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    ( 7 reviews )

7 Rond Point du Pont de Mirabeau, Paris, France, 75015

Serves meat, vegan options available. Traditional French brasserie offering a range of vegan dishes, including starters, several main dishes (varies), and a few desserts. Vegan wine and beer indicated. Open Mon-Fri 7:00am-11:00pm, Sat 9:00am-11:00pm.

Categories: Vegan-friendly, Lacto, Ovo, Beer/Wine, Take-out, French, Non-veg

7 Reviews

First Review by LisaCupcake

Je recommande - Edit

Ambiance assez calme et chaleureuse, serveur très agréable qui à chaque table présente la possibilité de manger un plat végétalien.
Je pense y retourner de temps en temps !

Pros: Le veggie burger (vegan) aux lentilles était bon

Cons: Qu’un seul dessert vegan, Les plats pris en photo et partager sur l’appli ne

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absolutely fantastic - Edit

We ordered 2 cheeseburgers for the kids, the zucchini boats, the falafel ratatouille and the lentil steak. All were absolutely fabulous. Had Omni friends with us and they enjoyed their meals as well (some even ordered vegan options!). A must visit!!

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Excellent! - Edit

The perfect choice when you want to eat both vegan and traditionally French. Imagine a completely vegan Tarte Tatin (apple pie) or French onion soup.... Our best meal in Paris - both for the vegan and non-vegans in the family!
Definitely worth a visit.

Pros: Many vegan dishes

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Great place for vegans and non-veg alike - Edit

Our family is vegan, but we were traveling in Paris with my Mom who is not vegetarian. She wanted to have a 'traditional French meal', so I looked for a place that would cater to vegetarians and non-vegetarians alike.

We found L'Apollinaire on Happy Cow and gave it a try. It is an excellent traditional French bistro, with very good vegan food. I haven't had French Onion soup in years, but their vegan French Onion Soup was undoubtedly the best that I ever had. And they had a vegan apple dessert that was out of this world.

Highly recommended!

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Un régal - Edit

Super accueil avec en prime d'une carte classique, une carte vegan au top : vegan burger savoureux avec son steak de lentilles, très fondant. Tarte tatin ultra bluffante ! Et carrot cake très généreux en terme de saveur.
À recommander pour les vegan et non vegan

Updated from previous review on 2017-05-06

Pros: Personnel agréable, Beaucoup d options vegan pour une brasserie tradi, Localisation centrale

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Fantastic Place to go with everyone - Edit

Went on a monday night, very quiet very classical. Good mixture of classical french cooking with an equal mix of vegan and non-veggie mains (Four of each) as well as good options for starters.

Really a fantastic place to go where all peoples desires will be satisfied and could not rate this place highly enough. Good if you are with a party with one or more vegetarians or as an opportunity to see inside a traditional bistro and actually be able to eat the food.

Pros: Really pleasant environment , Mixture of food choices, Really fantastic service

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Great food and a great approach - Edit

A gem of a place in the 15th!

I just discovered this very traditional French brasserie that also offers really good vegan dishes. The food is great, and there's quite a nice range of choices for a non-veg restaurant: there were four vegan main dishes to choose from on the day I went, including a burger with fries, samossas over risotto, stuffed zucchini with ratatouille and a lentil steak with fries.

There were also some amazing vegan desserts, including a fantastic lemon meringue pie (with aquafaba meringue) and an enormous black forest cake. But these may not be available all the time; we requested them in advance because we were a large group (15 people). I would call ahead to check on the dessert situation if you want those particular ones, but there should be other vegan desserts on a regular basis.

The restaurant's vegan wines and beers are clearly indicated, and you can also get a really nice lemony house-made kombucha.

As the chef himself is vegan, he wanted to introduce the brasserie's regular customers to vegan food. These dishes are listed on the regular chalkboard menu, but also on a separate menu by themselves for those who are looking for vegan options only. The chef told us that very often, non-veg customers end up trying the vegan dishes out of curiosity. And loving them!

For that reason, I see the fact that the restaurant also serves animal products as kind of a plus rather than a drawback, because it brings a chance to learn about vegan food to people who might never have gone to a veg restaurant.

It's also the perfect place to dine with a friend or family member who doesn't want to go to a vegetarian or vegan place.

Oh, and the ambiance is quite nice... red walls, lamps, mirrors with ornate frames, making for a cozy setting. Outdoor café tables in nice weather.

Highly recommended!

Pros: great food, wide range of options, friendly staff, vegan chef, cozy ambiance

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