Today we are going to be going on a deep dive into where to find healthy food and restaurants in Paris. We will try to cover all of the best places to get nutritious food in your area so that you can feel as good as possible after your meal.
Kicking things off will be the best local vegan and vegetarian restaurants. Mom always told you to eat your vegetables, well you certainly will be able to at these great venues.
Then we will get into some other healthy restaurants near you, plus discuss good salad bars and restaurants with good soups. Paris health food stores and markets will follow them up, buying nutritious foods and cooking meals yourself is a great way to know just how good your diet really is.
Smoothies and juice shops will come next, and we will get you out of here with a few gluten free bakeries that should also have plenty of low sugar sweets and treats. Stick around for our local healthy foods map at the end that will have all the places we mention throughout the post pinned on it.
Plus you are welcome to read our other posts around Europe at that link if you are interested.
Vegan & Vegetarian Restaurants
Some of the best vegan and vegetarian restaurants in Paris would be:
- Bodhi Vegan at 23 Ave Claude Vellefaux
- Today Tomorrow at 42 Rue Du Chemin Vert
- Sol Semilla at 23 Rue des Vinaigriers
- Le Potager de Charlotte at 21 Rue Rennequin
- 42 Degrés at 109 Rue du Faubourg Poissonnière
- Comptoir Veggie at 75 Ave Ledru-Rollin
- Veggie Tasty at 78 Rue La Fayette
Bodhi serves some of the best vegan Vietnamese food in your area.
Today Tomorrow opens at 11am offering American and Californian inspired dishes like seasonal bowls, toasts, and burgers with vegan options.
Organic, vegan, and gluten free cuisine near you that is made with fresh seasonal fruits, vegetables, grains, and herbs can be found at Sol Semilla starting at 12pm.
Le Potager de Charlotte specializes in plant based foods produced with fresh, local, and seasonal ingredients sourced primarily from organic farms.
Local vegan, organic, raw, natural, and gluten free French haute cuisine is offered at 42 Degrés every day starting at 12pm.
Comptoir Veggie is a plant based coffee shop serving sweet, salty, and hot drinks including 100% handcrafted veggie juices.
Unique veggie wraps and bowls in Paris are available in amazing flavors from 12pm to 8:30pm on weekdays at Veggie Tasty.
Paris Healthy Restaurants
More healthy restaurants in your area are:
- Le Bichat at 11 Rue Bichat
- Dubble at 4 Rue Hélène et François Missoffe
- Mûre at 6 Rue Saint-Marc
- Judy at 18 Rue de Fleurus
- Kitchen at 74 Rue des Gravilliers
- Açaï & You at 28 Rue Saint-Ambroise
Healthy and fairly priced handmade dishes like seasonal soups, bowls, and cakes are available seven days a week from 9am to 11pm at Le Bichat.
You should try the handcrafted nutritious bowls and other healthy dishes from 8am to 2:30pm on weekdays at Dubble.
Mûre is a farm to table cafe serving homemade fare using fresh and organic seasonal ingredients from 8:30am to 3:30pm Monday through Friday and 11am to 5pm on Saturday.
From 8am to 6:30pm on weekdays and 9am to 7pm on weekends Judy offers healthy and flavorful food in your area that is free of gluten and lactose.
Kitchen is a nutritious breakfast, brunch, and lunch restaurant in Paris with many vegetarian, vegan, and gluten free options that opens at 8am.
Creative toasts, tasty acai bowls, homemade snacks, and other healthy dishes are served along with colorful smoothies and coffee from 9:30am to 4:30pm on weekdays and from 10am on weekends at Açaï and You.
Salad Bars Near You
These local salad bars should have plenty of nutritious foods to choose from:
- Chief at 104 Rue Réaumur
- Urban Salad Bar at 7 Rue Greffulhe
- Salad’Bar Le 42 at 42 Rue Louis Blanc
- Eat Salad at 19 Blvd Montmartre
- Mister Garden at 4 Rue du Commandant Rivière
Chief has a great salad bar near you while also providing bowls and other foods with vegan options as well as detox pressed juices and coffees from 11:15am to 10:30pm daily.
Fast food, salads, and vegan and vegetarian dishes with gluten free and lactose free options are offered at Urban Salad Bar from 9am to 3pm on weekdays.
You can build your own salads as well as get homemade entrees and other fresh items from 11:30am to 3pm on weekdays at Salad’Bar Le 42.
You might also want to try creating your own salads with fresh local ingredients and homemade dressings at Eat Salad which is open every day from 11am to 10pm and who also offers handcrafted juices and sweets.
From 11:30am to 3pm Monday through Friday Mister Garden prepares, slices, and cooks a variety of fresh salads and other flavorful dishes.
Soup, Soup and Juice, and Helmut Newcake from our other lists are known to make some of the best salads in Paris too.
These restaurants are known for their great soups:
- Soup at 14 Rue du Faubourg Poissonnière
- Soup & Juice at 135 Rue Montmartre
- Giraudet at 16 Rue Mabillon
- Ippudo at 74-76 Rue Jean-Jacques Rousseau
Soups, pies, salads, and more are available from 12pm to 3pm Monday through Friday at Soup.
Soup and Juice is a solid option for hot soups, fresh salads, and desserts.
A diverse range of ultra fresh items including molded dumplings, ravioli, fresh soups, and a variety of sauces are provided at Giraudet from 10am to 7pm Tuesday through Saturday and from 2:30pm on Monday.
Ippudo specializes in ramen and Japanese tapas that you can try starting at 12pm throughout the week.
Health Food Stores & Markets
Pick out your own produce at these Paris health food stores and markets:
- Biocoop Grenelle at 44 Blvd de Grenelle
- Vegami at 64 Rue Notre Dame de Nazareth
- La Vie Claire at 9/11 Pl. du Colonel Fabien
- Jay & Joy at 5 Rue Paul Bert
- Marche Monge at 1 Pl Monge
A wide selection of bulk foods, organic and fair trade products, teas, infusions, organic cosmetics, and eco products are sold from 9am to 8pm Monday through Saturday and until 12:45pm on Sunday at Biocoop Grenelle.
Vegami is a 100% plant based meat, cheese, chocolate, confectionery, and grocery store selling animal free cosmetics and cleaning goods from 11am to 7:30pm Monday through Saturday.
Cosmetics, cleaning supplies, home cooking and pantry essentials, vegan friendly goods, organic wine and beverages, fresh fruits, vegetables, and bulk staples like beans and nuts are sold at La Vie Claire from 10am to 7:30pm Monday through Friday and from 9:30am on Saturday.
From 10am to 7pm Tuesday through Saturday Jay and Joy features a selection of plant based cheese from French brands along with local vegan cheesecakes, yogurts, ice cream, and bottled drinks.
Marché Monge is a good place to buy fresh meat, fish, fruits, vegetables, organic food, cheese, wine, flowers, and other products.
Smoothies & Juice Shops
There are plenty of smoothie and juice shops near you:
- Figue Juice Bar at 24 Blvd Raspail
- La Vie En Fruits at 116 Blvd Saint-Germain
- Pokaïna at 36 Rue Shelliere
- Love Juice Bar at 176Rue de Grenelle
- Moodiz at 82 Rue Blanche
Both Açaï and You and Soup and Juice on the Grid from some different lists make some of the best smoothies in your area as well.
Gluten Free Bakeries In Your Area
Enjoy some fresh baked goodness at these gluten free bakeries:
- Boulangerie Chambelland at 14 Rue Ternaux
- Helmut Newcake at 30 Ave Friedland
- Jo & Nana Cakes at 14 Rue Abel
Many people buy natural sourdough breads, pastries, and other organic and gluten free baked goods from 8:30am to 7:30pm Monday through Saturday and 9am to 6pm on Sunday at Boulangerie Chambelland.
Helmut Newcake is a gluten free bakery in Paris providing chocolate eclairs, cream puffs, rolls, croissants, pastries, salads, and sandwiches.
100% plant based and gluten free baked goods are the specialties of Jo and Nana Cakes.
You can also read our posts on:
- Local Healthy Restaurants in London
- Local Healthy Restaurants in Geneva
- Local Healthy Restaurants in Brussels
- Local Healthy Restaurants in Madrid
Enjoy Eating Healthy In Paris
We wish we had more to share but for now that is all we’ve got. After reading about all of those local vegan and vegetarian restaurants, other healthy restaurants, salad bars, places to get great soup, health food stores and markets, smoothies and juice shops, and gluten free bakeries in your area it shouldn’t be hard for you to grab a delicious and nutritious meal in the near future.
While we try our best to keep these posts updated it isn’t easy, if you noticed anything incorrect on this page please let us know in the comments. Hopefully you enjoy eating healthy food at restaurants in Paris.