Monday-Tuesday in A Nous Paris, Jerome Berger awarded 3/5 dots to Cuisine, 50, rue Condorcet in the 9th, 01.83.56.33.59, closed Sundays and Mondays with lunch formulas at 15 and 18 and evening tapas a la carte at 30 E for items such as asparagus, beef and panna cotta as well as to Oka in the 9th, already mentioned; while Philippe Toinard gave 3/5 dots to the Table d’Eugenie, 58, rue de la Faisanderie in the 16th, 01.45.04.12.53, closed Sundays, with formulas at 23 and 29 E.
Tuesday in Le Fooding there was a review by Yves Nespoulous of the Restaurant Will, 75, rue Crozatier in the 12th, 01.53.17.02.44, closed Sundays, running one 16-35 E where William Pradeleix (ex-Manger) serves items such as maigre carpaccio, poitrine of pork and panna cotta.
Wednesday in Figaroscope, Emmanuel Rubin reviewed and gave 2/4 lips to the renovated and renamed V du Vernet, 25, rue Vernet in the 8th, 01.44.31.98.00 , closed weekends, running one 45-60 E for items such as crab nems, lamb shoulder and a moelleux macaron. One lip apiece went to the Cave a Boire du Postiche in the 1st, Lockwood in the 2nd, Chez Tantine in the 17th and La Table d’Arthaud in the 2nd.
And Emmanuel Rubin in the Hache Menu went to Les Deux-Magots where he says one must go once more or less.
Wednesday as well, Heidi Ellison in Paris Update reviewed the previously mentioned Maison F.
Thursday, in l’Express, Charles Patin O’Coohoon reviewed the previously mentioned Kokoro in the 5th.
Saturday in Le Figaro, Lena Lutaud had an article on cooking school restaurants saying they had a good qualite-prix ratio.
And Sunday in the JDD, Francois Lemaire noted the fact that Bruno Verjus’ Table in the 12th now has a 29 E three course and coffee menu and Aurelie Chaigneau reviewed mini-sandwich place Chloe S. in the 9th (7/10); returned to Racines in the 2nd (7.5/10) and discovered Will in the 12th (7.5/10).