Monday-Tuesday, in A Nous Paris, Jerome Berger reviewed and gave 3/5 dots to the previously mentioned Sauvage; while Philippe Toinard reviewed and gave 2/5 dots to the previously-mentioned Table d’Ugo in the 17th.
Tuesday in Le Fooding, Yves Nespoulous wrote up the previously mentioned Heimat, 37, rue de Montpensier in the 1st, 01.40.26.78.25, closed weekends, costing 36-50 E for items such as chicory shoots, rigatoni, code and sorbets.
Wednesday in Figaroscope, in Emmanuel Rubin’s Hache Menu he reviewed (and awarded 3 hearts to) Guy Savoy’s L’Huitrade, 13, Rue Troyon in the 17th, 01.44.09.95.85, closed Sundays and Mondays, serving oysters that will run you 26-48 E for 8. He also reviewed the 3-heart Bouillon, 47, rue de Rochechouart in the 9th, 09.51.18.66.59, closed Sundays and Mondays, serving eggs with truffles, a doube of beef and apple tart (14 E for the plat du jour but 60 E for a meal. Then he covered 3 2-hearters: the previously mentioned La Faille in the 2nd, Le Triangle, 13, rue Jacques-Louvel-Tessier in the 10th, 01.71.39.58.02, closed Sundays & Mondays, with menus at 17 and 22 E at lunch and 15-25 E tapas at night with items such as salad and spicy sausages, salmon and apple crumble; and Sinople au Klay, 4 bis, rue Saint-Sauveur in the 2nd, 01.40.26.69.66, closed Sunday night costing 50-60 E for a perfect egg, duck breast and apple soufflé. Worthy of only one star was the burger place Garnett in the 17th.
In addition Alice Bosio wrote about 5 mini-restos that included:
Le Verre Vole sur Mer
La Cave a Michel
And Colette Monsat, Alice Bosio and Hugo de Saint-Phalle covered various types of raviolis:
Gyoza Bar II-Le Marais
Pierre Sang on Gambey
La Taverne de Zhao
La Maison de The
Dim Sum Cantine
Lili au Peninsula
Wednesday, also, Heidi Ellison in Paris Update reviewed the aforementioned Table d’Ugo quite negatively.