Monday, in A Nous Paris, Alexis Chenu had a review of the Maison Becquey, 34, quai de la Marne in the 19th, open 7/7, where for 25 E one passes by the amuse bouches and toasts and goes for the specialty of the house – red label chicken, shared by 4, with fries or a jarret de porc or pot au feu of pork and fancy cocktails; and Jerome Berger reviewed the Japanese street-food place, Oïshinoya in the 2nd.
Tuesday, in Le Fooding, Matthieu Jauniau-Dallier reviewed Daroco, an Italian/pizzeria in the 2nd.
In Wednesday’s Figaroscope, Emmanuel Rubin did his traditional 5 restaurants giving 3 hearts to L’Accolade, 208, rue de la Croix-Nivert in the 15th, 01.45.57.73.20, closed Saturday lunch, Sundays and Monday dinner where a protégé of Christian Etchebest is serving (for 45-60 E) items such as beet raviolis, duck breast and a sable Breton and 3 to the previously mentioned Cantine de l’Embuscade in the 11th. He also gave 2 hearts to Les Pinces II, 43, rue Mazarine in the 6th, 09.86.41.71.00, closed Mondays which he suggests had the air of the “Hamptons” and for 33 E serves a main and dessert such as a lobster roll, lobster oven-roasted and cheesecake (service is like at a youth hostel); and to the “Chinese new wave” Les Saveurs du Sichuan in the 14th. Only one heart went to and the “100% Italian” L’Antipasti in the 1st.
Sophie De Santis also wrote up Le Perchoir de l’Est, a popup terrace on the Gare de l’Est (enter by the Hall Saint-Martin), from 22 June to 15 October, open 7/7 6PM-2 AM, and starting the 1st of July from 12 noon- 2 AM; serving cocktails, kebabs and tapas.
Alice Bosio had a brief article about a new street food market every Friday from June 17th thru the summer called “Streat” [sic] Market in the Clignancourt flea market where 10 trucks, invited chefs and dj’s will do their thing.
Alice Bosio, Colette Monsat and Hugo de Saint Phalle wrote up all the new Italian places in town, that included:
Salsamenteria di Parma
And also Loulou, La Louve, Popine, Meriggio, Iovine’s, Le George, Tondo, Caffe dei Cioppi & Mamo.
There appeared to be no Hache Menu this week.
But Heidi Ellison, in her Paris Update, reviewed the previously mentioned Cantine de L'Embuscade in the 11th.
Thursday, in L’Express, Francois-Regis Gaudry reviewed the previously mentioned Cantine de L'Embuscade in the 11th and Mokonuts, 5, rue Saint-Bernard in the 11th, 09.80.81.82.85, open weekdays 8h45-18, private parties at night, where one can either have coffee, American pies or cookies or real food such as tuna, green beans and potatoes for less than 30E. In addition, Charles Patin O’Coohoon reviewed the Franco-Italian Le Louve in the 9th, also previously mentioned.