Vegan restaurant opened Oct 2015 serving European style cuisine. The menu consists of 3 or 4 options each for starters, mains, and desserts. On Sunday there is a special, all-day 'late breakfast' menu. Location is near Cadet metro station, also walkable from Gare du Nord. Usually all gluten-free except for the bread.
Tiny, rustic restaurant decorated with lush plants. Serves French cuisine in vegan versions: soups, tarte, pate, patty, gratin, moussaka, dessert. A pastry chef prepares the desserts which might include lemon bars, carrot cake, and blueberry bundt. Offers a 3-course dinner menu. Reserve ahead to ensure seating. Vegetarian turned vegan in 2012. Near metro station Rambuteau.
Cuisine: Vegan, American, Western, Fast food, Juice bar, Take-out, Fusion
Est. 2014 food cart mounted on a tricycle offering hot dogs; then in 2015 opened this brick-and-mortar cafe which became fully vegan in 2016. Hot dogs, bento vegan bowls, plantain/sweet potato dishes, and fresh juice.
Tiny organic, vegan and raw bar located at Paris Belleville, est. 2016. Healthy dishes for lunch to eat in or take away. Serves house-made soups, salads, sandwiches, juices and desserts of the day. Has a counter with two seats.
Cuisine: Vegan, American, Organic, Western, Juice bar, Beer/Wine, Take-out
My Kitch'n opened this casual restaurant in the Batignolles area in 2014 (and closed its original cafe in the market in 2015). Offers a vegan menu with items ranging from veggie sandwiches, sushi burrito, salads, and hot dog to risotto and cocktails.
Cuisine: Vegan, Organic, Juice bar, South American
Plant shop, restaurant, juice bar. Shop sells Amerindian plants mainly from the desert, the Andes mountains, and the Amazonian basin. Juice bar offers hot and cold beverages made from the plants and products sold in the shop, such as purple corn, urucum, cocoa, acerola, klamath. At lunchtime the shop-bar is also a vegan restaurant wherein a range of the plants and micro-algae are represented in the recipes. Brunch on weekends. Located on a street next to Canal Saint Martin. Formerly Voy Alimento.
Restaurant combined with arts and furnishings boutique, est. 1999 as Saveurs du Vietnam. Tucked away near Sentier and rue Montorgueil. Offers pho, bo bun, and banh mi, plus a changing menu of the chef's favorites from Vietnam and Paris. Became all-vegan in 2016.
Organic vegetarian cafe with several outlets in Paris. Food is mostly vegan except for eggs in some dishes and desserts. Pay attention when ordering a coffee with milk, as by default they serve it with cow's milk (almond milk is available). Free Wi-Fi. This is their first location.
58 rue du Faubourg Poissonniere (at 10e), Paris, France
Cuisine: Vegan-friendly, Organic, French
Organic vegetarian cafe with several outlets in Paris. Food is mostly vegan except for eggs in some dishes and desserts. Pay attention when ordering a coffee with milk, as by default they serve it with cow's milk (almond milk is available). Free Wi-Fi. Its 2nd location.