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Review: This was the first vegan place I went to in Paris. My partner and I ate lunch here the afternoon we arrived (21/09/13). After having a tiny bit of trouble finding it - partly because of being new to the city and partly because it's in a kind of indoor marketplace among a lot of other food stalls - and disturbingly/ironically/strangely directly opposite a butcher's. The setup is very simple, with cute kitsch decor, retro posters and children's desks and chairs, complete with paper and crayons, presumably to create a playful or family-friendly atmosphere. The woman serving us and running the place was very friendly and helpful. The menu is very earthy. I ordered a mixed juice and a vege burger with fries. The burger came on a bed of beet greens, rather than a bun, which surprised me. It was OK, but if you're expecting a conventional burger, you're not going to get one, and to be honest, not being that enchanted by raw food, I wouldn't be in the mood for a burger like that too often. The chips were fine but again, not conventionally brown and crispy. The juice was a bit watery. I ordered a coffee and then realised they didn't serve soy products there, so no soy milk for me. The price was a tiny but high for what it was, perhaps around 10 euro for the burger - which was not huge - if I remember correctly, but I like the idea of this place - healthy, vegan, raw food served with a personal touch - and support it in that sense. If raw food is your thing, give it a visit.
Posted by JenniferLoveParis on Saturday, October 5, 2013