Vegetarian restaurants in Paris

Best of vegetarian, vegan and gluten-free dining

Don't let anyone tell you Paris doesn't cater for vegetarian and vegan diets – if you know where to look, delicious wholesome goodness is easily available. The trend for gluten-free is kicking off as well, relief for allergy sufferers and fans of wheatless cooking. Our selection of excellent bakeries, restaurants and cafés offer everything from gluten-free brunches to vegan cupcakes – get stuck in!

Vegetarian restaurants and cafés

Lula Lifestyle Shop

4 out of 5 stars

Organic, vegetarian, gluten-free and tasty? It seems like too much to ask for but this little canteen on Rue Sainte-Marthe has got you covered. Opened in 2014, the space opens only for lunch (and brunch on weekends), serving salads, soups and mains with Franco-Colombian flavours. €14 gets you a starter and a main dish, both healthy and filling, made with locally-sourced organic products...

10e arrondissement

La Cantine Vagabonde

3 out of 5 stars

A lovely little canteen, cute and bright, one of its kind in the rather bare Stalingrad neighbourhood. Against a soigné décor of flowered wallpaper, tea party china and pretty mismatched furniture, owner Lila cooks a fresh daily vegetarian-oriented menu, with a choice of two starters, mains and desserts for €12 or €15. We tried soba noodles with crunchy vegetables, sweet potato tart and an excellent board of Auvergne cheeses – not everything shines, but the palpable enthusiasm and smiling service add up to a very worthwhile address.

La Chapelle
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Zoé Bouillon

4 out of 5 stars

The deceptively simple slogan at Zoe Bouillon – ‘bien manger!’ or ‘eat well!’ – promises something all too rare in the French capital – good, healthy eating at affordable prices. The restaurant offers five vegetarian menu formulas, such as €10.50 for a daily special and a sweet, or €13 for two savoury dishes (soup, salad, sandwich), a slice of cake and a dessert. The welcoming dining room is filled with wooden tables, with a few more seats on the pavement outside...

19e arrondissement

Saravanaa Bhavan

4 out of 5 stars
Recommended

A veritable institution, this 80 seat restaurant is in an entirely different class from the rest; a chain with branches in more than 10 countries, specialising in vegetarian dishes from Southern India. But this isn’t a curried version of McDonald’s, rather the squeaky clean surroundings and fresh ingredients put Saravanaa Bhavan above the neighbourhood’s collection of greasy spoons. The attractive space is done out in design sofas, black tables and big windows, giving more of a Japanese vibe than anything else, though the metal drinking cups and flock of busy waiters feel more authentic...

Gare du Nord
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Café Pinson

3 out of 5 stars
Recommended

Café Pinson is a welcome addition to the burgeoning crop of high quality healthy eateries in Paris, who do vegetarian and organic food with a bit of glamour and no hint of a dietary regime. A comfortable, welcoming venue in the Marais, it offers carefully though out vegetarian, organic and gluten-free dishes that are a cut above the ordinary... 

Le Marais

Café Ginger

3 out of 5 stars

Tucked cutely down a side street near the Place de la Bastille, Café Ginger's bright green exterior and the psychedelic paintings adorning the walls inside give it exactly the cheerful, hippyish atmosphere you’d (shamefully, stereotypically) expect from a vegan café. It gets instant points for cosiness, friendly waiters and a family-run feel...

Le Marais
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Pousse-Pousse

3 out of 5 stars
Recommended

Former fashion journalist Lawrence Aboucaya decided to abandon the world of media in order to concentrate on her organic, vegetarian cooking. All food on offer here is either fresh and raw or steamed, in order to preserve the quality of the products. Pousse-Pousse also offers a selection of lovingly-prepared grain-based meals for a high-energy lunch... 

Saint-Georges

Soya

5 out of 5 stars
Recommended

A vegetarian restaurant with an excellent and well-deserved reputation, Soya Cantine Bio offers a fantastic salad bar (tabbouleh, humus, broccoli, lettuce, cabbage, beetroot) and hot dishes including things like vegetarian lasagna, Lebanese-style chickpeas, warm spring rolls, seaweed dumplings, potatoes with vanilla and cakes in small ramekins. Some of the flavour combinations may seem a bit strange, but it all works on the plate...

Folie-Méricourt
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Le Tricycle

4 out of 5 stars

Vegetarian hot dog business Le Tricycle started life as a roaming ‘delivery tricycle’ and catering business, finding a permanent address on the Rue de Paradis in June 2015. With no shop logo to speak of, you can recognise Le Tricycle by the leafy greenery hanging above the doorway and the eponymous vehicle parked out front. Inside, chatty owners Coralie Jouhier and Daqui Comis have really made the place their own, with drawings from local artists displayed on the walls and a lilting reggae soundtrack...

Poissonnière

Supernature

3 out of 5 stars
Recommended

Who said eating healthily was boring? Certainly not the many regulars who flock each afternoon (and on Sunday for brunch) to this tiny canteen in the 9th arrondissement. There’s no overriding organic or vegetarian concept, just well-cooked, daily-changing healthy dishes. There’s at least one delicious vegetarian dish each day, and they often have an ‘Assiette vitalité’ which brings together fresh vegetables goat’s cheese and organic galettes in a wondrous combination.

Faubourg Montmartre
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Rose Bakery

5 out of 5 stars
Recommended

This English-themed café run by a Franco-British couple stands out for the quality of its ingredients – organic or from small producers – as well as the too-good-to-be-true puddings: carrot cake, sticky toffee pudding and, in winter, a chocolate-chestnut tart. The DIY salad plate is crunchily satisfying, but the thin-crusted pizzettes, daily soups and occasional risottos... 

Pigalle

Soul Kitchen

4 out of 5 stars
Recommended

A little canteen snuggled up against the Montmartre steps, Soul Kitchen is a delightful café-restaurant overseen by three charming, inspired lady chefs – just the sort of place you’d want as your local. You’d come and drink a creamy coffee and read the news of a morning in the company of the local retirees, and come at midday to eat lunch in great company, choosing from excellent ever-changing menu of homemade recipes made with organic local produce...

Montmartre
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Maison Bon

4 out of 5 stars

Everything is 100 per cent organic, gluten-free and vegetarian at this unassuming little canteen on the Rue des Petites Écuries. An open kitchen and crates stacked full with fruit and veg give the place a market-like whiff, but the furnishing is all elegantly understated (think stainless steel, earthenware and trendy lighting). Food is available for breakfast, lunch and daytime snacking...

Strasbourg-Saint-Denis

Le Potager

4 out of 5 stars

This organic vegetarian eatery near Beaubourg is proof that you can fit an entire restaurant into a shoebox: You will be fighting for elbowroom with strangers on tables crammed in along one wall, but what the Potager du Marais lacks in space, it makes up for on the plate with luscious, homemade dishes brimming with pulses, tofu, fresh, crunchy vegetables and beans...

Le Marais
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East Side Burger

3 out of 5 stars

A newcomer on the veggie scene, this fast food joint has taken a meatless approach to another trend in Paris – the mighty burger. Vegans and vegetarians finally have a place to mingle with options for both camps. With just two choices a day from their four varieties of burgers, don’t expect a big greasy bacon-topped concoction... 

Saint-Ambroise

Hobbes

4 out of 5 stars
Recommended

New on the bustling Avenue Bolivar in autumn 2014, Hobbes is a fresh addition to the neighbourhood, all fresh bright colours and organic vegetarian dishes. Named for the tiger rather than the philosopher, Bill Watterson annuals are liberally available to accompany your meal, which could be reason enough to visit in itself... 

Buttes-Chaumont
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Soya Cantine Bio

5 out of 5 stars
Recommended

A vegetarian restaurant with an excellent and well-deserved reputation, Soya Cantine Bio offers a fantastic salad bar (tabbouleh, humus, broccoli, lettuce, cabbage, beetroot) and hot dishes including things like vegetarian lasagna, Lebanese-style chickpeas, warm spring rolls, seaweed dumplings, potatoes with vanilla and cakes in small ramekins... 

Folie-Méricourt

Bob's Kitchen

3 out of 5 stars
Recommended

At vegetarian canteen Bob's Kitchen, everything is organic, healthy and beautiful. This small cafe-restaurant offers salads, soups, bagels and futomakis as well as a trademark "veggie stew" – a big bowl of vitamins which combines a cunning mix of vegetables, seeds, rice and guacamole. The smoothies, made from veggie milks, are also delicious...

3rd arrondissement
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Grand Appétit

4 out of 5 stars
Recommended

A pioneer of vegetarian eating dating back to the mid-80s, this restaurant and adjacent market are tucked away a stone’s throw from the Bastille on a tiny street in the Marais.  Those looking for a vegetarian – dare we say, macrobiotic – meal, perfectly balanced and full of fresh flavour, this is the place. Those looking for an elegant veggie experience, forget about it...

Bastille

Saveurs Végét'Halles

3 out of 5 stars

It’s not the most beautiful or chic location – a purple-painted frontage on an indifferent street behind the tiresome Les Halles shopping centre – but once inside Saveurs Veget’Halles you’re enveloped in a comforting fug of delicious cooking smells and the feeling of being in a valued, homely local joint... 

Châtelet
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Vegan restaurants and cafés

Café Ginger

3 out of 5 stars

Tucked cutely down a side street near the Place de la Bastille, Café Ginger's bright green exterior and the psychedelic paintings adorning the walls inside give it exactly the cheerful, hippyish atmosphere you’d (shamefully, stereotypically) expect from a vegan café. It gets instant points for cosiness, friendly waiters and a family-run feel... 

Le Marais

Gentle Gourmet

3 out of 5 stars

If vegetarian restaurants are on the rise in Paris, vegan can still be a challenge to track down. It’s a tough sell, especially in France: the savoir-faire and imagination required to produce good cooking without any animal products, including milk and eggs.This American enterprise does well. The sober black and white room, strung with origami shapes... 

Bastille
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42 degrés

3 out of 5 stars

While some vegan restaurants are entirely normal, others latch onto bizarre trends that may or may not have any proved scientific benefits for your health (but they’ll adamantly insist they do, anyway). The name of unorthodox vegan restaurant 42 Degrés, to take one such example, refers to the fact that none of your food will be cooked at temperatures surpassing – you guessed it – 42 degrees. Cooked any further, the menu explains, and the food’s nutritional value is ruined...

Poissonnière

Ima

4 out of 5 stars

Ensconce yourself from 8.30am for breakfast and begin with excellent coffee from la brûlerie de Belleville, accompanied by dishes which might as well have come straight from Tel Aviv. Go for their delicious twist on traditional Shakshuka: a casserole dish of courgette, leeks, lemon peel, feta and baked eggs. Cilbir (turkish poached eggs) come with herby labneh, mint pesto and spicy butter...

République
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East Side Burger

3 out of 5 stars

A newcomer on the veggie scene, this fast food joint has taken a meatless approach to another trend in Paris – the mighty burger. Vegans and vegetarians finally have a place to mingle with options for both camps. With just two choices a day from their four varieties of burgers, don’t expect a big greasy bacon-topped concoction. Mushroom and tofu patties are nestled in over-sized buns with lettuce, cheese (vegan or regular) and a small pallet of toppings depending on the burger...

Saint-Ambroise

Hank

3 out of 5 stars

The small, busy kitchen/servery can mean extra waiting time, but once you’re up the staff will helpfully explain the two different set menus (a reasonable €11 for a burger, side and drink, or €13 with dessert) and the four different burgers. Each has a basic core of vegan patty (made from soy milk, mushrooms and rice), red onion, gherkins and salad, and comes in a soft wholemeal bun (gluten-free for an extra €2)...

Le Marais
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M.O.B.

3 out of 5 stars

This nod to a 12th century philosophy of Maimonides (hence Maimonides of Brooklyn) is the perfect place stock up on vegan 'fast food', though we’re still not sure that meatless nuggets were part of 12th century cuisine. Like its Brooklyn counterpart, spearheaded by Mama Shelter founder Cyril Aouizerate, food and philosophy go hand in hand... 

Austerlitz

Vegan Folie’s

3 out of 5 stars

On the busy Rue Mouffetard, you have every quintessentially French shop that you could want, providing a perfect market experience. And then, well, there’s Vegan Folie’s. So not French, but so very welcomed. This all vegan, dairy-free, no-animal product bakery (they drive it home) produces very small quantities for a very niche population of Parisians and visitors...

Quartier latin
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Hank

3 out of 5 stars

Located at the left edge of the Marais, vegan burger restaurant Hank feels a little out of place next to the grander, more traditional Le Connétable on Rue des Archives. With its nondescript modern façade and 100 per cent vegan, fair trade menu, the younger business operates out of an incredibly small, sometimes stuffy, space (seating eight or so). Luckily, the nearby Square du Temple is the perfect setting for a takeaway order...

Le Marais

Sol Semilla

3 out of 5 stars
Recommended

If ‘veganism’ sounds like a bland and tasteless proposition to you, beware: Sol Semilla, the Bar des Artisans, may just change your mind. This jolly spot is home to a happy and good humoured veganism, which makes good use of super foods – those natural ingredients (copaiba, urucum, acai, acerola, purple corn, etc.) which are crammed with vitamins and minerals... 

Canal Saint-Martin
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Gluten-free restaurants and cafés

Helmut Newcake

4 out of 5 stars
Recommended

Opened at the end of 2011, Helmut Newcake was the first place for 100% certified gluten-free pastries in Paris, and is the reference for the new generation of bakeries opening up around town. The location by the trendy Canal St-Martin is nestled among a slew of new eateries and coffee shops that are worth a visit... 

10e arrondissement

Noglu

3 out of 5 stars

With its discreet façade in the beautiful Passage des Panoramas, this bistro attracts local workers in search of healthy food but also a clientele who is specifically looking for gluten-free food. Downstairs, cooks work in an open kitchen front of customers perched on stools – though on the day of our visit they welcomed us with neither a smile nor a hello...

Grands Boulevards
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Maison Bon

4 out of 5 stars

Everything is 100 per cent organic, gluten-free and vegetarian at this unassuming little canteen on the Rue des Petites Écuries. An open kitchen and crates stacked full with fruit and veg give the place a market-like whiff, but the furnishing is all elegantly understated (think stainless steel, earthenware and trendy lighting). Food is available for breakfast, lunch and daytime snacking...

Strasbourg-Saint-Denis

More healthy options

Bob's Cold Press

Recommended

If you’ve been overindulging in the caffeine, red wine and nicotine that so often comes with enjoying Paris, head to Bob’s Cold Press when you’re ready for a detox. The younger sibling of Bob’s Kitchen is a miniscule venue in the 11th arrondissement, manned by a couple of fresh-faced young Americans who have charge of a specially-designed fruit and vegetable press supposed to preserve the vitamins and other nutrients contained in the fruit fibres... 

Saint-Ambroise

Bloom

3 out of 5 stars
Recommended

A sweet little canteen that puts sustainability to the fore, Bloom sits on the Rue de la Forge Royale just behind Bastille, in the shelter of a park. Done out in second-hand furniture, the space feels a bit like a charmingly dilapidated classroom. Behind it all is Pauline, who make sure that the menu is made from 100% organic produce from certified local producers, cooks the homemade meals and serves customers, all without batting an eyelid. The lunch menus cost between €12 and €15... 

Charonne
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Blackburn Coffee

4 out of 5 stars
Recommended

With smart new coffee shops mushrooming all over Paris these days, it's hard to get too excited about the latest opening. But it would be a shame to overlook Blackburn, whose fresh décor is dotted with humorous references to the latest trends, and whose friendly team deliver fresh fruit juices, healthy high quality cooking... 

Strasbourg-Saint-Denis

Les Marmites Volantes

4 out of 5 stars
Recommended

Situated around the corner from our offices, Les Marmites Volantes has brought us no end of joy since we discovered it. This snug canteen offers everything you need on your lunch break: small, digestible dishes packed with flavour; an inviting space in which you share your table with other diners; affordable three-course menus (€12.50-14.50); and wonderfully friendly service.The food varies according to the season. In winter, we're talking soups, tagines...

Jaurès
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La Cantine Vagabonde

3 out of 5 stars

A lovely little canteen, cute and bright, one of its kind in the rather bare Stalingrad neighbourhood. Against a soigné décor of flowered wallpaper, tea party china and pretty mismatched furniture, owner Lila cooks a fresh daily vegetarian-oriented menu, with a choice of two starters, mains and desserts for €12 or €15...

La Chapelle

Green Pizz

3 out of 5 stars

Don’t make the mistake of confusing Green Pizz with a pizzeria: there’s nothing Italian about the menu here. Made from fresh, organic and mostly French ingredients, the ‘pizz’ is a fast food invention that only vaguely references an actual pizza.Toppings on the slender oval bases replace the classic margarita with things like Pissaladière, Rasta Roquette and Tante Marguerite. There’s little in the way of mozzarella and ham on the wholemeal flour dough, but rather Savoie tomme cheese, smoked duck or grilled aubergine.Priced between €11-€15, it’s a bobo undertaking with all the additive-free guarantees of quality that come with the territory. Even delivery orders are ecologically friendly, coming to you on roller skates, by bike, by electric scooter or even on foot.

Faubourg Montmartre
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Soul Kitchen

4 out of 5 stars
Recommended

A little canteen snuggled up against the Montmartre steps, Soul Kitchen is a delightful café-restaurant overseen by three charming, inspired lady chefs – just the sort of place you’d want as your local. You’d come and drink a creamy coffee and read the news of a morning in the company of the local retirees, and come at midday to eat lunch in great company, choosing from excellent ever-changing menu of homemade recipes made with organic local produce. In the afternoon, you’d hang out with your laptop and a pastry, or just sip a good glass of red before heading on elsewhere. There’s a birdcage from which dozens of paper butterflies are escaping... 

Montmartre

Cantine Merci

4 out of 5 stars
Recommended

The new fairtrade concept store Merci is all about feeling virtuous even as you indulge, and its basement canteen is a perfect example. Fresh and colourful salads, soup and risotto of the day, an organic salmon plate, and the assiette merci (perhaps chicken kefta with two salads) make up the brief, Rose Bakery-esque menu, complete with invigorating teas and juices. Rustic desserts add just the right handmade touch.

Le Marais
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Bioburger

3 out of 5 stars

This sparky organic burger joint, new in 2012, is set in the Passage Choiseul, one of the less well-maintained of Paris’s 18th-century glass-roofed shopping galleries: rather than the designer boutiques of Galerie Vivienne or the collector’s bookstores of the Passage des Panoramas, Bioburger’s neighbours are discount shoe shops and down-at-heel sushi bars. But the location is no less charming for all that, and the smart outfit provides the gallery with a much-appreciated shot of... 

2e arrondissement

Ma Kitchen

4 out of 5 stars
Recommended

Be prepared to queue at this tiny Franco-Korean canteen, whose rainbow of colours and flavours behind the bar seem to attract the entire neighbourhood. Fortunately the staff are both patient and prompt in filling their cardboard cartons with the house speciality, bibimbap. Traditionally, this Korean dish mixes rice, vegetables, meat and an egg – Ma Kitchen's version leaves out the egg, but gives it five new spins every day of the week: salmon with basil, spicy chicken with honey... 

Poissonnière
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La Chambre aux Oiseaux

5 out of 5 stars
Recommended

[Note: This review only covers the venue's weekend brunch menu]Another badly-kept secret, in just a few months La Chambre aux Oiseaux has become one of the most popular restaurants on the Canal Saint-Martin, to the point where you need to reserve a week ahead for their Sunday brunch. So is Hervé Labarre and Léna Balacco’s little canteen worth the hype?We think so. We like the grandmother’s sitting room décor, with old-school porcelain and flowered wallpaper... 

Canal Saint-Martin

Label Ferme

5 out of 5 stars
Recommended

A popular weekday lunch spot, Label Ferme is full of good things. Old crates on the walls hold salamis, jars of jam, fruit juices and fresh vegetables, and at the sandwich counter there are delicious trays of meats, cheeses and more for you to choose for your salad or sandwich (around €7 to €10 with a drink). There are a few tables, but it’s really about a quick takeaway lunch or buying cooking supplies. Further decoration comes from photos of the farmers behind the products... 

Faubourg Montmartre
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Supernature

3 out of 5 stars
Recommended

Who said eating healthily was boring? Certainly not the many regulars who flock each afternoon (and on Sunday for brunch) to this tiny canteen in the 9th arrondissement. There’s no overriding organic or vegetarian concept, just well-cooked, daily-changing healthy dishes. There’s at least one delicious vegetarian dish each day, and they often have an ‘Assiette vitalité’...

Faubourg Montmartre

Boco

4 out of 5 stars
Recommended

Fans of the fashionable trend for preserving, head straight to Boco. The Ferniot brothers, inspired by their memories of their grandmother’s dishes, had the brilliant idea of capturing the recipes of top chefs in preserving jars and now dishes by Anne-Sophie Pic, Frédéric Bau, Christophe Michalak, Philippe Conticini and more are sitting pretty in glass containers (€4 to €9). They work variously as lunch boxes, microwaveable meals or dishes to be warned in a bain-marie. The preservation method offers better texture and flavour than plastic wrapping; the risotto with macaroni, cepes and cheese by Emmanuel Renaut that we tried, though slightly under-seasoned, was beautifully tender and creamy, if on the small side. A delicious dark chocolate mousse by Gilles Goujon was more generous. All ingredients are foraged or organic, and you can also eat your pot on size or go for an excellent croque monsieur (€5.50).Two other branches are open at 3 rue Danielle Casanova (1st arrondissement) and 45 cour Saint-Emilion (12th arrondissement).  

Saint-Lazare
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Mussubï

3 out of 5 stars

A warm welcome awaits you in this soberly decorated Japanese canteen, staffed by three enthusiastic ladies who preside over a raft of bento boxes filled with delicious salads, well-cooked meats and omosubis – little balls of rice flavoured according to the recipe of the day (seaweed, spinach, corn and peppers, courgettes and miso, etc.). Everything is elegantly arranged and available in three sizes, always with a vegetarian option, and priced from €7 to €13 for a bento box and from €11 to €17 for a formule complète with soup, salad or a drink. If you get there early, grab one of the two wooden tables or perch at the counter, though the place is really set up for takeaway.Open just a few days when we visited in February 2013, the small failings – a slightly dry omosubi, a slightly listless salad ­– could easily be forgiven. Overall, everything was excellent and this charming place will be a favourite once it has settled in.

Poissonnière

Bioboa

3 out of 5 stars

The fact that this place describes itself as a 'food spa' shows how it's embracing the organic ('bio' in French) revolution. There's a high-concept air about the place: white designer chairs and tables; a beautiful bird fresco that winds through it; and a mammoth fridge overflowing with expensive mineral waters, exotic smoothies and colourful takeaway salads for the fabulously busy...

2e arrondissement
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Cru

4 out of 5 stars

Opening a raw-food restaurant is a gamble, so the owners of Cru bend the rules here and there, offering root vegetable 'chips' and a few plancha dishes. Still, the extensive menu has plenty for the crudivore, such as some unusual carpaccios (the veal with preserved lemon is particularly good) and intriguing 'red' and 'green' plates, variations on the tomato and cucumber...

Le Marais

Zen

3 out of 5 stars

There's no shortage of Japanese restaurants in this neighbourhood, but the recently opened Zen is refreshing in a couple of ways. First, there is no pale wood in sight; the colour scheme here is sharp white, green and yellow for a cheerful effect. Second, the menu has a lot to choose from - bowls of ramen, sushi and chirashi, hearty dishes such as chicken with egg on rice or tonkatsu...

Louvre
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Comments

7 comments
David H

We enjoyed Noglu. They also have a location on the left bank at 69 rue de Grenelle.

Thomas T

Nice ranking! Just a point about Hobbes : the restaurant is closed since several years now.


And you've to try the new spots : VG Pâtisserie (11th district), le Potager de Charlotte (9th district), HOPE (3rd district) ;)

Nathalie D

I don't understand this weird selection... Vegan Folie's is disgusting, Bob's Kitchen is very simple, Potager du marais is ok but overpriced, NoGlu is not veggie-friendly and Grand Appétit is a sad macrobiotic place.  

You miss the real vegan best places in Paris like Loving Hut, Gentle Gourmet Café, Hank, 42 Degré, Saveurs végét'Halles, M.O.B. , VégéBowl, Hobbes, Soya, Café Ginger... 

Pierre D

You miss the awesome hank restaurant, fabulous vegan burgers!


Clark Taylor

There's a great Vietnamese veggie resto down the street from Helmut Newcake you should give a try: Tian Hiang, 14, rue Bichat, Paris 75010

Anu J

@Clark Taylor It is my favourite restaurant in Paris : )! Though, I dont understand why it wasn't there when I went last week...perhaps they're refurbishing? The signboard...everything..was gone.