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Reviews of Reviews: the Week of February 2nd 2015

By Johntalbott

Monday-Tuesday, in A Nous Paris, Philippe Toinard reviewed and gave 4/5 dots to the previously-mentioned Clover in the 7th.
Tuesday in Le Fooding, Yves Nespoulous wrote up the wine bar L’entrée des Artistes Pigalle, 32, rue Victor Massé in the 9th, (no telephone) open evenings except Sundays and Mondays, serving veal carpaccio, trout and Utah Beach oysters for 16-35 E.
Tuesday Figaro and everyone else was announcing the results of the Red Michelin Guide’s new stars.
Wednesday in Figaroscope, in Emmanuel Rubin’s Hache Menu he reviewed the previously mentioned Hexagone in the 16th and in his Nouveautes, he reviewed and gave 3 hearts to Les Comptoirs du Medoc, 93, rue de la Victoire in the 9th,, closed weekends, where for a lunch menu at 37 or dinner at 57 E, one gets items such as eggs, roast duck and lemon tart.  Three other places got 2 hearts: the Italian Rocco in the 17th; the previously-mentioned Aetna in the 6th; and the steakhouse La 7e Cote, 28, rue des Martyrs in the 9th,, closed Sunday dinner and Mondays, which has a 27 E formula (a la carte 35-50 E) on which appear a faux-filet, burger, etc.  Getting one heart was Miss Bahn-Mi in the 2nd.
In that Figaroscope, Alice Bosio, Anne-Charlotte de Langhe, Colette Monsat and Hugo de Saint-Phalle rated pot-au-feu places awarding highest honors to Drouant.
Wednesday, also, Heidi Ellison in Paris Update reviewed Le Bichat, 11, rue Bichat in the 10th, no reservations, open 7/7 9AM-11PM, a la carte 14 E for tasteless food in an exciting place.
Sunday, in the JDD  Aurelie Chaigneau mentioned three places already reviewed – Alain Ducasse au Plaza Athenee (9.5), Chez Chartier in Levallois-Perret (7.5) and L’1K (6).

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