Monday-Tuesday, Jerome Berger, in A Nous Paris, reviewed and gave 3/5 dots to L’Ourcine, coordinates well-known, which has reopened, serving the same food; while Philippe Toinard covered Postiche, 64, rue Jean-Jacques Rousseau in the 1st...
Monday-Tuesday, Jerome Berger, in A Nous Paris, reviewed and gave 3/5 dots to L’Ourcine, coordinates well-known, which has reopened, serving the same food; while Philippe Toinard covered Postiche, 64, rue Jean-Jacques Rousseau in the 1st, 01.42.36.14.90, closed Saturday lunch and Sundays, with a lunch formula at 15 and carte about 30E, serving raviolis, pork mignon, dorade, tartare of beef and apple tart.
Tuesday, in Le Fooding, Matthieu Jauniau-Dallier reviewed another Japanese-chef’d place – Etude, 14, rue du Bouquet-de-Longchamp in the 16th, 01.45.05.11.41, closed Sundays and Mondays, running one 51 E plus for cream of celery rabe, monkfish, roast duck and tarts.
In Wednesday’s Figaroscope, Emmanual Rubin awarded 2 hearts to three places: the aforementioned Italian Professore in the 9th; the Bistrot La Bruyere, 31, rue La Bruyere in the 9th, 09.81.22.20.56, closed weekends, lunch menus 18 & 21, dinner 28 & 35 E for items such as beef, quail and poached pear; and Au Franc Pinot, 1, quai Bourbon in the 4th, 09.81.72.87.97, closed Sundays, costing 45-60 for soft eggs, veal tartare and crème brulee. Then he gave one heart each to Le Fantome in the 10th and Wood in the 3rd.
Finally, Francois Simon devoted his Hache Menu “So Trash” to the Renoma Café where he went for the 11 E banana split.Thursday in L’Express, Francois-Regis Gaudry reviewed Eric Frechon’s Lazare, coordinates given before and Ulla Majoube revealed that Burger King was opening a place in the Gare St Lazare.
Saturday in the Figaro, Colette Monsat had a full page article 80-some year old Michel Guerard and Francois Simon reviewed Takao Takano in Lyon.
Sunday in the JDD, Aurelie Chaigneau reviewed the Bistro Urbain, coordinates given before, awarding it 7/10; the Café Trama, ditto (6.5) and A La Marguerite (6.5) and Francois Lemaire wrote up Encore, coordinates given before.