For the followers of a committed, reasoned and balanced cuisine or for the curious that want to know if we can really find the same flavours as usual in vegetarian cuisine, Aloha has put together a list of the top 4 vegetarian restaurants in Paris.
A short walk away from the Canal Saint Martin, Soya has been the essential restaurant of vegetarian gastronomy since 2007. The products are organic, the decor chic, the lights dim… The value for money is fair since a dish costs around 17 euros and the juice 5 euros. Aloha recommends the vegan couscous, a full brunch and divine soups.
Le Grenier de Notre Dame
It’s the first Parisian vegetarian restaurant! Abib has remained the chef since 1978 along with the same producers, and 80% of the products are organic. The dishes are quite generous and prepared by a dietician. Two starter-main-dessert formulas are available for € 12.50. The first “zen”, is macrobiotic, meaning cereal based such as spelt or bulgur. The second is vegetarian with a cocktail of pressed fruits and vegetables, vegetable fritters, seasonal ratatouille and seitan kebab. Rather easy to relax in this botanical garden atmosphere, with plants in every corner and delicacies on our plate!
Jah Jah By Le Tricycle
Jah Jah By Le Tricycle is the first Afro-vegan restaurant in Paris. The dishes are zero colouring or preservatives guaranteed and the decor is all wood with portraits of Bob Marley on the walls. There are also satellite events organized here (exhibitions, debates, etc.) around veganism, “Italian” food and naturopathy. Treat yourself and try the different Creole, Indian and South American inspiration dishes
At Peonies, near the Château d’Eau district, you can both sip an organic matcha latte, eat 100% vegetarian and leave with a bouquet of flowers, since it’s a coffee-florist-boutique. – The place is beautiful, bright and decorated in emerald and pink tones. Aloha recommends the famous avocado toast on Nordic bread and cocoa nibs and the homemade granola with fresh fruit.