In Monday-Tuesday's A Nous Paris, Jerome Berger reviewed the italo-American East Mamma and Philippe Toinard gave 3/5 dots to La Passerelle, 172, quai de Stalingrad in Issy, 01.46.48.80.81, closed Sundays and Mondays where on a 40 E or 34 E lunch or 95 E dinner one can have salmon, brandade and a chocolate dessert.
In Tuesday's Le Fooding, they reviewed El Tast, a Spanish/tapas place in the 18th.
Wednesday, in Figaroscope, Emmanuel Rubin's Hache Menu covered Aux Pres in the 6th.
Then, as usual he reviewed 5 restaurants in C'est Nouveau: giving 3/5 hearts to the Corsican U Mulinu, 28, blvd de l'Hopital in the 5th, 01.43.37.78.76, closed Sundays, with 15 and 18 menus at lunch, 35-55 E a la carte at dinner for items such as Corsican charcuteries, white beans and brocciu; the modern quinguette La Poudriere, 58, promenade du Verger in Issy, 01.46.45.87.29, closed Mondays at dinner, serving items such as foie gras terrines, pork and strawberry tarts; the Korean Hero in the 2nd; and the Asian Marclee in the 9th. He also reviewed the gluten-free dinette Nous in the 10th.
The Dossier this week was on Paris markets and who/what they're best for:
The most Bobo Aligre, Halle Beauveau
The most people Les Enfants Rouges
The most trendy Saint-Martin
The most varied Saint-Charles
The most RG edgar-Quintet
The most chic President-Wilson
The most globe-trotter Saint-Quentin
The most Bio Batignolles
The most pointu Saint-Germain
The most familial Versailles Notre-Dame
and also the Place des Fetes, Rasphael Bio
Thursday, Mina Soundiram in L'Express, also reviewed Hero in the 2nd.