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9 Rue Jacques Coeur, Paris, France

Refreshing vegan cafe - great for lunch

30 Sep 2015

We visited for lunch. The small menu is made up for by the high quality tasty food you will find here. Choices include 2 soups, 3 tart options with salad, and cold rolls with salad. There are also a number of desserts on offer and fresh juices. We tried one of the tarts (Kale, Brocolli & Potatoe) and the cold roll with salads option - both were fresh and tasty - the accompanying salads (which included three different pates) were not the standard boring versions you seem to get in Paris. All the staff were friendly, particularly the owner (an English man who speak fluent French) who took the time to explain the menu options to us, and even offered some other suggestions for vegan eating in Paris. Atmosphere is really pleasant - nice and bright, and surprising quite given its closeness to Place de Bastille. A lovely little vegan oasis for a lunch break - would highly recommend.

34, Quai d'Austerlitz, Paris, France

Nothing like Brooklyn M.O.B.

27 Sep 2015

We decided to go here having previously visited M.O.B. in Brooklyn NY. This place bares no resemblance to its NY equivalent. Not only are some menu items completely missing (e.g. mac&cheese) but they have managed to "frenchify" the burgers and this is not good. Whilst the Texas burger was full of flavour it was way too small, and had hardly any filling. The California burger was pretty tasteless. "Fries" were okay but not real fries. The standout however was the soft serve sundae - a real treat for a vegan - however this was very pricey at 5 euros + extra for toppings. Location is inconvenient. All in all I would not make a special trip for this place, but if you are hungry and in the area you could get a snack sized meal here.

24 Boulevard de La Bastille, Paris, France

Vegans must try this place

27 Sep 2015

Fabulous vegan restaurant which offers an elegant dining experience - something hard to find in Paris!. The staff are friendly and good at explaining the menu which changes seasonally.

Dishes are beautifully presented. The cannelloni on their summer menu is out of this world amazing. They have also had a go at veganizing some french classics like "faux" gras and macaroons. The macaroons were fantastic. We'd go back just for these.

It's exciting to see restaurants like this popping up in Paris. It sets a high standard and we hope there are more like this to come.

9 Rue la Cerisaie, Paris, France

Ain't nothing grand

03 Dec 2011

We visited the restaurant in September 2011. It was possibly the worst vegan dining experience we had while traveling through Europe. While the staff were extremely nice, it couldn't make up for the scary food. It was so tasteless and everything looked like it had been prepared a few days before and left to sit. The menu offers a limited selection. We ordered some soup, which was served luke warm, and came with bread that was rock hard. A vegetable tart with a tired looking salad was hardly edible. We were the only people in the restaurant for most of the night, until two innocent American travelers arrived as we were about to leave. Sadly we were unable to warn them of what was ahead!. Needless to say, we left the place with a "grand appetit" and had to stop off for a 2nd dinner elsewhere on the way back to our apartment.

88 Rue Charenton, Paris, France


03 Dec 2011

This is a fantastic health food grocery store. We were staying in Paris for a few weeks in September 2011, and as vegans we were a little worried about how we would get along food wise. Arriving by taxi to our apartment, we were excited to discover the Pimlico store across the road from our apartment building. After dropping off our bags we went straight down to the store and we were not disappointed. There was a great selection of vegan products,fresh vegetables, organic wines & cruelty free beauty products. We were particularly impressed with the helpful staff. The owner made a special effort to make us feel welcome, putting up with our very bad attempts to speak French. This place became our 2nd home while we were away. It's open late most night, so very handy for a last minute purchase.

3 rue de la Boule Rouge, Paris, France

Great little asian mock meat restaurant

27 Sep 2015

If you are looking for good Asian vegan mock meat meals this is the place to go. Similar to Tien Hang. Large menu, with almost all vegan. Menu has photos of most of the meals so you can see what you are getting. Staff are friendly and some speak English. Very tasty. Meals were slightly on the smaller side but gives you the opportunity to try more items on the menu. For wine drinkers you may be a little disappointed as there is only a house wine on offer, which was not to our liking. Overall however a little oasis of vegan mock meat heaven at good prices.

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