Wild & The Moon - rue Charlot

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55 rue Charlot, Paris, France, 75003

Plant-based organic restaurant est. 2016 offering cold-pressed juices, smoothies, salads, quinoa bowls, porridge, desserts, and raw crackers. Mostly vegan, apart from ghee. First of several branches. Open Mon-Fri 8:00am-10:30pm, Sat-Sun 9:00am-10:30pm.

Categories: Vegan-friendly, Lacto, Organic, Raw, Western, Juice bar, European

20 Reviews

First Review by LisaCupcake

lovely cafe - Edit

Although it might be a bit on a pricey side, I love the atmosphere and the juice was delicious. It's a great place to chat with your friend.

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Pricey hipster café - Edit

A trendy hipster café with a high focus on raw, healthy food and superfood ingredients. Many dishes they offer are probably super healthy but actually not very good or have a weird taste. Portions are as small as prices are high.

Pros: Healthy food

Cons: Expensive, Small portions, Crowded

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worth the wait - Edit

I waited in line for probably 30 minutes to order my food (Sunday mid morning) but it was worth it! I grabbed a quinoa power salad from their prepared food fridge, and then ordered an acai bowl and a lemon tart. They were both delicious, and I loved the sprouted homemade
granola in the bowl. I was glad they had prepared food too that I could eat later.

Even though it was only 11am, they were already out of almost everything that was baked and put out on display. I actually got the last slice of lemon tart. So if you want more bakery like items get there earlier on the weekend!

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really good - Edit

Very beautiful place with a lot of vegan option that are amazing. I went with my boyfriend for breakfast and all was delicious and healthy!! Except the banana bread a little bit weird but the rest was very nice.

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Wonderful oasis - Edit

I loved this place: lots and lots of vegan and raw vegan options and a lovely chilled atmosphere. I had the açai bowl and it was delicious, topped with a very generous amount of crunchy granola chunks. It's a little pricy for what you get though.

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Awesome - Edit

A rarity in Paris where it's possible to eat, to drink and to try some original, good and different food! I recommend it a lot for all the vegan and vegetarian people!

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tasty - Edit

Stopped in here twice, one for a quick bite with a friend and another for take away lunch. Prices are on the high side but the food was good and the Hollyweed smoothie was too good not to have several times.

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Best cafe latte I've had this year! - Edit

Went for a breakfast: expensive no doubt, but very good tasting. The coffee was fantastic and the environment pleasent. The acai-bowl was delicious! Recommended!

Pros: Tasty food, Nice environment, Friendly

Cons: Pricey, Slow moving line

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Hispter coffee bar - Edit

Excellent Acai bowl with crazy good granola. Prices are high as the clients are mostly expats or hip tourists it seems.
Fits in the trend of american-like places with raw food, superfood ingredients.

Pros: high quality

Cons: Expensive

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Convenient - Edit

I walked past this place looking for another vegan cafe which I think had closed or was closed that day, so when I couldn't find it I doubled back and came here. I was very hungry at this point so I didn't mind the higher prices. The food was good but not very exciting and the staff weren't the friendliest, I got the sense they didn't have the patience for anyone who hadn't been there before sand didn't know the set up. Wouldn't go back but am glad I went once.

Pros: Convenient , Nice food, Nice decor

Cons: Unfriendly staff , Busy , Intimidating

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Génial ! - Edit

Super bon tout en restant sain :) dommage que les prix soient si, si élevés..

Pros: Sain, Délicieux, Ambiance

Cons: Prix, Pas énormément de place

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expensive and pretentious - Edit

This place was obscenely expensive. Very very crowded and hipster, which is fine, but the dishes were so over priced and the vegan selection isn't that great. Would definitely not go back

Pros: nice decor

Cons: expensive , not that vegan friendly

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adore this place! - Edit

Hands down my favourite plant based eatery in Paris. I travel to Paris a lot with work and stay in the area so some days I come here for breakfast, lunch and dinner! Their acai bowl is delicious with homemade rawnola and fresh fruit, they also serve a mixture of hot drinks which made my non-vegan friends switch from dairy milk to coconut milk in their coffees full time! I love their sandwich for lunch as it's packed full of veggies and really tasty. Dinner i recommend the Soba noodles or the quinoa from the fridge and you have to get the raw chocolate truffles they are the best! Also love the ambience and decor inside - instagram worthy!

Pros: plant based, gluten free, superfood ingredients

Cons: not cheap but you get quality for what you pay for

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Trendy but too pricey - Edit

This kind of trendy veggie place is flourishing in Paris (with Café Pinson) but is definitely not my cup of tea. I understand the concept, surfing on healthy food and superfood, but it is really expensive for what you get. I had a chai and an açai bowl, that were good but had nothing special. The size was really small in comparison to the price... For such a place, I would have expected a 100% vegan place with more affordable options. However, the concept is interesting, the place is pleasant (and open for breakfast) and the staff was friendly.

Pros: nice place, good food

Cons: not 100% vegan, pricey, small portions

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rude and overpriced - Edit

the staff are not friendly at all, and many of my friends have had the same experience. the food is small and expensive. e.g 6 euro for 3 small bliss balls straight from the fridge. the owner is neither vegan or vegetarian. there. it's the kind of food that meat eaters think vegans eat. really its catered for the namaste yogi hipster crowd. so many vegan and veggie places in the are instead that you should visit instead :)

Pros: vegan options

Cons: expensive, rude

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Would go again when in the area - Edit

We went for lunch around 2 pm and enjoyed the experience . Great location, nice decor, friendly staff. I found the restaurant on Happy Cow which is the app I mostly use to find vegetarian eateries wherever I go. Our meals were delicious as were the cold pressed juices. One aspect I found interesting was that while the restaurant was full at 2 pm, I think there wasn't anyone over 30. My partner is 72 and I'm 70.

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Trendy and tasty - Edit

This is a good place if you want to be in a chic, trendy area. The interior is lovely with great light and decor. The crowd is young and the staff incredibly nice and helpful. The food is good and varied, with lots of smoothies and juice options as well.

The prices are commensurate with the type of area it is and the rents it commands - no surprise there. The food is tasty and good, but doesn't come in huge portions. Still you'll be satisfied. We had three breakfast dishes between the two of us and two lattes (golden, which was good, and matcha, which was great and I'd highly recommend that).

I didn't like that the ghee included in one of the drinks is referred to as "grass fed ghee"... well, because there's no such thing. Ghee is a secretion obtained via the exploitation of the cow. Whether that cow was fed grass or anything else is quite immaterial and any use is unjustified.

The porridge includes honey, so be sure to ask for maple syrup instead and that's no problem for the staff.

Depending on your budget, this is a good place to try even if only once.

Pros: Trendy and chic, Beautiful space, Tasty food

Cons: Not vegan, "grass fed ghee", Prices commensurate w trendy/chic area

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Very expensive - Edit

located in a great area, but most of the portions are served cold, tiny and expensive.

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Amazing! - Edit

An excellent place and hotspot in the Rue Charlot, offers in particular a wide range of organic cold-pressed juices and smoothies, nice raw desserts, crackers, salads, and other options.

Very nice concept of the place and atmosphere!

Pros: very friendly staff, community table

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Fantastic! - Edit

A great new place in the Marais. Pretty much a vegan place except that honey is used in some of the hot drinks, but you can have them put maple syrup in instead. Great ambiance, lots of plants and a "verrière" type glass roof toward the back which provides lots of natural light.

The nori quinoa bowl was great, as was the chai lattè made with almond milk, and the "Black Gold" raw milk made with almond, dates, vanilla and activated charcoal (for the detox effect).

The staff was very friendly too, which is always a plus in Paris. ;)

Highly recommend!

Pros: creative dishes and drinks, friendly staff, good ambiance

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