decent food, nice atmosphere
Posted on 12 / 18 / 2012
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.
vegan items labeled, nice atmosphere, decent prices