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Saveurs Bio

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22 rue Maurice Fonvieille, Toulouse, France,

Serves meat, vegan options available. Offers a vegetarian buffet. Menu is mostly vegetarian with several meat/fish dishes. Bio, possibilite de manger vegetarien.

Category: Vegan-friendly, Organic, Buffet, Take-out, European, French, Non-veg

Reviews (7)

First Review by beavers

Good Food with vegan option - Edit

There are several vegan dishes in the menu, the atmosphere is a little cold but dishes are manly organic and tasty.

Pros: organic food, good value, vegan options

Cons: cold atmosphere


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Good value for money with plenty of vegan choices - Edit

This place near the city center of Toulouse is very interesting for vegetarians and vegans. It offers seasonal, organic and excellent food with plenty of vegetarian and vegan options. The buffet is quite always vegetarian and mainly vegan. If you have a doubt, don't hesitate to ask the waiters to call the cooker to know what is clearly vegan (they perfectly know what veganism is). The hot and cold buffet is really affordable in comparison to food quality and the portion you can have (a big plate or two small ones). They also have a buffet for desserts, plenty of them being vegan. Beside the buffet, they offer a 2 or 3-course meal but they are not very veg-friendly. They also have organic wines.

The place is pleasant, there is room and the location is convenient. To sum up: a good place to go with hungry vegans!

Pros: vegan options including desserts, good food, affordable buffet, entirely organic, friendly-helpful staff

Cons: 3-course meal not very veg-friendly


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Favourite place in Toulouse - Edit

I have been to Toulouse three times this year and went to Saveurs Bio at least once during each stay. They have a great mostly vegetarian buffet with a lot of vegan options too. In addition you have a lot of choices to order from the menue which made my non-vegetarian collegue happy. In fact he liked the food there so much that for our next business trip there was no convincing necessary to eat at Saveurs Bio again. This time he also tried the buffet and was quite happy with it. The (hearty) salad variety is quite large and is accompanied by four warm options. The culinary interested will find something new each time (last time I was surprised by the "ancient tomato salad"). There are also soups and a desert buffet. The price for food and drinks is very reasonable.

Pros: lots of vegan options, excellent food, good value

Cons: Service a bit slow, bring time


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un petit bio classique - Edit

dans une ville vouée a la viande,ce restaurant est un oasis pour les vegetariens. Les plats ne sont pas forcément glamours, mais leur diététique est impeccable : betteraves aux algues, graines de toutes sortes, pois-chiches délicieux... desserts a améliorer. Il faut arriver t't pour avoir le plaisir de plats chauds fraéchement cuits et non réchauffés. A la carte les plats sont excellents, je conseille les poireaux a l'oeuf mollet. Plus de sourire dans le service serait bienvenue.

Pros: variety, inventivity, comfort

Cons: lake of smile, coming early


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Tasty Salads! - Edit

I visited this restaurant last night (a Tuesday) for dinner with one other person. It was delicious. Both of us chose the buffet, and were disappointed most by the warm food selection. It seemed as if it had been sitting out for hours. In contrast the salads were creative, filling, and fresh (definitely not sitting out for hours!). The desserts were also appealing (ex/ lemon custard, apricot tart, fresh cherries in cinnamon, orange, and sugar syrup), but also some healthy options, such as muesli and yogurt. Some examples of the salads were: Fennel, Dill, Peppercorn and Vinegar; Pureed Beets with Garlic (among other things!); Pear, Spinach and Comte.

The wine was reasonably priced. We had a large carafe of a high quality rose for 7 Euros. The staff also provided good service, though there were only two other tables in use at that time. If I return to Toulouse, I will definitely return here as well!

Pros: Healthy, Good Value, Fresh Cold Food

Cons: Bad Hot food, Not much business, Dessert costs extra


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DELICIOUS! - Edit

I ate in this restaurant several times in 2010. THey always had at least 5 hot entree choices ( you can have as many as you choose) also there is a soup or 2.
I was never asked to pay in advance for desert or coffee. I was asked If I knew Weather I'd be choosing those. I said no, and this was never a problem. The place was clean, freindly, and the food delicious. I adivse not going to late, as it is harder to get generous portions at the end of the noon service.

Pros: good taste, plentiful choices

Cons: cofee not great


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Not as good as it looks - Edit

Though more sophisticated in appearance, with lots of room, nicely spaced tables and a calm atmosphere, we found this place a lot less appealing than the lively, colourful and much more user friendly La Faim des Haricots, Toulouse's other main veggy place. For one thing there was much less choice - two hot dishes and fewer salad options. We were asked to decide at the outset whether we wanted to have a sweet and coffee (also what size coffee), and pay in advance. But by the time we came to select our sweets there was hardly anything left - just scraps of two or three unappealing dishes we wouldn't have chosen had we not already paid. Later the sweet section was replenished, but too late for us - especially as they have a rather too attentively enforced 'no seconds' policy. There was also a reminder that sweets were for the individual they were bought for, presumably to stop you paying for one and sharing between two. One other down was the bread, which was plentiful but dry, as if cut too soon. On the plus side, there was a wide of range of condiments to put on your salads, which were tasty and seemed to be vegan friendly. Some veggies might also like the fact that it seems to be more vegan friendly than the other place.

Pros: Decor, vegan friendly, space

Cons: Choosing and paying up front, Limited choice, Bit school dinner like


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