Nowadays, more and more people suffer from gluten allergies. Thankfully a few restaurants and shops where gluten-free food can be found have opened in Paris. Check out these gluten-free shops and restaurants in Paris during your visit.
1.) Just a snack
The bakery Chambelland has taken on the challenge to sell only gluten-free bread and is even open on Sunday. This bakery is located on 14 rue Ternaux, in the 11th arrondissement.
Maison du sans gluten (meaning – House of Gluten-free) is a grocery that offers many supplies for healthy gluten-free food while Noglu, another way to say “no glu-ten”, also has a restaurant additionally. The first one can be found on 12 rue d’Hauteville (metro Bonne-Nouvelle), the second one owns a restaurant and a store in Passage des Panoramas, in the 2nd arrondissement.
2.) Pastry shops and cafés
Helmut Newcake presents the perfect combo: between having lunch or brunch or picking some groceries to go and enjoy the gluten-free experience at home, and the diversity of the artistic pastries to have with a coffee, we do not know what to choose. It is located on 28 rue Vignon, between La Madeleine church and Saint-Lazare station. Not so far from Helmut Newcake, Biosphère Café. It is quite a new pastry in Paris, offering crepes which are more than a welcomed novelty. At lunch-time, 47, rue de Laborde, or for a diner a Saturday night in Paris, come enjoy gluten-free pastries and crepes.
3.) Organic restaurants including some gluten-free meals
There aren’t many Gluten-free restaurants but more and more common restaurants offer gluten-free meals. Thank You My Deer, that doesn’t sound very French! You can taste some gluten-free meals for lunch during the week or get tempted by a brunch over the weekend at 112, rue Saint-Maur, metro Parmentier (line 3).
Too rushed to take a break? Tugalik is an eat-in and take away restaurant with various veggie and organic meals at the 29th, rue Saint-Placide, in the 6th arrondissement.
Café Pinson welcomes you to three different restaurants in Paris. Find them at the 58th, rue du Faubourg Poissonnière, at the 6th, rue du Forez or at the 66th, avenue des Champs-Elysées. They are open on Sunday afternoon also.
Un Dimanche à Paris is very special: it is a chocolate tea room-restaurant but offers very refined meals including gluten-free dishes and even pastry lessons! They are located down in Cour du Commerce aint-André, in the 6th arrondissement.