Bob's Juice Bar

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15, rue Lucien Sampaix (at Metro: Jacques Bonsergent), Paris, France, 75010

Serves fish, vegan options available. An American juice bar in Paris. Juices, smoothies, soup, salad, sandwich, muffins, coffee, wheatgrass juice, organic options, and supplements for juices like spirulina. Has one long communal table for seating, and a bench. Previously fully vegetarian, reported March 2017 to be also serving salmon. Open Mon-Sat 7:30am-4:00pm.

Categories: Vegan-friendly, Lacto, Fast food, Juice bar, Take-out, Non-veg

15 Reviews

First Review by matrosin

Amazing breakfast and juice - Edit

Started a busy day of site seeing here. The staff were very friendly and spoke excellent English compared with my very bad French. The juice was fresh and tasted amazing. The avocado bagel as mentioned in other reviews was fantastic and an amazing way to start the day. Highly recommend. Not a lot of room to sit in however that adds to the vibe of the place. Please give this a try if you are near by.

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so so - Edit

I've been there a couple of time, they do make excellent avocado bagels. And they have home made kefir.
Yet the place is anything but cosy. If you need a place where to rest and have a quiet breakfast or read a magazine, forget about it - no toilets, no fancy coffee.

Pros: kefir, good juices, good avocado bagel

Cons: serves fish, small, unwelcoming, no toilets, not cheap

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Avocado Bagels - Edit

Quickly stopped in here for breakfast. Tried the avocado bagels. There didn't seem to be a whole lot of vegan options, food-wise. It was also quite expensive considering for bagels but I guess it is mostly meant as a juice bar (considering its name!). It did taste very good, though.

Pros: Good Quality Ingredients

Cons: Little Expensive, Not a lot of vegan food options

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Great for juices and soups - Edit

Friendly spot for fresh juice or soup. Casual but delicious. Check it out!

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Good experience but sometimes limited vegan choice - Edit

I tried once this juice bar by taking a noodle salad and a vegan bagel to take away. I asked the waiter what was their vegan choices since it was not clearly indicated but he answered me with precision and a smile. So I found the staff friendly contrary to some other reviews. The noodle salad and the bagel were both tasty and of sufficient quantity for a quick lunch. I also tried one of their fresh juice that was excellent! I took the whole things away and get near the Canal Saint-Martin, not far from the bar, to eat my lunch. I have a good souvenir of this experience and would recommend it.

I just would admit that their vegan choices are not always so large since they change their menu each day.

Pros: good food and juices, friendly staff

Cons: sometimes limited vegan choices, mostly to take away

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rude service and overpriced food - Edit

The guy serving me was rude. His attitude seemed to be that he was doing me a big favour by selling me food.

It's not a vegan friendly place. There was just one vegan meal option available when I was there. It was an overpriced bagel avocado sandwich.

Cons: service, price - given what you get

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Green smoothie & green juice! - Edit

This small juice bar made my day with a spicy green cocktail. There's a green smoothie and a daily mix juice as well. I had the vegan Pad Thai salad, which was very tasty. The lentil soup (vegan) and the futomaki roll looked appetising too. My boyfriend had the sandwich (avocado, red pesto, arugula and tomato). The green tea & chocolate cookie and apple & strawberry muffin were a lovely way to finish the meal. Fresh ginger tea, bread and water were free :-)

Pros: friendly staff, vegan-friendly, fresh ingredients

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OK! - Edit

they seem to have a sandwich of the day, so he had to check if the sandwich was vegan, and it was.

it was filling and lots of veggies. nothing spectacular for 6 EUROS, but good on the go.

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not exactly inviting - Edit

Bob's was the first place I went to as soon as I got to Paris, hoping to spend a nice time reading my book and drinking wheatgrass juice there. But huge disappointment as soon as I stepped inside: it was very small and they were about to prepare some food on the only table that clients could use to sit down. I had the impression to intrude or that the place was closed. Second disappointment: no wheatgrass juice! So I went for a milkshake, which tasted ok, but was surely overpriced for its size. And no chance for sitting down and enjoying my refreshing drink on the spot. So unless I have some extra money and am really craving for a refreshing smoothie while in Paris - I don't think I'll go back there.

Pros: vegan milkshake

Cons: small, overpriced, uninviting

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Good guys, great atmosphere - Edit

I got stuck in Paris after missing a connecting flight, and Bob's is one of the few vegan places there that I'd never been to, so I decided to give it a go. Firstly, the food is great, like everyone else I got a sandwich and it was damn good. They have free refills on the coffee, and the smoothies are suitably excellent. The three guys that work there are all really friendly, came across as really good people (they certainly had plenty of happy regulars in and out of there it seemed), even leant me an iPod charger while I was there. They are also crusaders for canine cleanliness, a damn respectable cause if you ask me.

Pros: friendly staff, great food, reasonably priced

Cons: a little bit tucked away

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Not friendly at all - Edit

I went here based on the reviews. We arrived one hour before closing time (we came at 3pm) and our reception was less than friendly. Our waiter treated us like we were imposing on him greatly, even though it turns out that all he had to do was pull 2 pre-made sandwiches out of a fridge. The sandwiches, btw, were absolutely delicious. I don't know about the juice because an hour before closing they were alredy cleaning all the equipment and putting it away, so we didn't feel like we could ask. Some regulars came in to pick things up while we were there and were treated very cordially by the same waiter, who then treated us quite coldly again when we needed the bill. This waiter wasn't Bob, but he was the only one out of 3 people working in this tiny place willing to serve us. Despite the good sandwich, I wouldn't go back.

Pros: Good sandwiches

Cons: Very small, Unfriendly, Don't go an hour before closing!

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I wish I could've gone back! - Edit

Bob's is run by Bob, an American guy and his Italian buddy. theyre both VERY nice and helpful. We had a couple juices which were perfect and a raw salad which was delicious. We also shared what they call a sandwhich but i would call a wrap and it was also insanely good. Each item was under 5 euros as well. I wish bob lived here in LA which he said he did once. I want to go back and so will you!!

Pros: Yum, Healthy, Good Prices

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Bob's Moving towards RAW!!! - Edit

As a raw foodist who does catering, classes, consults, I really appreciated Bob's juice and take away all raw salad the other day. Although Bob's is NOT a raw food restaurant, (they also serve cooked grains, muffins, other foods), they went out of their way to please when I visited. In a delightful conversation, I discovered that Bob is actually moving towards adding more raw food options on the menu and is interested in doing dehydrated crackers, cookies and snacks. I hope that when you visit Paris, you will visit this pleasant, fresh food restaurant.
Chana Rachel Mark, Ma'ale Adumim, Israel

Pros: Fresh and Healthy, WHEATGRASS, Made to Order

Cons: Small space

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Refreshing and like being at home..... - Edit

Located near the Metro station of Jacques Bonsargent, Bob's is a small but pleasant cafe. The service is quick, food is good quality, staff is extremely nice and accommodating, and the food choices change everyday based on availability. They are open from 0730 to 1600 M - Sat. While I was in Paris, I would go out of my way to go to Bob's but then again with the metro system, nothing is really out of your way in Paris. I would highly recommend a visit. If you are lucky, the owner might be playing the acoustic guitar during lunch.....with his son, the little boy known as the Supreme Commander.

Pros: Good quality food, great prices, nice atmosphere

Cons: a little small

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nice,nice! - Edit

These two guys, who were really friendly. Perfectly speaking english (i think the're from america). When we went there they didn't got much vegan stuff, but we bought a take away salad witch was super good!Little cozy place. Also got muffins, sandwiches...all vegetarian. Only Nice!

Pros: friendly, good food, in centre

Cons: close at 4 pm, more vegan stuff

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