Monday, in A Nous Paris, Jerome Berger revisited and gave 3/5 dots to the well-known Vivant in the 9th; while Philippe Toinard gave 4 to Les Tables d'Augustin, 44 rue Guy Moquet (down the street from their mothership, 975), 09.83.45.11.11 (Metro: Guy Moquet), costing one 16 and 19 E at lunch and 39 and 45 E at dinner for items such as pot au feu of duck, supreme de canard for two, and apple crumble.
Tuesday in Le Fooding, they reviewed Madame Pang in Bordeaux.
Wednesday, in Figaroscope, Emmanuel Rubin awarded 2 hearts to Iratze, 73, rue Amelot in the 11th, 01.55.28.53.31 (Metro: Richard Lenoir), evenings only excepting Tuesday and Wednesday, where for a menu at 44 or degustation (68E) one dines on items such as escargots, pigeon and feta. He then gave one heart only to 4 places: Amadae in the 2nd, Le Grand Breguet in the 11th, Le Carreau in the 3rd and Ademi in the 2nd.
His Hache Menu this week dealt with the previously mentioned L'Archeste in the 16th, which he suggests you hurry to before Michelin awards it a second star.
The Dossier this week dealt with one dish places: Alma (chimney cake), Tomo (doroyaki), Corn'r, Crabe Royal, Saucette, Les Petits Rolls de Paris, Mamy therese (madeleines), and also:Lala Lasagna, Arsene, Amour de Baba, Karamel & Bul.
Heidi Ellison, in Paris Update reviewed the well-known Chez Leon, 32 rue Legendre in the 17th, 01.42.27.06.82, closed Monday night and Brunch Sundays, where she liked the celery remoulade, pork & Pollock, and Paris-Brest.
And Friday, Charles Patin O'Coohoon reviewed the previously mentioned Le Passage in the 5th.
Sunday, in the jdd, Aurelie Chaigneau reviewed the previously mentioned Ellsworth in the 1st (6.5/10); Tables d'Augustin in the 17th (7); andL'Office in the 9th (7.5). In the jdd version femina, they reviewed the aforementioned Jean in the 9th.