Even with a special gluten free diet and a trip to the gastronomical capital of the world coming up, you can still dine at some excellent restaurants! Paris has recently added many gluten free boulangeries, patisseries, and even restaurants, so don't be shy! Read on to learn about eating gluten free in Paris... 


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CRÊPERIES

You can luckily enjoy a delicious traditional French meal, and gluten free meal- Crêpes! The traditional Breton crepes are called galettes de sarrasin which are made from 100% buckwheat flour (blè noir or farine de sarrasin), and completely suitable for your gluten free needs. 

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Be sure to be cautious! When ordering a galette, always ask for the ones that are sans gluten or without gluten, or simply ask for ones avec sarrasin seulement or with only buckwheat flour. 

Check out our article about the best crêperies in Paris

KRÜGEN

Krugen is truly the definition of cool, and you won't think you are in an old school crêperie anymore. Not only is the interior cool, but the crêpes are too, and filled with 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 

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MACARONS

Macarons in Paris

The pretty and colorful Parisian delicacies are usually suitable for special dietary gluten free restrictions! 

Check out our article to find the best macarons in Paris

GLUTEN FREE BOULANGERIES AND PATISSERIES

Worried you can't eat pastries and baguettes when coming to Paris? There is absolutely no need to go bread-less in Paris on a GF diet if you know the right places to go... keep reading to discover the best gluten free bakeries in Paris. 

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HELMUT NEWCAKE

Helmut Newcake, the first patisserie offering traditional French cakes and pastries that are 100% gluten free, also has an amazing Sunday brunch and a shop where you can buy gluten free ingredients to cook with!  This place should be your go-to for all things gluten free. Be sure to make reservations for their Sunday brunch. 

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

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CHAMBELLAND

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  

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GLUTEN FREE CAFÉS

For a quick bite to eat and casual GF lunch spot, here are some of INSIDR’s favorite spots that also serve gluten free options…

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THANK YOU, MY DEER

Thank You, My Deer is a cozy restaurant with a 100% gluten free menu in the 11th arrondissement. They also have a shop where you can purchase gluten free treats and ingredients to cook with yourself. Don't miss out on their GF brunch as well! 

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

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SEASON 

Season, a coffee shop, juice bar and neobistro, has a constantly changing menu always featuring gluten free options. Do try the acai bowls which are both gluten free and delicious! 

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. 

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MAISON BASTILLE

At Maison Bastille, you can have homemade salads and soups, most of which are gluten free! 

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

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CAFÉ PINSON

With two Café Pinson addresses in Paris, you can enjoy gluten free goodies at the location nearest to you! 

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)

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WILD AND THE MOON

Wild and the Moon is one of the coolest veggie and GF places in Paris as its sleek interior design makes dining there a real treat! 

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

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GROCERY STORES WITH GLUTEN FREE ITEMS

Naturalia and Bio c’Bon are organic grocery store chains in Paris, which undoubtedly will have exactly what you're used to purchasing back home. This way, you can cook gluten free at chez vous in Paris! 


GLUTEN FREE RESTAURANTS

For a proper sit-down gluten free dinner...

NOGLU

At Noglu you are completely safe from gluten! Their entire menu is 100% gluten free, and they even have a charming bakery on site. However be warned, the prices for this convenience are quite high... 

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

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LE BICHAT

Le Bichat allows you to eat out GF and also not spend too much! This restaurant is always cheerful with gluten free options, and its best selling point, its also cheap. 

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

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SOYA

For various vegetarian and gluten free dishes in a transformed faucet factory near the Canal Saint-Martin district, head to Soya! Their brunches €27 will serve you a hot starter, many cold salads and also a dessert. Be sure to make a reservation!  

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

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VERJUS

Verjus is a very classy restaurant with an even classier menu. It is run by American chef Braden Perkins and his partner Laura Adrian. These chefs change their menu regularly, but it will always feature GF options. 

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

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