Monday-Tuesday, in A Nous Paris, Philippe Toinard, reviewed and gave 3/5 dots to La Belle-mere qui fume, 13, rue des Cloys in the 18th, 01.42.52.00.88, closed Sundays and Mondays with a 16 E lunch menu and 30 E carte at dinner serving items such as lentils with sausage, fish & chips and chocolate mousse; and Jerome Berger reviewed and gave 3/5 to the Italian Bocca Rossa.
Tuesday in Le Fooding, there was a review of the Korean Ibaji in the 3rd, the first on the new “food street.”
And Wednesday in Figaroscope, Emmanuel Rubin’s Hache Menu reviewed the well-known Ledoyen in the 8th, now in the hands of Yannick Alleno and says go. He then reviewed 5 new places, awarding 3 hearts each to the previously mentioned L’Esquisse and Neige d’Ete, and 2 each to the Germanic Kiez and Le Petit Boileau, 98, rue Boileau in the 16th, 01.42,88.59.05, closed Sundays, with a lunch menu at 18 E and carte between 30 and 45 E, serving dishes such as lentils & sausage, veal kidneys and iced nougat. One heart went to Boulettes in the 2nd
Figaroscope’s Dossier by Alice Bosio, Colette Monsat, and Anne-Charlotte de Langhe concerned cheese:
Salon du Fromage Hisada
Les Corners des Grands Magasins (Bon Marche & Galerie Lafayette)
Wednesday, also, Heidi Ellison in Paris Update reviewed the previously mentioned Marsagny.