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Le Bio d'Adam et Eve

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41 rue St Honore, Paris, France, 75001

Serves meat, vegan options available. A healthier, ethical deli cafe and organic canteen. Offers organic fresh salads, sandwiches, soups, and warm dishes for grab-n-go; has a few tables for seating. Vegan choices include: tofu and hummus salad, seaweed salad, Indian tahini sandwich, soups, vegetable mixes, quinoa mixes, paella, vegetable croquette, spring rolls, fruit desserts, nut milk. Has a filtered water fountain. No Wi-Fi access.

Category: Vegan-friendly, Lacto, Ovo, Organic, Fast food, Beer/Wine, Take-out, European, French, Non-veg

Reviews (17)

First Review by Lilie

beaucoup d'option vegan - Edit

Très bon restaurant en self service, beaucoup de plats vegan notamment des salades complètes avec crudités et graines, des sandwichs , de la soupe et plusieurs plats chaud (toujours vegan) qui se payent au poids. Très bon ! Il y a également des jus et smoothies bio

Pros: Tout est bio


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Reasonable options, in a pinch - Edit

We popped into this little café as it was right by our hotel and we were too tired to go further afield. There were a few vegan options (I had quite a nice salad), but their sandwiches are tiny! They had lots of baked goods but none were vegan, most were gluten free.

Pros: Great for a mixed group as they cater to vegans, o

Cons: Limited vegan options


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great healthy option - Edit

Only went there for a dessert and a slice and it was both super yummy and not too sweet. Everything was clearly marked vegan and the staff was very helpful. Also the salads in the fridge looked really nice. With the warm buffet I didn't like the fact that meat was right next to vegan dishes and spoons could be used for both - so I noticed some chicken in the vegan dish. Not their fault, but could be designed better. The other thing I didn't like was that the desserts and slices were all already wrapped and packed in plastic.

Pros: healthy, yummy, clearly marked vegan food

Cons: too much plastic


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Casual spot at Chatelet - Edit

This is more a casual diner, takeaway and healthfood shop than a restaurant. I got a bemused look when I asked if they had a table for one for an early dinner! You just take a tray and help yourself. There is a buffet of various warm (not hot) dishes; mains are sold by weight, which is a bit strange. Watch out; most are vegetarian/vegan but not all. They are well labelled but you will need your French. All the information about set menus etc is chalked up on blackboards (in French). I had the set dinner, which was €12 for a main of 280g and either a starter (small salad) or a dessert.

I chose a quinoa and lentil salad with a Thai dressing for a starter and a selection of vegetarian dishes to make up a main. The salad was good. The main dishes I tried were very much 'catering' but perfectly edible and there was a good range of vegetables. However, it was an hour and a half before closing and some were nearly finished. I had some Moroccan chickpeas, courgettes, some red cabbage and some rice with cabbage. I also had a green iced tea €3.90, which was fine but would have been better in a glass with ice. The dining area was pleasant and clean and I was quite comfortable dining solo.

The lady behind the counter needed to be prompted to explain the system and the options but was pleasant and helpful once I asked questions. We managed mostly in French but she seemed to speak some English too.

Pros: Central location, Ethical stance, Set menu good value

Cons: Warm, not hot, mains, Plastic plates


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Closed! - Edit

Went to have long at this resturant on Monday (19 August 2013), after a very long walk this resturant was unfortunately closed. This contradicts info of resturant on happy cow. Not sure if its just for summer or whether it's always closed Sunday, just a heads up!

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Great experience! BIO in the center of paris - Edit

Great experience in the very center of Paris (between Rue Rivoli and Les Halles)! Choose between cold sandwiches / salads, a hot buffet (by kilo) or deserts / yogurts. The staff is also super friendly, helpful and passionate. They even offer gluten free food which is difficult to find in Paris. It’s a unique place to find something healthy, quick and casual!


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good soup! - Edit

I had a tub of soup there for my much today, it was very tasty and reasonably priced - €4.50 and it came with bread. The girl working there was very friendly and helpful and it was a nice chilled out atmosphere. They had many sandwiches salads, bakery goods and snacks too. A nice place!

Pros: great chilled out atmosphere , friendly staff

Cons: could be more obvious what is vegan - veg things w, soup could be a bit hotter


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great restaurant - Edit

I went there a month ago and it was really good! The staff nice and helpful and the offer was very large with veggie and vegan products but also gluten free, sugar free and raw food friendly products which we can't find everywhere! I also found that the price wasn't very high for this kind of high quality products!

Pros: very nice staff, large offer, low prices


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Bio-Snacken im Zentrum von Paris - Edit

Le Bio d'Adam et Eve ein Bio-Snacking im Zentrum von Paris (zwischen Chatelet und Centre Pompidou), wo Qualität und Ethik im Einklang stehen. Alle Produkte 100% Bio von lokalen und regionalen Produzenten. Die Besitzerin ist engagiert und erklärt mit Leidenschaft ihre verschiedenen Produkte (Sandwichs, Salate, Warmspeisen, Käse und vieles mehr). Mein Favorit die hausgemachten Smoothies. Ein Paradies im Herzen von Paris !!!

Pros: Excellent food, Friendly and passionated staff


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Great little deli/restaurant - Edit

This is a great casual spot. You can choose between a bunch of cold sandwiches and salads and sides, or a hot buffet sold by the kilo. Bread and some baked good are also available. The service is super friendly and helpful, a huge attribute! Lots of choices for vegans and those avoiding celiac. It's a unique find in Paris and great for when you want something quick and casual.

Pros: Fast, Friendly, Variety

Cons: Sells fish and chicken items


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Quick and simple eats - Edit

The staff was VERY friendly and helpful. The operation for getting food is not exactly obvious, so the staff was very quick to explain things to us. We went closer towards closing time, so the food on the buffet was running out and cold...but tasty, nonetheless. For a med. size plate of food it cost €9. Water is free. Seems to have a great salad selection and is good for food on the go, more so than dining in.

Pros: Friendly staff, Taste, Price

Cons: Selection


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Organic and veggie-friendly - Edit

Le Bio d'Adam et Eve is nearby Les Halles, which makes for a perfect rest stop. I was pleasantly surprised by the quinoa and sprout salad and the variety of healthy and tasty food. Lots of gluten-free goodies too. A salad here fills you up nicely and at 7 euros that is quite difficult to find elsewhere in Paris. If you want something warm: there's a warm buffet and soup on offer as well.


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Very good biological restaurant - Edit

Le Bio d'Adam et Eve is a very good adressee!
The proposed assortment is extremely varied, whether it is in entrances, in warm dishes, in sandwiches, in desserts, amuse mouths, seeds, breads, milk vegetables, seaweeds and the others. We find also very rare food in catering (germinated seeds, tofu, seaweeds, plant milk) there. The waitresses are smiling and caring. We smell that the health of the consumer, the taste, the freshness and the quality are a permanent concern.
I really like this place !

Pros: excellent food, healthy cuisine, friendly staff


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