M.O.B. is a typical vegetarian/vegan fast-food, hip-hop spot with a menu developed by a Michelin 3-star chef in the north Marais.
The restaurant was created by Cyril Aouizerate, who also started the Mama Shelter hotel by Père Lachaise. He was inspired to create a restaurant that reflected the philosophies of the pro-veg medieval scholar Maimonides and the global creative culture of hip hop. So if you are unwilling to listen to hip hop music, then maybe just get take out.
The food is really affordable because they want everyone to be able to enjoy it…not just rich people. The centerpiece is the M.O.B. – a pizza-like dish that comes in the shape of the arches of the Brooklyn Bridge (the restaurant name stands for Maimonide of Brooklyn.) They are topped with seasonal organic vegetables and sometimes fruit. They also have gluten free versions.
(photo by Rachel Barrett / tabletmag.com)
The menu also features burgers, some nice salads, donuts, and the scarily authentic looking ‘saucissson.’ But not to worry, everything is vegetarian and in fact honey is the only ingredient to look out for.
I’m looking forward to my upcoming trip to NYC to check out the original restaurant in Brooklyn and I like this quote from the chef, Alain Senderens: “I strongly believe that in ten years nobody will be eating meat. This will be the way we eat, entirely vegetarian or vegan, and science and medicine will thoroughly support that. I have always lived in the future, that is a philosophy of mine, and this way of eating is the future. I’m committed to that belief.”
32, rue Charlot 75003
01 42 77 51 05
Métro : Filles du Calvaire – ligne 8
Tuesday to Friday, 11h – 15h and 18h – 21h
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Have you been looking for the highlight of your life? I think this may be it: Gentle Gourmet restaurant and Paris Vegan Days association are uniting to host the 2nd Annual New Year’s Eve cruise on the Seine.
The cruise commences at 8pm on New Year’s Eve, boarding the boat at Port Debilly by the Trocadero. The theme is “20 countries in 20 dishes” and as you cruise by the beautiful sights, enjoying the open bar, fresh juice bar and DJ you’ll be eating an amazing assortment of 100% vegan, “max bio” food.
Check out the menu and other details at http://www.parisveganday.fr or Gentle Gourmet’s Facebook page where reservations can be made.
Purchase before December 6 and tickets will be 109€, after that they’ll be125€ (Tickets can be purchased via PayPal to email@example.com or by check.
All twenty items sound delicious but the one that is most on my mind is the Chocolate Vanilla Eclair dessert. Miam!
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The leafy green we’ve all been longing for has hit town, chez Bob’s Juice Bar! This is life changing.
BOB’S HAS KALE! (THANKS TO THE RESOURCEFULNESS OF THE DYNAMIC DUO KNOWN AS THE SPORTING PROJECT). So the green cocktail just got a little greener. And if you want to buy some for home use it is possible to pre-order at 4,50 euro a head.
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Exciting news, Paris Vegans! After briefly closing down their showroom to expand it, Un Monde Vegan is about ready to reopen in its new incarnation as an awesome vegan boutique.
The store will be 100% vegan and stock over 1000 products ranging from vegan cheese to toothpaste to shoes.
The grand opening is scheduled for Wednesday, September 19th. Check their website, though, because that date may be subject to change. Also keep an eye on Vegan Folie’s Facebook page, http://www.facebook.com/VeganFolies because they have been talking about doing a free cookie promotion for people who shop at Un Monde Vegan.
The store location is
64 rue Notre Dame de Nazareth – 75003 Paris
M ° Strasbourg St Denis (exit 2, rue St Martin) or M° Republic
tel. : 01 42 77 49 58
Their hours will be Tuesday to Saturday from 11h to 19h .
photos from http://www.vegnord.fr/
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I haven’t yet had a chance to check out the new Gentle Gourmet cafe/bistro in the Bastille, but from what I’m hearing it is truly not to be missed. Particularly because…they have vegan breakfast croissants!
Photo from discoverparis.net
From the same team that brought us the (now closed) b&b of the same name, Gentle Gourmet opened in May serving a 100% vegan combination of French and Mediterranean food. The dishes vary with the seasons and are full of organic ingredients.
Open from 7:00 am to 11:00 pm, they serve breakfast, lunch, dinner and even ‘le goûter.’ They also have a deli where you can pick up food for a quick picnic.
Our friends at VG-zone were impressed by the restaurant’s “elegance” which they say outdoes the general Parisian veg scene.
Prices are in the mid-range: entrées 9€, main courses between 12 and 16€ and desserts from 8€.
24 Boulevard de La Bastille (at Place de La Bastille)
01 45 00 46 55
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It’s always a good time to go to Chocolatitudes, but if you have been looking for an excuse then you’ll be excited to hear about the forthcoming Raw Chocolate Making Workshops.
Micah Intrator of Chocolate Therapie will be sharing his techniques and recipes in a two-hour, €25 English-language workshop. Samples will be included.
For more details check his site: http://chocolatetherapie.weebly.com/events.html
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I am very pleased to announce that I have just published my first book, “Vegan Paris”! It’s a Kindle guidebook that includes all of the best information from the site on vegan restaurants, groceries and more in a handy package you can take with you on your phone or Kindle as you zoom around town.
It’s $2.99 from Amazon, and you can read it either on your Kindle or in the Kindle App on your iPhone/Android.
If you like the site, I’m sure you’ll like the ebook. I had a lot of fun putting it together and would appreciate any reviews or feedback!
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