5 Lorette

  • Vegan Vegan
    ( 8 reviews )

5 rue Notre Dame de Lorette (at 9th arrondissment), Paris, France, 75009

Organic, gluten-free restaurant est. 2016 in the South Pigalle neighborhood. Offers salads, vegan burgers, sweet potatoes fries, hummus, falafel, desserts, cold pressed juices, French biodynamic wine without sulfate. Oct 2017 reported fully vegan. Open Mon 12:00pm-3:00am, Tue-Sat 12:00pm-3:00pm, Thu-Sat 7:30pm-10:30pm.

Categories: Vegan, Organic, Raw, Salad bar, Juice bar, Take-out, French

8 Reviews

First Review by Ricardo

fresh and delicious - Edit

100% vegan since september 2017, it's also organic, fresh, home made, gluten free and delicious.
You can find very heathy food choices.
The staff is always welcoming, i really like to eat there when i'm in the neighbourhood.
Now open on mondays at lunch time.
100% vegan depuis septembre 2017, c'est un resto bio, frais, fait maison, sans gluten et délicieux.
La nourriture proposée est très saine.
Le personnel est toujours accueillant, j'aime beaucoup y aller quand je me trouve dans le quartier.
Désormais ouvert le lundi midi.

Pros: organic, vegan, gluten free bio, vegan, sans glute

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Healty and yummy - Edit

I had a wonderful diner at 5 Lorette. The portions were big enough for me, and for my family which is non-vegan but really appreciate the meal. A good place to take non-veg family and friends !
They now have a vegetarian AND a vegan option for the burger. They told me they keep the vegetarian option for now for the regular customers who are used to it...

Pros: 100% vegan, organic, fresh, Friendly service

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Excellent vegan food - Edit

Small place, hipster feeling. Good service.

Pros: Good quality food

Cons: For lunch you can only choose from 4 options

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Brilliant experience - Edit

We were there for a business lunch and the food and staff was excellent! I definitely recommend the place!

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Better than Pousse Pousse! - Edit

Previously called Pousse Pousse, this restaurant changed management, name and interiors, but it kept the same concept. They specialize in healthy gluten free food with a focus on vegan and raw dishes.

It's exactly the kind of plant food I love: lots of vegetables, greens, sprouts, but also interesting flavors. The menu is short and and very seasonal, including both cold and hot dishes. A nice change from the previous management, they added a gluten free pasta (rice/corn spaghetti with shitake mushrooms) and a veggie burger (unfortunately, the bread contains is not vegan though) to the menu.
Desserts are delicious, intense and filling, despite the small portions.
Cold pressed juices are nice, but they're all sweet, I'd love a green juice without fruits.
Previously opened only at daytime, now they serve dinner twice a week.

I guess prices can be a little lower, but it's on the average for Paris. Restaurants offering similar food (like 42 degres) are definitely more expensive.

Pros: Kind staff, Nice atmosphere , Tasty, healthy food

Cons: A bit pricey

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Amazing Vegan food - Edit

We had lunch there a few weeks ago and it was Great. I've forgotten details, but it's been on my mind to write a review because the food was fantastic.

We had lunch, taking a Burger (having burger buns including eggs unfortunately - but noted on the menu) - which came with a lot of side-vegetables shaping a very fine lunch. I took the Salad with Falafel. Only 2 falafel was on the low side, but the vegetables and vegetable crips where magnificent. All came with self-made interesting dressings.

Impressed by the dishes we took 2 raw chocolate somethings to go which we ate later. Decorated with a surprisingly flavored branch of chamomile, these deserts were small but to die for.

5 Lorette made a lasting impression, visiting Paris again in the future I will go out of my way to eat there again.

Pros: Amazing food., Kind service

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Five stars for Five Lorette - Edit

An excellent new restaurant with delicious, healthy food.

The restaurant serves totally fresh, organic, seasonal, 100% gluten-free vegetarian dishes as well as fresh juices and smoothies. The menu is quite varied and includes both raw and cooked choices. Most of the dishes include super-food ingredients.
The desserts do not add any sugars.

The dishes are100% vegetarian and almost entirely vegan. The only non-vegan item is the "burger" bun which contains eggs. This fact is quite clearly indicated on the menu and there are plenty of other options for vegans to choose from. (To respond to a previous post, the restaurant does not claim to be 100% vegan, so I don't see why someone should be surprised to see a non-vegan item being served.)

The food is beautifully presented.

I found the portions to be of quite ample size - of normal size by Paris standards. The portions are fortunately not of gigantic American size (which is one element that results in the huge proportion gigantic-size (overweight and obese (gargantuan) Americans). Fortunately, good restaurants in France focus on quality rather than on unnecessary quantity.

The brother-and-sister owners are friendly and helpful.
The atmosphere is pleasant.

Pros: Delicious, fresh, organic food., Excellent and friendly service., Pleasant atmosphere.

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Good taste; but not substantial enough - Edit

I'm always happy when a new vegan place opens in town...until I find that the place is not fully vegan.
5 Lorette's burger comes with a bun made using eggs.
That makes me wonder if it's more important for them to be 100% gluten-free rather than being 100% vegan. :(

All the other dishes (and all desserts) are vegan; so there are still plenty of options.
The food is somehow closer to being raw vegan, which is still tasty; but for me it's not substantial enough (even if you get the set). I found especially the desserts to be on the small side.

In my opinion, the portions are not a good value for the price, as they are rather small, if you consider that a good part of the plate consists of a salad.

The staff is friendly and the atmosphere is plesant; so all-in-all is was a good experience.

Pros: friendly staff, nice vibe

Cons: use of eggs, small portions

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