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Vegan restaurants Paris?

Postby _Andreas_ » Mon Mar 17, 2008 10:02 am

Anyone know of any good ones or has any general links? Cheers
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Postby Eda » Mon Mar 17, 2008 10:58 am

Vegan a Paris is a good place to start (I hope you speak French)
http://www.veganaparis.com/index.htm

The restaurant link on the front page is dead. Instead click on 'Manger' (=to eat) and click on 'Restaurants' on that page.
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Postby Gelert » Mon Mar 17, 2008 12:07 pm

Utilizes les search function ou votre yeux pour regardez ici, mon bon mate, le list of le bon vegan/veggie etc. restaurants in Paris:

http://www.veganfitness.net/forum/viewt ... p?p=160578

Merci.
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Postby Prune » Thu Mar 20, 2008 9:15 am

The list supplied in the link above should put you on the right track. I just wanted to add that if you speak French you could also go to a traditional restaurant and tell the waiter nicely that you don't eat meat/fish/eggs /dairy and ask if they could prepare you something. They're usually extra nice.

Bon voyage!
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Postby _Andreas_ » Sat Mar 22, 2008 10:14 am

Cheers for the veganaparis.com site, very handy.
The list supplied in the link above should put you on the right track. I just wanted to add that if you speak French you could also go to a traditional restaurant and tell the waiter nicely that you don't eat meat/fish/eggs /dairy and ask if they could prepare you something. They're usually extra nice.

Bon voyage!


LOL I officially live in France (am never here) and my experience so far is that people look at you with disbelief if you simply say your vegetarian. Trying to explain to them that you don't eat any animal products sends them into a state of shock. They just all love their foie gras too much to understand.
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Postby daisy » Sat Mar 22, 2008 10:47 am

thats a recently published text about vegan in paris. with fotos und restaurant criticism.
sadly it is in german:
http://www.vegan.at/warumvegan/tierrechte/paris.html

to find restaurants you could use: www.happycow.net

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Postby _Andreas_ » Tue Jul 08, 2008 7:21 pm

So far have checked out LE GRAND APPETIT and LE POTAGER DU MARAIS

Le Grand Appetit - Macrobiotic food. Was a bit bland but I quite liked it; was nice and light. Atmosphere was, well, unique. Felt a bit like communist east Germany, but was something new so all good.

Le Potager Du Marais - Organic vegetarian restaurant. Great food, great atmosphere. Loved the aubergine caviar and the quinoa pate filled with pine nuts and covered with mushroom sauce. Recommend the place!
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Postby The Duke » Tue Jul 08, 2008 7:31 pm

[quote="_Andreas_"]Le Grand Appetit - Macrobiotic food. Was a bit bland but I quite liked it; was nice and light. Atmosphere was, well, unique. Felt a bit like communist east Germany, but was something new so all good.
quote]

Little basic isn't it? I really like the fact that they do not sell water; they have a cooler which you help youself from. This is good becasue I drank about two litres to wash down 5kg of lentils and grated carrot that was my dinner!!!

Personally I think you can't beat the Grenier De Notre Dame
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Postby _Andreas_ » Wed Jul 09, 2008 4:22 pm

The Duke wrote:
_Andreas_ wrote:Le Grand Appetit - Macrobiotic food. Was a bit bland but I quite liked it; was nice and light. Atmosphere was, well, unique. Felt a bit like communist east Germany, but was something new so all good.
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Little basic isn't it? I really like the fact that they do not sell water; they have a cooler which you help youself from. This is good becasue I drank about two litres to wash down 5kg of lentils and grated carrot that was my dinner!!!

Personally I think you can't beat the Grenier De Notre Dame


They had free Tea as well this time. Water is free everywhere in france as long as you ask for a jug.

Will definitely have to check out Le Grenier De Notre Dame
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