reviewed the previously mentioned Le Vitis in the 15th and Francois Regis Gaudry reviewed the Flemish cantine Bloempot in Lille.