Monday-Tuesday, in A Nous Paris, Jerome Berger reviewed and gave 3/5 dots to the Viet namese An Di An Di in the 20th and also smaller mentions of the aforementioned Le Mordant in the 10th and the Japanese dinette Ito Chan in the 9th.
Tuesday in Le Fooding, Yves Nespoulous reviewed the Viet namese An Di An Di in the 20th.
Wednesday in Figaroscope, Emmanuel Rubin, in his Hache Menu, celebrated the Chinese New Year by going to the previously mentioned Tricotin. Then he followed with his usual five reviews : giving 3/5 hearts to the Bistrot Augustin, 79 Rue Daguerre in the 14th, closed Sundays, 01.84.15.02.02, where for 19 E one has the daily special and 38 E the menu-carte with items such as filet de loup, pork with lentils and a cheesecake. Garnering 2 hearts were the Bistrot Bleriot, 9, quai Louis-Bleriot in the 16th, closed only for Sunday dinners, 01.42.88.42.42, with menus at 19 and 24 and a la carte 30-45 E for items such as an egg mayo, chili con carne and a baba au rhum ; as well as the Latino/tapas La Portena in the 18th. Getting one heart each were the tapas-bar Death by Burrito in the 11th and the upscale epicerie Myrthe in the 10th.
Figaroscope’s Dossier this week was written by Colette Monsat, Alice Bosio and Hugo de Saint Phalle and discussed “monomaniacal” places :
Les Pinces (lobster)
Okomusu (Japanese pizza)
Bagnard (Mediterranean sandwich)
Pancake Sisters (US pancakes)
Jambon Buerre (evident)
La Maison du Croque-Monsieur (ditto)
Profiterole Cherie (same)
And Leoni’s Deli, Boulettes, La Gauferie & We Are Tiramisu.
Wednesday, also, Heidi Ellison in Paris Update reviewed the aforementioned Les Pinces in the 4th.
Thursdays in L’Express, the places they’ve reviewed recently have all been mentioned previously : Dersou, An Di An Di, Ledoyen, Bouillon & Hexagone.