Monday-Tuesday, in A Nous Paris, Philippe Toinard gave 3/5 dots to Aux Amis, 9, rue de l’Ecole de Medicine in the 6th, 01.46.34.19.41, closed Saturday lunch and Sundays where for 40-65 E one can dine on items such as langoustines, veal poitrine and a baba; and Jerome Berger gave 4/5 dots to the aforementioned Dilia in the 20th.
Tuesday in Le Fooding, there was a review of La Bijouterie in Lyon.
Wednesday, in Figaroscope, Emmanuel Rubin reviewed his usual 5 restaurants, giving hearts to the above mentioned Aux Amis; Thoumieux Brasserie, 79, rue St-Dominique in the 7th, 01.47.05.79.00, open 7/7 where Wahid Sylvestre has succeeded J-F Piege in providing such items as red tuna, salmon a la vapeur and a chocolate éclair for 40-70 E; Nana, 10, rue Breguet in the 11th, 01.43.38.27.19, closed weekends as well as Tuesday and Wednesday dinner, providing items such as pintade thigh, young menagerie and figs for 10-15 E or 30 & 35 E a la carte; and the British gastropub Rosemary in the 4th. He also gave one heart to the Italian Margherita.
Rubin’s Hache Menu dealt with the previously mentioned and reviewed upstairs gastronomic Sylvestre at the Hotel Thoumieux saying “Go; at least for the cepes.”
The Dossier this week by Alice Bosio, Colette Monsat & Hugo de Saint Phalle covered new Korean restaurants including: Soon Grill, Anju, Mandoobar, Mee, Jules et Shim, Saam, Hero, Bekseju Village, Ibaji.
Also on Wednesday, Heidi Ellison in Paris Update reviewed the Indian MG Road.
Thursday in L’Express, they reviewed the Anne-Sophie Pic’s restaurant in Valence.
Saturday, in the jdd, Aurelie Chaigneau reviewed three restaurants: giving 7.5/10 to the Italian Faggio; the same to the previously mentioned L’Escudella in the 7th; and a 7/10 return to Le Petit Champerret in the 17th.