With a special diet and this extensive guide, you can still enjoy excellent dishes in Paris! Recently, there has been a boom of gluten free restaurants in Paris. These restaurants everything from bakeries and classy restaurants. Read on to learn about eating gluten free in Paris... 


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GROCERY STORES SELLING GLUTEN FREE PRODUCTS

Naturalia and Bio c’Bon are organic grocery store chains in Paris which will have many gluten free products for you to choose from, and cook at your cozy home in Paris! 


MACARONS

Macarons Paris

 

Macarons, one of the prettiest and sweetest treats you can buy in Paris, are luckily suitable for those on a gluten free diet! They usually do not contain gluten. Check out our article to find the best macarons Paris has to offer! 

These pretty sweet treats are a Parisian delicacy and luckily for those on a gluten free diet, (usually) don’t contain gluten! 

GLUTEN FREE BOULANGERIES AND PATISSERIES

Going bread-less in Paris seems inconceivable, so luckily there are a good amount of places where you can get gluten free bread and even pastries in Paris... read on to learn about gluten free bakeries in Paris! 

Photo credit: Chambelland bakery glutenfreeinparis.com

Photo credit: Chambelland bakery glutenfreeinparis.com

CHAMBELLAND

Chambelland is a brilliant bakery, offering a wide range of gluten free breads and pastries made with natural gluten substitutes. 

14 rue Ternaux, 11th arrondissement. Open Tuesday- Sunday 9AM- 8 PM  

Check their website for more information

HELMUT NEWCAKE

At this pastry shop, you can enjoy traditional French cakes and pastries that are 100% gluten free. Helmut Newcake was the first place to offer GF pastries in Paris, and they even have an excellent Sunday brunch (reservations are a must). Also in the shop, there is a epicerie which sells come difficult-to-find and missed gluten free products. 

28 rue Vignon, 9th arrondissement. Open Monday- Saturday 11:30 AM- 7 PM 

Check their website for more information

GLUTEN FREE CRÊPES

More great news! In addition to macarons and traditional French pastries, you can also enjoy the traditional crêpe dinner! Breton traditional crêpes, are called galettes de sarrasin and are made from 100% buckwheat flour (blè noir or farine de sarrasin).

Photo credit: Krugen Paris yap-magazine.com

Photo credit: Krugen Paris yap-magazine.com

Caution! When you order a crêpe in Paris, be sure to ask for the ones without gluten (sans gluten) or only with buckwheat flour (avec sarrasin seulement). 

Check out our article about the best crêperies in Paris

KRÜGEN

One of the best crêperies in Paris is Krugen- a crêperie that eliminates the traditional old school crêperie interiors. Krugen has a modern and aesthetically pleasing decor, and as a bonus the crêpes are excellent filled with quality ingredients from Breton. 

58 rue de la Fontaine au Roi, 11th arrondissement. Open Wednesday- Saturday from midday and the evening from 7 PM, Brunch on Sunday from midday 

Check out their website for more information

GLUTEN FREE CAFÉS

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WILD AND THE MOON

Wild and the Moon and one of the coolest places in Paris with a 100% veggie and GF menu. The interior is also slick and makes dining there a cool experience as well as their food! 

55 rue Charlot, 3rd arrondissement. Open Monday- Friday 8 AM- 7 PM, Saturday- Sunday 9 AM- 7 PM

Wild Lab: 25 rue des Gravilliers, 3rd arrondissement. Open everyday 8 AM- 8 PM

Check their website for more information

SEASON 

At this hybrid eatery, you can visit it for either just a coffee, a juice or to eat at its neobistro. Their menu is ever-changing and always incorporates GF options. We recommend trying the acai bowls which are beautiful, delicious and a gluten free delight! 

1 rue Dupuis, 3rd arrondissement. Open Monday- Saturday 8:30 AM- 1 AM, Sunday 8:30- 7: 30 PM (the kitchen closes at 4:30). 

The take away café- 8 rue Dupetit Thouars, 3rd arrondissement. Open everyday 8:30 AM- 5 PM. 

Check out their website for more information

CAFÉ PINSON

There are two Café Pinson addresses in Paris, where you can enjoy homemade gluten free treats in a relaxed setting. 

6 rue du forez, 3rd arrondissement. Open Monday- Friday 9 AM - 10 PM, Saturday 10 AM- 10 PM, Sunday Midday- 6PM (brunch served in 2 sittings; midday and 2:30 PM)

58 rue du faubourg poissonnière, 10th arrondissement. Monday- Friday 9 AM- 7 PM, Saturday 10 AM- 7 PM, Sunday 11 AM- 6 PM (brunch served in 2 sittings; midday and 2:30 PM)

Check their website for more information 

MAISON BASTILLE

Maison bastille serves homemade fresh and colourful (and mostly gluten free!) salads and soups. 

34 bis rue Amelot, 11th arrondissement. Open Monday- Friday 10 AM- 3 PM, Saturday 11AM- 6 PM 

Check their website for more information

THANK YOU, MY DEER

Thank You, My Deer is an incredibly cozy café serving all gluten free dishes. They, like Helmut Newcake, have a great brunch and shop to buy gluten free ingredients to cook at your home. 

112 Rue Saint Maur, 11th arrondissement. Open Tuesday- Friday 9 AM- 5 PM, Saturday- Sunday Midday- 5 PM

Check their website for more information

GLUTEN FREE RESTAURANTS

For a night out, and more substantial gluten free meal, look no further... 

LE BICHAT

Eating out and gluten free in Paris can be both tasty and inexpensive. This cantine is cheap and cheerful and always has gluten free options on their menu. 

11 Rue Bichat, 10th arrondissement. Open everyday 9 AM- 11 PM 

Check out their website for more information

NOGLU

At Noglu you are completely safe, they do not have gluten on their menu at all! This cozy place, which also has a gluten free bakery on site, while it is 100% gluten free, is also rather expensive. 

16, passage des Panoramas, 2nd arrondissement. Open Monday- Saturday midday- 2:30 PM, Tuesday- Saturday 7:30 PM- 10 PM 

Check their website for more information

 SOYA

In a former faucet factory in the Canal Saint-Martin area of Paris, you can taste both vegetarian and gluten free options. Their Sunday brunch for €27 offers hot starters, numerous cold salads and purées and desserts- reservations are a must! 

20 Rue de la Pierre Levée, 11th arrondissement. Open Tuesday- Saturday 12 - 4 PM, 7- 11 PM (except Sundays)

Check their website for more information

VERJUS

Versus is a classy restaurant with an even classier menu. The young American chef Braden Perkins and his partner Laura Adrian will serve a gluten free tasting menu, but always slightly adapting their already mainly gf menu. 

52 Rue de Richelieu, 1st arrondissement. Open Monday- Friday 7- 11pm

Check their website for more information


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