Gluten Free in Paris
No one knows food like the French. And nowhere in France has more restaurants than Paris. Whether you suffer from Celiac Disease, a gluten-intolerance or simply prefer to follow a gluten-free diet, we’ve gathered together some of the best places to eat that Paris has to offer the gluten-free traveller.
Take at look at our listings and be sure to let us know how you got on after your gluten-free holiday, or if you know anywhere we have not mentioned which is serving the best in gluten-free fare then contact us.
And remember to bookmark this page for easy access on your travels.
(To avoid dissapointment please be aware that most French restaurants will close for a period over the summer – so if you really like a place you’ve found on www.glutenfreeworldwide.com then call the restaurant before your visit to make sure they’re open)
16 passage des Panoramas
tel 01 40 26 41 24
As the name suggests this restaurant is COMPLETELY GLUTEN FREE!!! NoGlu is a gluten-free epicerie, open for lunch and brunch during the day and a fixed dinner menu Wednesday, Thursday and Friday nights (reservations recommended). No picking some main course you don’t really want here , you can have them all! And how about following that main up with a caramelized apple crumble or a prune tarte !!
36 rue Bichat
METRO: Goncourt & Republic
TEL: 09 82 59 00 39
The creators of Helmut Newcake, Marie (Pastry Chef herself gluten intolerant since the age of 20 years) and François Tagliaferro, wanted to offer all food lovers, intolerant or not, the first 100% gluten-free pâtisserie in Paris.
A modern and quirky place where you can eat in or take-out homemade pastries, all made with certified organic gluten-free flour.
Helmut Newcake also offers lunch dishes of the day, Sunday brunch reservation, the hard to find supplies of foreign products in France, and a tearoom, all gluten free.
47, rue Laborde
The biosphere cafe is an organic bakery & creperie offering many gluten free choices including sandwiches, gluten-free free pizza, gluten-free pasta and daily specials.
Pastries: Bavarian Fruit, chocolate dessert, lemon pie, macaroons. Seasonal special pastries like yule log, the cake also available.
All homemade and gluten-free! An exclusive dining experience for the coeliac tourist.
Gentle Gourmet Coffee
24, boulevard de la Bastille
Metro Bastille (exit 4)
Tel: 01 43 43 48 49
Organic restaurant with many gluten-free options on request and an informed staff.
6, rue du forez
Tel : 09 83 82 53 53
Most dishes such as salads, seasonal vegetables, soups, risottos, pies and pastries are gluten-free.
Aux Ducs de Bourgogne
30 Rue Bourgogne
01 45 51 32 48
Gluten-free savoury and sweet galettes (like Crepes) made with buckwheat flour.
29, rue St-Placide, Paris 6th
tel: 01 42 84 02 04
Monday to Saturday
from 10am to 20pm
4 Toullier Street, Paris 5th
tel: 01 43 54 41 49
Open Monday to Saturday from 11:30 a.m. to 10:30 p.m.
except Monday and Saturday noon
With a selection of gluten-free entrees, mains and desserts Tugalik will not leave the weary travelling coeliac wanting. Tugalik promises to make you ‘discover that eating healthy can be an intense pleasure, whether you are vegetarian, gluten-intolerant, lactose … or not!
Let us know what you think of their fresh organic fare!
109 Rue Vieille du Temple
Tel: 01 42 72 13 77
Famous for their gluten-free gallettes (Crepes made with Buckwheat)
15 rue des Petits Champs
A number of gluten-free options and if you contact them prior to visiting they may even create a special GF menu for you! Paris in style!
6 RUE BAILLEUL
01 45 96 05 72
Spring have told that they are very used to accommodating coeliacs and even have a delicious gluten-free bread.
Please note however Spring is closed from august 11th to august 19th for summer vacation.