Vegan and Gluten Free Restaurants in Paris you have to try

Vegan and Gluten free restaurants in Paris

Vegan and Gluten Free Restaurants in Paris you have to try

We have more and more restaurants that offers vegan and gluten free menus in Paris. It’s really great that Paris is developing its food scene to please everyone’s diet! I have gathered for you here a list of vegan and gluten free restaurants and cafes you have to try in Paris! Here everybody can enjoy a great meal!

Beforehand let’s start with the real talk: I am not vegan and neither gluten intolerant. So why should you follow my recommendations for vegan and gluten-free places in Paris?? First of all because I love my fruits and my veggies! You can name me a flexitarian, but I eat less and less meat. Second of all, because I love to eat healthy, and usually the meals you can find in vegan and gluten free places are good for your body. And lastly, because many of my friends are vegetarian, vegan or gluten intolerant. Therefore, I am usually meeting them in a place where we can all be satisfied with the menu! For all of those reasons you can trust my recommendations! And this is also a guaranty that non vegan and non gluten intolerant will love those restaurants!

This vegan restaurant used to be a butcher, hence its name Abattoir Végétal – which means “the Plant Slaughterhouse” in English! Far from its previous environment, this bright café is full of good vibes! From brunch to dinner, there is one common point on the menu: all the dishes are colorful and yummy! There are also many gluten free options.

The menu is seasonal, and all the products are fresh and organic. Local supply is preferred to make sure the concept is sustainable as much as possible.

There is a special brunch menu in the weekends between 11h and 15h30.

  • Vegan
  • Gluten Free options
  • Dairy Free options


My favorite on the menu: I love the colorful wellness lattes! As the menu is changing regularly there is no need for me to give you the things I prefer. But as everything is delish so you cannot go wrong! All the plates look like rainbows and will please your eyes as much as your taste buds! L’Abattoir Végétal is one of my very favorite vegan and gluten free restaurants in Paris!

Location & Opening hours: there are 2 addresses

  • The original one is located here: 61 rue Ramey 75018 Paris. It’s open Tuesday-Friday: 12:00-16:00 and 19:00-22:00, Saturday 12:00-22:00, and Sunday 11:00-15:30.
  • A new restaurant opened here: 9 rue Guisarde 75006 Paris. It’s open Tuesday-Saturday: 12:30 to 23:30 and Sunday 11:00-16:00.

Aujourd’hui Demain

Aujourd’hui Demain is a vegan concept store with a café included. There you can buy vegan groceries, cosmetics, clothes, home accessories and petcare. They also sell books. All the brands are ethical, eco-responsible and vegan.

In the morning and in the afternoon, the coffee shop corner serves a lot of appealing gluten free cakes, some desserts and iced or hot coffees and lattes. Let me tell you, if you look at the cakes in the window you won’t be able to resist!

For lunch the menu is inspired from Mexico with things like burgers, avo toast, tacos, guacamole…

You can also order cocktails. Great news: happy hour from 18:00 to 20:00!

A brunch menu is available in the weekends (little brunch 18 E and Big Brunch 25 E).

  • Vegan
  • Gluten Free options
  • Dairy Free options


Favorite on the menu: the plant-based tacos are seriously amazing! The Mexican Chef is really talented! And I think I already told you how yummy the cakes and desserts are 🙂

Location: 42 rue du Chemin Vert 75011 Paris.

Opening hours: Tuesday-Saturday: 10:00 to 22:00, Sunday 11:00 to 18:00 (kitchen closing at 17:00)

Cloud Cakes

This vegan coffee shop is specialized in cakes and cupcakes, hence the name! You can visit Cloud Cakes from breakfast to lunch, and snacks in the afternoon. And there is a brunch formula on Sunday. For breakfast they serve vegan pastries, granola bowls, acai bowls, pancakes or avocado toast. For lunch you will find light meals like salads, avocado toast or grilled cheese (vegan cheese of course!). Last but not least, there are many yummy cakes and cupcakes to choose from at the counter (some of them are gluten free).

The menu offers hot and cold drinks as well.

It’s quite small so be ready to wait to get a table, especially if you come in the afternoon.

  • Vegan
  • Gluten Free options
  • Dairy Free


My favorite on the menu: the cupcakes and the carrot cake!

Location: 6 rue Mandar 75002 Paris

Opening hours: Monday-Wednesday: 9:00 to 17:00, Friday 9:00 to 17:00 (closed on Thursday), Saturday: 9:3 to -17:00, Sunday 11:00-15:30.

Judy Cantine Qualitarienne

At Judy Cantine Qualitarienne all the dishes are created by a naturopath. They are gluten free, dairy free and sugar free. Many options on the menu are also vegan. The motto of the place is to propose only qualitative food. Everything is tasty, proof that you can eat healthy and please your palate! You can come to Judy for breakfast and lunch and they also have some all-day breakfast options and a few cakes and desserts.

  • Vegan options
  • Gluten Free
  • Dairy Free


My favorite on the menu: the acai bowl and the cakes! I love all the selection of organic cold pressed juices. The golden milk with curcuma is a must in winter!

Location: 18 Rue de Fleurus, 75006 Paris

Opening hours: Monday-Friday: 8:00 to 18:30, Weekends and bank holidays: 9:00 to 19:00.

Le Potager de Charlotte

Le Potager de Charlotte is a gourmet plant-based restaurant – potager means “vegetable garden” in French. The menu changes over the seasons and is based on local and organic products. Most of the dishes are also gluten free. There is a choice of 3 or 4 dishes for each starters, mains and desserts. The two brothers that created the concept are on a mission to propose a high-quality vegan experience and the food is stylishly presented on the plates.

  • Vegan
  • Gluten Free options
  • Dairy Free


My favorite on the menu: as the menu is seasonal and changing I unfortunately cannot recommend you a dish.


  • 12 Rue Louise-Émilie de la Tour d’Auvergne, 75009 Paris
  • 21 Rue Rennequin, 75017 Paris


Opening hours:

  • Wednesday: 19:00 to 22:30
  • Thursday
    • Paris 9: Closed for lunch and 19:00 to 22:30
    • Paris 17: 12:00 to 14:30 and 19:00 to 22:30
  • Friday & Saturday: 12:00 to 14:30 and 7:00 to 22:30
  • Sunday (Brunch): 11:00 to 15:00
  • Closed Monday and Tuesday

Love Juice bar

Love Juice Bar is offering açai and superfood bowls, cold-pressed juices and smoothies. But you can also eat avocado toasts with gluten free bread, salads, snacks and raw cakes! This one of the completely vegan and gluten free restaurants in paris!

You can eat there and also order to take away. And they are located not far from the Eiffel Tower!

  • Vegan
  • Gluten Free
  • Dairy Free


My favorite on the menu: the açai bowl is to die for, especially with the peanut butter! I bet the other superfood bowls are too.

Location: Love Juice Bar

Opening hours: weekdays 9:00 to 17:00, and weekends 10:00 to 18:00.

Maison Nomade

Maison Nomade is a place dedicated to healthy food and well-being! Therefore, the seasonal menu is designed with naturopaths. You can find sweet and savory options for breakfast and lunch. And there are many drinks to match your needs: juices, lattes, teas, coffees, ciders, beers, wines and even some cocktails.

The place is bright with some plants here and there, and the ambiance is pleasant. If it rather quiet in the morning, it gets packed around noon for lunch and brunch during the weekends.

  • Vegan
  • Gluten Free
  • Dairy Free


My favorite on the menu: the cookies and cakes, and the colorful lattes! I love to come here, Maison Nomade is one of my favorite among the vegan and gluten free restaurants in Paris!

Location: 140 Rue du Faubourg Saint-Martin, 75010 Paris

Opening hours: weekdays 8:30 to 19:00 and weekends 10:00 to 18:30.


Ob-La-Di is a tiny and cozy coffee shop located in the 3rd arrondissement. Here everything is vegetarian/ vegan and they also have some gluten-free cakes! Some example of the things you can find on the menu: granola bowl, chia pudding, avocado toast, poached egg, salad, burger, scones, cookies… The coffee is a good reason to visit as well!

  • Vegan
  • Gluten Free
  • Dairy Free


My favorite on the menu: the granola bowl is amazing, and you have to try the avocado toast!

Location: 54 Rue de Saintonge, 75003 Paris.

Opening hours: weekdays 8:00 to 17:00 and weekends 9:00 to 17:00.

VG Patisserie

As indicated in the name, VG patisserie is a vegan (and organic) bakery. Created in 2016, it was the first one in France! Located in the 11th arrondissement of Paris, this is the perfect place to go if you are dying to eat a vegan croissant! They have all the typical pastries you can find in a French bakery (croissant, pain au chocolat, brioche, cinnamon roll…) in a vegan version. They also sell some gluten free desserts.

For lunch VG Patisserie offers some savory options with sandwiches, quiches, pizzas…

You can eat there or take away.

  • Vegan
  • Gluten Free options
  • Dairy Free


My favorite on the menu: all the pastries are very good!

Location: 123 Boulevard Voltaire, 75011 Paris.

Opening hours: closed on Monday, Tuesday 13:00 to 19:00, Wednesday to Saturday 9:00 to 19:00, Sunday 9:00 to 17:00.

Wild and the Moon

Wild and the Moon is not only plant-based and gluten free, but also organic, plastic free, and without any additives. Their juices are cold-pressed with no HPP (High Pressure Processing – a cold pasteurization technique that inactivates certain microorganisms, bacteria and enzymes in the juice). In a nutshell this place is very healthy!

You can eat at Wild and the Moon from breakfast to lunch and snacks in the afternoon. They serve all-day breakfast with açai and other superfood bowls, porridge, healthy snacks, pancakes, pastries… For lunch they have starters, salad bowls, hot bowls, focaccias, and desserts. Drinks are very varied with smoothies, pressed juices, superfood shots, lattes or coffee. They have a partnership with a coffee shop to offer one of the best organic coffees of Paris.

You can eat in or take away. They also do delivery!

  • Vegan
  • Gluten Free
  • Dairy Free


My favorite on the menu: I really like all their bowls for breakfast, I have tried a few different ones as they come in many colors and flavours!

Location: Wild and the Moon has become one of the most popular vegan and gluten free restaurants in Paris. Therefore they have opened many different places in the center of Paris.

  • 55 Rue Charlot, 75003 Paris (near République)
  • 25 Rue des Gravilliers, 75003 Paris (near Le Marais and République)
  • 4 Rue du Helder, 75009 Paris (near Opera Garnier)
  • 138 Rue Amelot, 75011 Paris (near République)
  • 19 Place du Marché Saint-Honoré, 75001 Paris (near Louvre Museum and Tuileries Garden)


Opening hours: it depends of the location but here are the common opening hours. Monday to Saturday: 9:00 to 19:00, Sunday: 10:00 – 18:00

No reservation.

Café Oberkampf

This typical coffee shop serves brunch all day. It’s rather small and very popular among the locals living in the neighborhood! You will find a version of the traditional French breakfast with bread, and peanut butter, almond butter, or jam, but also some granola bowls, muesli, grilled cheese sandwiches, avo toast… The Shakshuka is one of their specialty. It’s not an only vegan and gluten free place, but they have options on the menu.

Café Oberkampf being a real coffee shop, the coffee is very good.

The café is very small so be ready to queue if you do not come early.

  • Vegan options
  • Gluten Free options
  • Dairy Free options


Favorite on the menu: the Bircher muësli is delish!

Location: 3 rue Neuve Popincourt 75011 Paris

Opening hours: Everyday 8:00 to 17:00 (kitchen closing at 15:00).

No reservation.

Café Méricourt

Little brother of the popular Café Oberkampf, Café Méricourt has an all-day brunch menu. The food is fresh, the coffee is excellent, and the ambiance is very convivial!

This is not a vegan only or gluten free only place but many things on the menu will match your needs! Here are some of the dishes: granola bowls, pancakes, English breakfast, shakshuka, green bowl…

You might have to wait in line if you come during the weekend for brunch as the place is quite popular!

  • Vegan options
  • Gluten Free options
  • Dairy Free options


My favorite on the menu: I loved the seasonal granola bowl, but if you like savory you should try the Shakshuka!

Location: 22 rue de la Folie Méricourt, 75011 Paris

Opening hours: Weekdays 9:00 to 16:00 and Weekends 9:00 to 18:00 (last order at 15:00).

No reservation.

Il Quadrifoglio

You like pizza but you are gluten free? You can try the ones of Il Quadrifoglio! This Italian restaurant located near Bastille and Le Marais has a gluten free pizza dough for you on the menu! And I was so happy when I got served a pizza in a shape of heart: really adorable!

  • Vegan options
  • Gluten Free options
  • Dairy Free


Favorite on the menu: pick you favorite pizza you cannot go wrong!

Location: 19 Boulevard Bourdon, 75004 Paris.

Opening hours: Tuesday to Saturday 12:00 to 14:30 and 19:00 to 23:00 – Closed on Sunday/ Monday.

I am sure you will find what you are looking for in this list of vegan and gluten-free restaurants! Do not hesitate to message me if you need for more ideas!

One of my dear friend Chiara, the Founder of Baci di Dama – Living gluten free, has a list dedicated to Gluten Free hotspots in Paris in her blog. Check it out!

If you are looking for more places to eat in Paris (not especially vegan or gluten free), check my other foodie articles:


If you need travel guides for Paris, check those ones:


Do not hesitate to reach out of you have any questions about Paris!

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  • Mayuri Patel
    Posted at 11:01h, 02 May Reply

    OMG so many options for vegan food ! I had notion that getting vegan/vegeterian food in Europe is quite difficult, but this seems quite opposite. Love Juice Bar and Cafe Mericourt seems my kinda Place, glad you shared such amazing tips and recommendations.

    • Limitlesssecrets
      Posted at 11:28h, 03 May Reply

      More and more places are opening because more and more people eat vegan/vegetarian here! I am glad you found places you like in the list Mayuri!

  • Emma
    Posted at 11:24h, 02 May Reply

    On peut etre vegan ou non, tout a l’air absolument délicieux ! A tester la prochaine fois que je rentre a Paris. Merci !

    • Limitlesssecrets
      Posted at 11:29h, 03 May Reply

      Je confirme Emma! Je me suis regalée dans toutes ces adresses! J’espère que tu pourras vite les tester!

  • Charlotte Lint
    Posted at 11:54h, 02 May Reply

    OMG, get in my belly! Like RIGHT NOW!!! This all looks sooooo good!

    • Limitlesssecrets
      Posted at 11:30h, 03 May Reply

      I am sure you would love them Charlotte! The food is delish in all those places!

  • Mal
    Posted at 12:18h, 02 May Reply

    OMG, the food looks glorious! Wish I read this post before my trip, I love plant-based cuisine 🙂

    • Limitlesssecrets
      Posted at 18:58h, 03 May Reply

      I am sure you will have the opportunity to try some of them next time you come to Paris Mal!

  • Suvarna Arora
    Posted at 15:24h, 02 May Reply

    I love your food photography Ophelie. All of this looks so yummy. Although I am a picky eater 🙈but I would love to go a few cafes with you whenever I come to Paris..

    • Limitlesssecrets
      Posted at 18:57h, 03 May Reply

      I am sure you would find something you like in those restaurants Suvarna! They are so good!

  • Marisa
    Posted at 15:28h, 02 May Reply

    Holy smokes these all look so delicious! I wish I had known about these cafes and restaurants during all my trips to Paris a few years ago! Thanks for sharing! Now I have a reason to go back!

    • Limitlesssecrets
      Posted at 19:00h, 03 May Reply

      There is always a good reason to come back to Paris right Marisa?!

  • Zsuzsanna
    Posted at 16:22h, 02 May Reply

    Such a great post! I remember I ate some desserts in the Cloud Cake when I was in Paris, but I need to visit all the other ones, the vegan meals look delicious!

    • Limitlesssecrets
      Posted at 11:32h, 03 May Reply

      The food is excellent in all the restaurants! I hope you can taste it next time you visit Paris Zsuzsanna!

  • Mal
    Posted at 17:13h, 02 May Reply

    Your pictures look so good they make me want to go to Paris just for the food! 🙂

    • Limitlesssecrets
      Posted at 11:33h, 03 May Reply

      I am glad the photos are making you hungry Mal! Hopefully you can try the places by yourself soon!

  • Val
    Posted at 17:46h, 02 May Reply

    So many colorful and super inviting dishes in here, great selection Ophélie! I’m particularly intrigued by those superfood bowls of Love Juice Bar..

    • Limitlesssecrets
      Posted at 11:36h, 03 May Reply

      So happy that you find my selection tasty Val! The bowls in Love Juice Bar are so yummy, I had the açai bowl and I loved it!

  • Sophie
    Posted at 18:34h, 02 May Reply

    Oh my gosh all this food looks INCREDIBLE. MY tummy is rumbling away after reading this. I love how colourful it all is too. I’m similar to you, I’m neither vegan nor gluten free but I do love these restaurants as they’re usually full of healthy, tasty options. I can’t wait to be able to travel to Paris and try some of these.

    • Limitlesssecrets
      Posted at 11:37h, 03 May Reply

      Makes me happy to see you are enjoying the food through the photos Sophie! I hope you can visit these places soon!

  • Natalie
    Posted at 20:49h, 02 May Reply

    OMG everything looks so good! I was planning on being in Paris this summer, and while I’m bummed I won’t get to go, at least I’ll know where to eat when I do get the chance to visit 😉

    • Limitlesssecrets
      Posted at 18:21h, 03 May Reply

      I am so sorry to read that you had to cancel your trip, the context doesn’t help unfortunately. I hope you will be able to go to Paris soon Natalie!

  • Julie
    Posted at 21:02h, 02 May Reply

    Maison Nomade looks so cool! I love that their seasonal menu is designed by naturopaths — so unique!

    • Limitlesssecrets
      Posted at 18:22h, 03 May Reply

      Yes it’s quite original! And this is one of my favorite places, you will love it Julie!

  • Ellie Green
    Posted at 21:02h, 02 May Reply

    Everything looks SO good!! I especially like the look of the drinks at Maison Nomade!

    • Limitlesssecrets
      Posted at 18:42h, 03 May Reply

      They have the cutest lattes Ellie! In l’Abattoir Vegetal too!

  • Bettina
    Posted at 21:04h, 02 May Reply

    These places all look incredible! I absolutely need to try them as I am looking to stick to a healthier diet and mostly eat completely grain-free! Love this post!

    • Limitlesssecrets
      Posted at 18:44h, 03 May Reply

      Then those would be the perfect places to eat Bettina! And they are so yummy!

  • Valentina Vucicic
    Posted at 21:30h, 02 May Reply

    I eat plant based food so this is perfect for me. Thank you! Great photos!

    • Limitlesssecrets
      Posted at 18:45h, 03 May Reply

      Thank you Valentina! I really enjoy the food there, so they should be perfect for you too!

  • Elena Pappalardo
    Posted at 21:42h, 02 May Reply

    I’m in LOVE with all of your foodie photos! I just pinned this post and hope to check some of these out on a future visit! 🙂

    • Limitlesssecrets
      Posted at 18:46h, 03 May Reply

      Let me know if you visit Paris Elena! That would be nice to meet you!

  • Lyne
    Posted at 21:51h, 02 May Reply

    So many good spots! I love Wild and the moon and Cloud Cakes. I didn’t know about Ob-la-di I will have to check it out as soon as I can. Thanks for sharing.

    • Limitlesssecrets
      Posted at 18:47h, 03 May Reply

      Ob-La-Di is cute, warm and the food is exceptional! You will adore it!

  • Pam
    Posted at 22:27h, 02 May Reply

    I’m not even gluten free and would love to try some of these! They are stunning and so appetizing! Definitely saving for whenever I get back to Paris!

    • Limitlesssecrets
      Posted at 18:49h, 03 May Reply

      Those restaurants have such photogenic AND tasty food, that’s what makes them so interesting to visit! I hope you can try them Pam!

  • Courtney Delfino
    Posted at 01:45h, 03 May Reply

    Wow I had no idea Paris had so many great options! I can’t wait to check them out one day! XO

    • Limitlesssecrets
      Posted at 18:50h, 03 May Reply

      Paris is THE city to enjoy good food! I hope you can experience it by yourself Courtney!

  • mayi
    Posted at 03:18h, 03 May Reply

    Every time I go back home, I’m always impressed to see the vegan/gluten-free shops increasing. I have been to Cafe Oberkampft and Wild & the Moon. Both are amazing and everything was yummy. I love the Oberkampft area, there are so many cute shops now.

    • Limitlesssecrets
      Posted at 18:54h, 03 May Reply

      Yes the 11th arrondissement is THE neighborhood for cute cafes, I wish I was living closer to this area!

  • Alexandra B.
    Posted at 03:22h, 03 May Reply

    so so many beautiful foods here! So many people think that in order to eat vegan or vegetarian that you have to compromise taste and flavour — and that isn’t the case at all! Some of the best foods I’ve had have been vegan 🙂

    • Limitlesssecrets
      Posted at 18:55h, 03 May Reply

      This is totally right Alexandra! That’s why I wanted to share those restaurants!

  • Alicia
    Posted at 13:24h, 03 May Reply

    What a great blog post! My son has celiac disease and visiting Paris was a struggle to find food for him where everyone else wanted to eat! These all look delicious.

    • Limitlesssecrets
      Posted at 18:59h, 03 May Reply

      Now you have a list of great places to visit for your next trip to Paris Alicia!

  • Cristina
    Posted at 14:19h, 03 May Reply

    It’s great to find a blog like this! I have always heard that Paris doesn’t many vegetarian or vegan restaurants, but I am glad that this is changing. I’m not vegetarian or vegan either, but I have reduced my meat intake and that means that I do a vegetarian diet at least 3 days a week. Also, all these restaurants look so good! Thank you for sharing 🙂

  • Marissa
    Posted at 20:38h, 03 May Reply

    These all look amazing! I can’t wait to go back to Paris to try these now.

    • Limitlesssecrets
      Posted at 20:38h, 09 May Reply

      I am sure you will love them Marissa! Hopefully you can try them soon!

  • Maria Paravantes
    Posted at 16:14h, 12 May Reply

    Great pics and so enticing. Really eager to try some these out even though I’m not a vegetarian. Thanks for the enlightening info. Really in depth..

    • Limitlesssecrets
      Posted at 11:37h, 17 May Reply

      You are so welcome Maria! I loved these restaurants and it’s my pleasure to share them with more people!

  • Vivien
    Posted at 21:52h, 20 May Reply

    Oh my goodness, this guide is amazing!! Wish I had seen it before my trip to Paris last year. So many great vegan restaurant options. Definitely saving it for next time though. Thank you!

    • Limitlesssecrets
      Posted at 12:02h, 21 May Reply

      Thank you for your feedback Vivien! I am happy you found here some great spots to eat for your next visit to Paris!

  • MacKenzie
    Posted at 00:08h, 23 August Reply

    Oh. My. Goodness!! These photos and food all look so amazing! I visited Paris mannnyy years before veganism was so popular, and it was hard to find places like this on the internet. I’m so grateful to have this fantastic and honest resource for when I can re-visit!

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