• EXKi - Chaussee d'Antin

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  • White Veg-options
Fast food

Serves meat, vegan options available. Fast health food concept with outlets in France and Italy. Tagline is "nature's kitchen." Offers grab-n-go sandwiches, bowls, salads, juices and soups with vegan options and ingredients listed. Uses some organic produce. Open Mon-Fri 08:00-21:00, Sat 10:00-21:00.

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5 Reviews

First Review by whyitripped


Points +15739

20 Oct 2023


Another bad experience and their espresso was absolutely gross (they didn’t even have a proper espresso machine). Vegan options are super limited. There’s more choice for vegetarians though.



Points +50

15 Dec 2019

Quick and healthy

Quick healthy snack. Vegan food seemed mostly limited to various salads high in protein like lentils or kale.

Pros: Healthy, Fast

Cons: Not a lot of vegan options.


Points +519

14 Jun 2018

vegan breakfast options limited

Went there for breakfast but rather limited : no vegan yogourt quiche or cakes

Pros: self service , opening hours

Cons: no vegan cakes


Points +2888

03 Jul 2017

Gross and overpriced

I stopped for lunch at EXKi after touring the Opera Garnier nearby. I expected this to be a Pret a Manger type place with at least a handful of affordable vegan to go options. However, this was not the case and I do not recommend this place to any vegans.
This cafe features a variety of mostly vegetarian to go options like quiche, sandwiches, salads, etc. However, none of their hot meals or soups are vegan friendly, and neither are their sandwiches. The only vegan options are one or two overpriced salads that honestly do not look very good, a veggie springroll wrapped in rice paper, a rice and falafel bowl, a rice and zucchini bowl, a cup of oats mixed with berries, and fruit cups. Their 'bowls' sit in the fridge with their salads and look unappetizing and stale.
I tried the Zucchini and rice bowl. It consisted of white rice with zucchini in this yellowish tomato and bell pepper sauce on top. This small portion was about 9 euro. Both the rice and zucchini were pretty terrible, but the sauce was the true horror. It tasted a bit like vomit, in my opinion, and only served to make an already terrible meal significantly worse. It also made me feel sick for the rest of the day.
Again, I do not recommend this place at all. Vegan or otherwise, their food does not look appetizing. If you are vegetarian you'll likely be better off, but there are much better places in Paris to grab a bite.

Pros: nice decor, quick

Cons: bad food, expensive, not very vegan friendly


Points +327

23 Jan 2016

Great for a quick and healthy bite

Great health food place to grab some quick take away or sit down and enjoy a coffee and salad. Their food looks healthy and fresh. All ingredients are listed and they use some helpful label to easily tell if something is vegetarian, dairy-free or gluten-free.

The interior is simple but nice with a bicycle theme. It is self-service, but the staff was quite friendly and helpful.

They could improve by having a vegan label as well; by having more vegan options (there were no vegan desserts for example); and by using real glasses, plates and cutlery (they only had disposable ones).

Prices were more than fair. The location is really convenient, right next to Lafayette. I will certainly be back here again for a quick bite.

Pros: Healthy, Ingredients listed and some labeling, Good prices

Cons: No vegan label, Could do with more vegan options, Disposable glasses, dishes and cutlery

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