Les Mauvaises Herbes

  • Vegetarian Vegetarian
    ( 2 reviews )

3 Rue du Jardin des Plantes (at rue Terme, rue Burdeau, place Sathonay), Lyon, France, 69001

Reported to be a vegetarian restaurant for lunch, a tea & coffee house in the afternoon and a wine bar in the evening (HappyCow assumes all are vegetarian). Offers dishes, raw cakes and pastries, as well as bio dynamic and natural wines, some of which are vegan and others that could possibly be made vegan upon request. Food is organic and with no added sugar, often without gluten. Open Tue-Sat 12:00pm-11:00pm. Closed Sun, Mon.

Categories: Vegan-friendly, Organic, Raw, Beer/Wine, Take-out, Catering, Gluten-free

2 Reviews

First Review by loloford

nice and cozy - Edit

Few choices but all very nice. Mostly tapas food with a lot of drinks. If you are really hungry you might dont like it.
Friendly stuff and 90% vegan menu

Pros: friendly stuff cozy atmosphere excellent taste

Cons: a bit expensive a few eating options

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Raw food specialist - Edit

The menu offers 2 options for entrees and 2 options for the main dish and 1 desert. It changes every day.
Virginie is a raw food maestro! I love her dishes.
Not everything is raw but everything is vegan (even the wines according to the waiter) except the cheese in the evening (tapas selection).
The portions may seem small but the food is really filling and nutrition, so don't worry!

Pros: good raw food choices, location, very good cuisine

Cons: service is a bit slow, they are begginners

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