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10 Places for Eating Gluten-Free in Paris

Eating gluten-free in Paris, the home of bread, croissants, pastries and more bread, could seem like the impossible task. However, we have found the best gluten-free options for you so that you can enjoy the culinary delights that the city has to offer and enjoy your trip here without worrying about what’s in crepe or croissant. Feast your eyes on our list of the best places for eating gluten-free in Paris.

1. Parisian Macarons

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Glorious news for celiac or those suffering from a gluten intolerance, Parisian macarons are traditionally gluten-free, rejoice! These beautiful and colourful delights can be found all over the city. The best macarons are known to be found in Ladurée or Pierre Hermé so make sure to start there and sample the crème de la crème of Paris’s, fortunately gluten-free, delights!

Ladurée

Pierre Hermé

2. Chambelland

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14 Rue Ternaux, 75011 Paris

01 43 55 07 30

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Thank the gluten-free gods for Chambelland.  Packed to the rafters with homemade gluten-free breads of every variety you could possibly imagine, and the creators of some of the best gluten-free treats in the city with brownies, tarts, muffins and many more., Chambelland is a gluten-free heaven on earth. It’s a well-known favourite and not one to be missed.

3. Helmut Newcake

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28 Rue Vignon, 75009 Paris

09 81 31 28 31

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Another well-known and well-loved gluten-free patisserie, Helmut Newcake offers a grand variety of traditional French patisseries made with gluten-free recipes, and sometimes even dairy-free. The menu includes lemon meringue tarts, beautiful cheesecakes and even éclairs. They also have a lunch menu, if you are after a savoury gluten-free fix. Everything is well priced and extremely tasty.

4. Noglu

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16 Passage des Panoramas, 75002 Paris

01 40 26 41 24

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Home to what some are calling the best gluten-free burger in Paris, Noglu is a firm favourite amongst gluten-free diners in the city. There are now three different Noglu restaurant-cafes in Paris, each providing something a little different but each wonderful and well-thought out. You will find scones, croissants, pains aux raisins and also burgers, club sandwiches, fish and meat dishes and dairy-free and vegetarian options.

5. Biglove Caffé

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30 Rue Debelleyme, 75003 Paris

01 42 71 42 62

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A cosy corner in the heart of the city, this place should definitely be on your list when eating gluten-free in Paris. They are widely known for their gluten-free pizzas which are some of the best in the city. With a rustic, homely ambiance, extremely aesthetically pleasing as well as delicious, Biglove Caffé provides the ideal haven for a gluten-free brunch, lunch or a sweet treat.

6. Bears and Racoons

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21 Rue Richard Lenoir, 75011 Paris

09 51 67 87 71

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On their website, they say they offer a healthy canteen with fresh, gluten-free products. They do not disappoint on the taste-front. Their sandwiches are generous in portion and they do not skip out on the quality either.  An extraordinarily relaxed dining experience where you will find the best gluten-free fast food in Paris, make sure to give this a try.

7. Thank you, My Deer

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112 Rue Saint-Maur, 75011 Paris

01 71 93 16 24

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A small café-restaurant, exclusively gluten-free, Thank you, My Deer is a restaurant and coffee shop with 100% gluten-free, homemade and natural products. On top of providing some of the best gluten-free food in Paris, you will find that their coffee is also of excellent quality. Dairy-free milks are on offer for the hot drinks, so why not go and enjoy an almond-milk hot chocolate with a gluten-free pear and chocolate muffin, or a sandwich. You won’t be disappointed.

8. Foucade

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17 Rue Duphot, 75001 Paris

01 42 36 11 81

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A vegetarian patisserie and entirely lactose and gluten free, Foucade is famous for its beautiful dessert and patisserie selection.  Healthy and luxurious, Foucade is found in a very central location and ideal if you are looking for a healthy lunch or guilt-free cake or dessert. Not one to miss in this gluten-free Parisian line-up!

9. Rozell Café.

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24 Rue la Vieuville, 75018 Paris

01 49 25 39 47

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If you’re a crêpe lover and want a veritable Parisian crêpe experience, Rozell could be the answer. They offer incredible savoury buckwheat options which are beginning to overtake their regular option in terms of popularity. A family run business and situated in Mont-Martre, this is a nice option for a quick yet delicious gluten-free pit-stop.

10. Wild and the Moon

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55 Rue Charlot, 75003 Paris

01 86 95 40 46

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Speaking of pit-stops, Wild and the Moon is a lifestyle movement instilling the principles of unprocessed, pure food and offer a great selection of their famous juices whilst also having several salads with quinoa, acai bowls, chia puddings and breakfast options such as banana bread and granola with fruit. An excellent option for vegans and vegetarians, make sure to pop into Wild and the Moon!

 

Although it may seem a daunting spectacle, this list and these wonderful restaurants, cafes and patisseries all mean that your tastebuds will be fully satisfied without compromising your gluten-free diet. Bon appétit!

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10 places to eat vegan in Paris, vegan, food, veganism, Paris

10 Places for Eating Vegan in Paris

In the home of croissants, cheese and other butter and egg-based delights, it could seem like an impossibility to find good vegan food in Paris. However, Veganism has been on the rise in the city and you can now be sure to find some incredible vegan treats in Paris. We have put together a list of the top 10 vegan eateries in Paris so that you will never go hungry in the city of love!

1. VG Pâtisserie

123 Boulevard Voltaire, 75011 Paris

09 67 80 13 42

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Here you will find some of the most beautifully crafted vegan creations in the city, with desserts and pastries at reasonable prices. Come here if you are after a coffee and a cake and you will not be disappointed. Organic, vegan and scrumptious pastries, a welcoming ambiance, VG Patisserie is perfect for a vegan in Paris.

2. Vegan Folies

53 Rue Mouffetard, 75005 Paris

01 43 37 21 89

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Well-known for their incredible vegan desserts, Vegan Folies is our next installation in our top 10 vegan eateries in Paris. They also offer some savoury options such as some sandwiches and their well-loved lasagnes. The cheesecakes are some of the best vegan desserts in the city and are sure to please, along with the friendly staff and large portions.

3. Cloud Cakes

6 Rue Mandar, 75002 Paris

01 42 33 95 45

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100% Vegan, specialising in cupcakes, situated centrally near Les Halles, Cloud Cakes provides some of the best vegan sweet-treats in Paris. This coffee shop is perfect for a pit-stop or place for breakfast or lunch. They have wonderful, and extremely well-priced lunch options such as soup and salad for only 9,50€. This vegan treasure is not one to miss.

4. Loving Hut Paris

92 Boulevard Beaumarchais, 75011 Paris

01 48 06 43 84

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Next on the list of top 10 vegan eateries in Paris, Loving Hut Paris is home to yet another delicious homemade vegan cheesecake and some extremely tasty, Asian-influenced, savoury options. Some of their most popular dishes include their samosas and vegan quiche. This restaurant is a must on your list of vegan eateries in Paris.

5. L’As du Fallafel

32 Rue des Rosiers, 75004

01 48 87 63 60

Some of the best falafel in the city, at this Kosher Middle Eastern restaurant you will find extremely reasonably priced (less than 10€) vegan falafel that is renowned throughout the city, if not the world, for being some of the most delicious in Paris. The long queue speaks for itself.

6. Hank Burger and Hank Pizza

55 Rue des Archives, 75003 Paris

09 72 44 03 99

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Called by many “the best vegan burger in Paris”, the Hank Burger restaurant is a must. Their pizza restaurant also provides some of the best vegan pizza the city has ever seen. It is well known that their fries are also delicious, so make sure to try them! Entirely affordable and with gluten free options on the menu, it’s obvious why Hank is one of our top 10 vegan eateries in Paris.

7. Hot Vog

10bis Rue Vavin, 75006 Paris

01 42 49 36 69

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Vegan hot dogs? Yes, please! Artisanal levels of care and attention are put into the making of these extremely affordable hot dogs, and they do not disappoint. Their best-seller costs only 5€50 and is packed with delicious fillings and flavours. A simple, yet wholly satisfying vegan meal in Paris.

8. Le Potager du Marais

24 Rue Rambuteau, 75003 Paris

01 57 40 98 57

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Since 2003, this vegan gem has been adapting traditional French foods into vegan delights. 100% Vegan and entirely French-feeling, if you are after a traditional, Parisian restaurant experience with a vegan twist, then this is perfect for you. They have everything from onion soup, to crème brulée. This is about as vegan as Paris gets.

9. Ladurée

75 Av. Des Champs-Élysées, 75008 Paris

01 40 75 08 75

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Although not a vegan eatery, if you are after the complete Parisian experience, the raspberry (framboise) flavoured macaron at Ladurée is in fact vegan and a firm favourite. This is an ideal option for those travelling with others who are not vegan. Ladurée’s macarons are well-known as some of the best in the city.

10. Café Ginger

9 Rue Jacques Cœur, 75004 Paris

01 42 72 43 83

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Perhaps saving the best for last, this vegan delight makes up the final instalment of our top 10 vegan restaurants in Paris. Delicious food, fantastic service, Café Ginger is sure to please. Reasonably priced, excellent salads, soups, quiches and plenty of other hots and cold delights. With a Japanese influence and gluten free options, be sure to have dinner here.

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Top 5 Historical Monuments in Paris

There is no better way to discover the history and culture of Paris than by visiting some of its breathtaking historical monuments, which are scattered in and around the capital. With so many on offer in Paris, it is often difficult to know where to start, especially if you are here for only a short amount of time. To help you, we have narrowed it down to the top 5 historical monuments in Paris.

1. The Eiffel Tower

This is the first of our top 5 historical monuments in Paris, perhaps an obvious starting point. Designed and constructed by Gustave Eiffel for an international art festival, this must-see monument was intended to be but a temporary feature in Paris. Thankfully still with us, it is now one of the most frequented tourist attractions in Europe, if not the world. And it is for good reason that this is the case. Beautiful when sighted from a-far, astounding when seen up-close, you absolutely cannot miss La Tour Eiffel during your stay in the city. Alight at Trocadero (Metro line 6 or 9) for a breathtaking view of this historical monument, or take a trip in the lift to the top.

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2. Notre-Dame Cathedral

The historical monument is synonymous with Paris and, if for no other reason, should be on your list because it is completely free to enter! It is truly one of the most beautiful buildings in Paris, internally and externally, and celebrated its 850-year anniversary in 2013, a veritable Gothic masterpiece. We recommend going early in the morning or later in the evening to avoid the long queues. Furthermore, there are regular services and all are welcome to attend the mass, especially if you enjoy choral music. One almost feels transported back in time at this hauntingly beautiful, historical monument.

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3. L’Arc de Triomphe

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Iconic in Paris and around the world, l’Arc de Triomphe commemorates the lives of all the French soldiers who fought and died in the French Revolutionary and Napoleonic Wars. Commissioned in 1806, inscribed with the names of French victories and generals, this historical monument is a must-see for your stay in Paris. One can approach the base of the arc wherein lies the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, buried after World War I, for whom a flame is rekindled every evening. This famous monument is fascinating for those interested in the history and culture of France as a nation. We also recommend that you make the climb to the top of the Arc, preferably at sunset, as it will provide you with a view of Paris like no other.

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4. Palace of Versailles

A short train ride away from the centre of Paris lies the astonishingly beautiful palace and gardens at Versailles. Commissioned and built during the reign of King Louis XIII and extended by his son Louis XIV, the Sun King, the palace encapsulates the glamour and wealth of the French Monarchy from the 17th century up until the Revolution. Be prepared however, the Palace and its gardens are vast, so make sure to set-aside a full day for your trip to Versailles. Incredibly luxurious and self-indulgent, a feast for the eyes, this historical monument is absolutely worth the time and money.

 

5. Basilica Sacre-Coeur de Montmartre

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This is the last of our top 5 historical monuments in Paris. Designed by Paul Abadie in Romanesque-Byzantine style, the construction of this Parisian landmark began in 1875, desired by the conservative Catholics. It was both a movement against the Paris Commune, the rebelling Republicans, and a signalling of national penance after France’s defeat during the Franco-Prussian War. Entrance to the basilica is free and we recommend you take a trip there on a Sunday to witness the world-renowned organ, built in 1898, being played at Mass and Vespers. This historical monument is the second highest point in the city and a trip to the top is highly desirable. There is a charge to access the Dome but upon reaching the top, you will be treated to, arguably, the best panoramic view of Paris.

Top 5 historical monuments in Paris, visit, landmark, monument

There are, of course, countless historical monuments in Paris that are certain to impress the curious tourist. One need only wander around the capital to see that some piece of history lies around every corner. This list, although not comprehensive, provides an excellent starting point. These historical monuments are those that you simply cannot go without during your time in the Paris, and we hope you enjoy visiting and admiring each of them.

Tickets for these monuments, and many more, are included in our package deals which can be found here.

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