The city of Paris and cuisine are closely linked. You eat well and convincingly. The French love pastries of all kinds, scones and quiches, which for those who are celiac could be a problem. The truth is that in Paris there are plenty of restaurants offering gluten-free menus. In fact the issue has become so widespread that there is a special certificate indicating that the food served is safe for celiacs.
I advise several places, besides gluten free meals , offer quality service and luxury:
At number 63, Rue Lepic you will enjoy a good brunch suitable for celiacs. Crepes, sandwiches, salads and quiches have nothing to envy those who do have gluten. It is usually quite crowded because it is very well price for expensive Paris.
More than a restaurant this is a bakery, but I assure you you will leave this spot full and really satisfied. You can find it in the Canal St. Martin, in the 10th district. Its specialty: quiches, French pastries and cakes meringue. All without gluten. You can also take home these treats because right there they sell bread, chocolate and gluten free buns.
The menus are varied in this charming restaurant in the Passage des Panoramas of Paris. There you can eat a really delicious dish such as roast cod with carrots or vegetable lasagna, yes, lactose free lasagna, usually a crowded spot so we recommend booking in advance. Its elegance and quality have made Noglu fashionable.
It is a very elegant confectionery. There the “macarons” (which are sweets) are particularly rich and, of course, without gluten. They are very popular but also very expensive. It is a small luxury you´ll quickly become addicted to.
In the supermarket aisles is not easy to find specific products without gluten and it certainly takes a while to find them. But with Naturalia shops, with several ones in Paris all the products sold are free of gluten. They are not particularly expensive and everything is very good.
At number 12 Rue Guisarde, The Boussole is one of the restaurants that carries the banner of “gluten-free”. It is very cozy and serve, among other things, ravioli with curry and white chocolate panacotta. Some dishes are very much in demand.
Le Vin Qui Danse
It is a cozy and chic restaurant you will find at No. 4 Rue des Fosses Sain-Jacques and where being celiac almost almost a philosophy of life. The most requested dishes have salmon. They also cook very rich creams. Here gluten is banned.
In Paris there is a gap not only for celiacs, but also for vegans or those who are strict vegetarians. Their kitchen is so elaborate that Vegan Café also attracts carnivors. They produce a vegan cheese, with mushrooms, onions and artichokes that could reanimate the dead.
Find apartment accommodation in Paris and enjoy their fine cuisine.You´ll want to go back! If you thought that you were not going to find restaurants suitable for celiacs, you´re wrong!