Monday-Tuesday in A Nous Paris, Jerome Berger reviewed and gave 3.5 dots to the previously mentioned Alan Geaam in the 16th.
In Le Fooding, they reviewed a wine bar in Nice.
Wednesday, in Figaroscope, Emmanuel Rubin reviewed his 5 new places: giving 2/5 hearts to 4 of them: the Mexican Bocamexa in the 10th; and three French places: the tea salon Senoble Famille Gourmande, 11, rue des Petits-Champs in the 2nd, 01.42.21.94.19, open 8-8, costing 12-18 E for breakfast, 24 E for brunch and 30-45 a la carte for items such as toast with chevre, mushroom omelette and white cheese cake; the previously mentioned Café Jamin in the 16th; and a tapas and bio wine place – Food, where for 25-30 E one has three plates of items such as sweet potato soup, tataki of beef and parmesan macaroon. Getting one heart only was the Italian Atelier Fratelli in the 20th.
In his Hache Menu, he reviewed the Italian trattoria Noto in the 8th to which he says you should Allegro presissimo.
The Dossier by Alice Bosio, Colette Monsat and Hugo de Saint-Phalle at Figaroscope, covered the new Italian restaurants in Paris.
Also on Wednesday, in Paris Update, Heidi Ellison reviewed Nomos, 15, rue Andre-del-Sarte, in the 18th, 01.42.57.29.27, closed Sundays and Mondays, menus at lunch 3 courses for 35 E and 5 courses for 45 E as well as dinner with 6 courses at 65 E, serving items such as roasted onion, lamb and cream and ice cream.