Maisie Cafe

  • Vegan Vegan
    ( 15 reviews )
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32 rue du Mont Thabor, Paris, France, 75001

Vegan cafe offering juice and smoothie, breakfast bowls, fruit bowls, coffee, raw crackers, sandwiches, and light food. Since Nov 2016. Open Mon-Fri 9:00am-5:00pm, Sat 11:00am-3:00pm.

Categories: Vegan, Raw, Western, Juice bar, Take-out, European

15 Reviews

First Review by Ricardo

Don’t get the hummus - Edit

I really love hummus, so I was happy to see hummus on the menu when I got there. Turns out it was really bad - the worst hummus I’ve ever had, honestly. Now, it’s been said that the food is really hit or miss, so I’m sure other items are good. The only other thing I’ve tried was the Shine juice, which was actually really good and refreshing.

Pros: Good juice, Friendly staff

Cons: Expensive, Bad hummus

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Small vegan lunch spot - Edit

In our experience the food was a bit hit and miss, with some really delicious options like the avocado toast and a couple other items that were more bland. All in all however a good option for a healthy and quick vegan lunch really close to Madeleine / Concorde. The restaurant is small and fills up quickly but take away is also an option.

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good food - Edit

Soup was delicious and deserts too

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It was OK :) - Edit

If I arrived there was not much left to order, but I chose well enough and I liked the place itself. Although a bit pricey.

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overpriced but good - Edit

Place is small and cozy.
I tried the banana juice and the banana bread. Both good.

Cons: pricey

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Not the best vegan choice in Paris - Edit

This was 4th vegan place we explored. Would not be our first choice next time. Mushroom soup was very spicy and quinva salad was swimming in oil. I ordered hot water with lemon and it was overloaded with lemon juice impossible to drink. My concern was also about sanitary condition of this place as I noticed fruits stored in open boxes next to a toilet door.

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Yum! - Edit

Lovely little spot close to some of the bigger galleries. Great food, lovely staff, decent coffee. Can’t go wrong!

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Nice staff and delicious food - Edit

Good option to lunch or buy and take with you.

Pros: Lots of options, specially desserts.

Cons: not so cheap

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I will be back. - Edit

I am not raw but it was great food close to the louvre.

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Petit dejéneur vegan à Paris - Edit

Great cafè, the staff was really friendly, they have lots of fresh produce and the place is cosy. I definitely recommend the acai bowls!! :)

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delicious food and lovely people - Edit

Everything is plant based. Awesome smoothies, juices, breakfast and lunch options.

Pros: delicious

Cons: expensive

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Bon et agréable - Edit

Accueil très sympathique, jus multiples faits le matin même, foccacias, salades et plats du jour. La salle est petite mais jolie.

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Great place for a vegan snack! - Edit

Yummy and healthy. Great hot chocolate.

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lovely fresh - Edit

Really nice fresh food. Mostly raw. Soup available ( although it had run out when we got there) and some warm sandwiches ( avocado one was amazing)
Cakes also available and a variety of salads including soba noodles. Friendly staff. Would def go back.

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Good for a light meal - Edit

There is a good variety of smoothies and cold press juices.

They also offer soups, salads and desserts (panna cotta, raw tarts, pound cakes).
Portions are fair and prices similar to other juice bars in Paris.
It accommodates around 20 people, so it's a bit larger than I thought.

In general, I'd recommend it for a light lunch, or for a break during tea time. Le Jardin des Tuileries is a stone's throw away, so taking out when the weather allows it is also an option.

Pros: location, decent portions

Cons: none

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