Destinations Magazine

Reviews of Reviews: The Week of June 3rd, 2013

By Johntalbott

Monday-Tuesday in A Nous Paris, Carine Chenaux and Agnes Ruskowiak listed their places for great terrace eating this summer:
Le Royal Monceau
La Green 211  de Villette Enchantee
L’Ile
Le Café “Le Jardin du Petit Palais”
Monsieur Bleu
Les Climats
La Maison Blanche
La Maison des Polytechniciens, Ma Cocotte
Le Sparkling Garen Hotel W Paris-Opera

Tuesday, Francis Morteau in Le Fooding, reviewed Le Cette, 7, rue Campagne-Première in the 14th, closed weekends but weekdays serving three meals a day, running one from 36-50 E with items such as herring, hachis parmentier and a blanc-manger with rhubarb.

On Wednesday, in Figaroscope, Emmanuel Rubin reviewed his usual five new restaurants, giving 2 hearts to three places: the Oyster Bar Desssirier, 9, pl du Marechal-Juin in the 17th, 01.42.27.82.14, open 7/7 and mentions the oysters and lobster club sandwich running one 30-50 E; Les Mots Passants, 7-11 rue Saint-Benoit in the 6th, 01.42.61.53.53, closed Saturday diner & Sundays with formulas at 21 and 29 and a la carte about 50 E for poached eggs, petit pois soup, lieu jaune and strawberry éclair; and the previously mentioned Chez Graff in the 7th.  One heart went to Dolan in the 5th which serves a mix of Asian food found between China and Marco Polo and rated Medi Terra Nea in the 9 a broken heart.

Figaroscope’s Dossier by Colette Monsat, Alice Bosio and Sophie de Santis was a  teaser for their new book on cocktails (AperoScope) where they gave 20 favorites:
L’Embuscade
Le Coq
Sherry Butt
Le Duke
Little Red Door
Le bar de nuit du Bristol
 Le Sake Bar
L’Hotel
The Club
L’entrée des artists
Le Rosebud
Le 228 du Meurice
La Terrace du Raphael
Le Bar du Shangri
La Vue de l’Hotel Concorde Lafayette
Le Bellerive
Bar Ourcq
O’Paris
Les Etangs de Corot
Chez Gegene

And in another article on Tops and Flops of famous sites in Paris Lena Lutaud, Francois Aubel, Anne-Charlotte de Lanche, Colette Monsat and Francois Simon came up with the following:
The cancers
Le Grand Bleu
Café Branly
Le Café de l’Homme
Le Zyriab
Opera de l’Opera Garnier
Le Pavillion du lac
Les Jardins du Bagatelle
The good students
Le Mini Palais
La Grande Cascade
Le Saut du Loup
Le Jules Vern
Georges
Monsieur Bleu
Le Ciel de Paris
Le Resturant du Palais-Royal
Ambiance Ambiance
Le Train Bleu
Le Lido
Rosa Bonheur
Wanderlust

Finally, Lena Lutaud notes some new concessions:
Le Café de la Musique a la Villette
Cite des Sciences, Jardin d’Acclimation & Palais de la Decouverte
La Gare St Lazare (Eric Frechon)
Restaurant au Theatre des marionettes du jardin du Luxembourg and gives some upcoming openings at:
The Terrasse de la Petite Venise at Versailles
Palais Brongniart (Yannick Alleno) and even more that open starting with the rentree.

And Francois Simon’s Hache Menu reviewed the Chalet des Iles, coordinates well-known, where in response to Go? He says “Humm, jouable mais rique.”

In L’Express this week, Mina Soundiram, rerviewed three new food trucks : Mozza et Co, La Frite and Banh Mi Nomade and ; Francis-Regis Gaudry reviewed the Costes-Piege collaboration -  Le Café Francais in the 11th, coordinates already given.


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