Quiet and at 5 minutes to the Musée du Louvre. Prices are corrects. All organic. Vegan will feel good
The best part of this place is that vegan options are clearly labeled, which is rare for Paris restaurants. They have menus in French and English.
I had a vegan vegetable soup, a "pot-au-feu" (like a stew with big chunks of veggies and quinoa), and a soy chai latte with cardamom for dessert (they also have a fruit cup). I enjoyed the ambiance, but the food was a little lackluster. It was fresh, though, as was the accompanying bread, and was pretty good after a good douse of salt.
This would be a great place to take a visiting non-vegan because there are plenty of options for veggies and omnivores, and it's pretty traditionally French. Between my dad and me we had two main dishes, a small soup, one dessert, and one latte for 30 euros. Not bad.
The service was slow and cold but hey, that's Paris.Pros: vegan items labeled, nice atmosphere, decent prices
Cons: slightly bland
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