Monday-Tuesday in A Nous Paris there were reviews of the previously mentioned Boeuf Maillot and Panache. In addition there was a summary of new places that serve brunch:
Les Fermes de Gally.
Tuesday, Le Fooding had a review of L’Entre Deux in Biarritz and the previously mentioned Fish Club in Paris.
Wednesday, in Le Figaroscope, Alice Bosio, Colette Monsat and Hugo de Saint Phalle wrote up places with a star to eat at:
The most Maestro – L’Atelier de Joel Robuchon
The youngest star – Les Fables de la Fontaine
The most Italian – Penati al Baretto
The most concept – Hexagone
The most Iodic – Antoine
The most Japanese Meat – Pages
The most young cuisine – David Toutain
The most bouillionesque – Ze Kitchen Galerie
And Emmanuel Rubin’s Hache Menu covered the seafood oriented Mobilis in Mobili, 94 rue St Denis in the 1st , 09.53.58,97,13, closed Mondays, where according to you appetite, it can cost 20-40 E and classic platters are 14-68 E.
In his reviews of 5 new places this week he gave 2 hearts to Nube, 12-14 Rue de Marignan in the Hotel of the same name, open 7/7 serving items such as unilateral duck, a broche de volaille jaune and sable with black chocolate. Then he gave the rest one heart each: the previously mentioned Za in the 1st; the well known Gallopin in the 1st; Le Coude Fou in the 4th; and the Viet Thai Hao Long in the 1st.
Also Wednesday, Heidi Ellison in Paris Update reviewed the previously mentioned Gros which she really liked.
This week in L’Express Styles, Francois Regis Gaudry reviewed the previously mentioned and tested Anthocyane in the 14th and Garopapilles in Bordeaux.