Here is a list of the main Vegetarian and Vegan restaurants that will be of interest to a Vegan in Paris.
Here in France the awning will say ‘vegetarian restaurant’ but they might serve fish because they are macrobiotic. I’m going to include those restaurants here, even though a fish is never going to be a vegetable. There are also many places that offer vegan food even though they are not vegetarian restaurants. They aren’t on this list, but you’ll find plenty about them elsewhere on this blog.
Restaurants come and go and their hours can be unreliable so I recommend calling first before you get your heart set on it.
[Updated: January 14, 2013]
41, Rue des Bourdonnais, Paris 75001
Métro: Chatelet or Les Halles
01 40 41 93 95
This restaurant is so close to being vegan with only one non-vegan item on the menu: the lasagne. Situated in the former location of La Victoire Suprême du Coeur. Great crispy fried tofu. Plenty of vegan desserts. Review
32, rue Charlot 75003
01 42 77 51 05
Métro : Filles du Calvaire – ligne 8
Hot new basically-vegan, hip hop fast food place with menu designed by legendary chef Alain Senderens. Review
Le Potager du Marais
22, Rue Rambuteau, Paris 75003
01 42 74 24 66
Organic, with all-day long service. Small, cozy and charming: my favorite ambience. Gets busy weekend evenings, so call for a reservation.
65, rue du Faubourg Poissonnière, Paris 75003
06 60 97 16 12
Simple, pleasant vegetarian place with several vegan options.
Le Grand Appétit
9, Rue la Cerisaie, Paris 75004
01 40 27 04 95
All vegan restaurant. It’s very macrobiotic and hippy: get ready for a no frills experience (i.e. you’ll be setting your own table.) I love it, though, because it is vegan and they have a great grocery store next door.
9 Rue Jacques Cœur, Paris 75004
01 42 72 43 83
Vegan friendly international cafe
Les Cinq Saveurs d’Ananda
72, Rue Cardinal-Lemoine, Paris 75005
Métro: Place Monge
01 43 29 58 54
Great macrobiotic plates. Very friendly staff and in a charming part of the Latin Quarter.
Le Grenier de Notre-Dame
18, Rue de la Bûcherie, Paris 75005
01 43 29 98 29
Rue des Deux-Ponts, Paris 75004
Métro: Pont Marie
Welcoming, macrobiotic oriented, Paris institution. Review
8, Rue Xavier Privas, Paris 75005
Métro: Saint Michel
01 43 26 36 00
36, Rue Saint-André des Arts, 75006
Métro: Saint Michel
Small falafel place. Close to vegan except for a few cheesy items and the mayonnaise in the coleslaw. No gross schwarmas here! Order at the counter, fight for one of the three tables or walk to the Seine with your sandwich.
53, Rue Mouffetard, Paris 75005
01 43 37 21 89
Vegan organic cupcakes, cheesecakes and more!
6, Rue Cardinale, Paris 75006
01 43 26 03 24
That means brown rice in Japanese, you know. Macrobiotic. They have a counter service as well as seated dining. Tucked right behind St.-Germain-des-Prés and I love their sidewalk café tables.
7, rue Notre-Dame-de-Lorette, 75009
01 53 16 10 81
World-class raw cuisine in the heart of Paris in a small and friendly location. I love this place with all my heart. Review
23, rue des Vinaigriers, Paris, 75010
Métro Jacques Bonsergent
Tél : 01 42 01 03 44
All vegan, organic, superfoods from South America. Highly recommended. Review
Bob’s Juice Bar
15, Rue Lucien Sampaix, Paris 75010
Métro: Jacques Bonsergent
09 50 06 36 18
A lovely juice bar that even does green juices. A vegan salad and soup everyday. The best juice bar in town. Review
24, Rue Cail, Paris 75010
Métro: Gare du Nord or La Chapelle
01 42 05 78 43
Sounthern Indian/Sri Lankan, very vegan friendly with great prices. Review
92, Rue du Chemin Vert, Paris 75011
01 43 55 83 88
Buddhist restaurant. Very vegan. Casual and chinese. Unfortunately, they use MSG, but you can ask them to hold it.
92, Boulevard Beaumarchais, 75011
Métro: Saint-Sébastien - Froissart
01 48 06 43 84
Part of the international Vegetarian chain led by Master Ching Hai, this restaurant has an extensive vegan menu…including Vegan Croissants!
24 Boulevard de La Bastille (at Place de La Bastille)
01 45 00 46 55
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. Review
20, Rue Nationale, Paris 75013
Métro: Porte d’Ivry
01 45 82 99 54
Another Buddhist Chinese restaurant with a big menu. It’s really good and right in Chinatown. Review
40, Rue Gergovie, 75014 Paris
01 45 41 36 88
I have never been here, because I have read there’s basically nothing for vegans. Please add a comment if I am wrong.
Joy in Food
2, Rue Truffaut, Paris 75017
Métro: Place Clichy
01 43 87 96 79
Lively hole in the wall. Open for lunch week days only. A vegan option available for each course.
Au Grain de Folie
24, Rue la Vieuville, Paris 75018
01 42 58 15 57
A trippy little nook of a place with helpful service and standard macrobiotic fare. Review
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