Being allergic to dairy in the land of macarons can be frustrating. After eating my weight in seafood along the coast of northern Spain, I decided to eat vegan in Paris for the few days we were there.
Le Potager de Charlotte
12 Rue de la Tour d’Auvergne
75009 Paris, France
Yum! I would eat here weekly if I could. Fresh. Creative. Comforting. Delicious!
We loved dinner so much we went back for brunch. I had the crêpes and another deviled egg.
24 Boulevard de la Bastille
75012 Paris, France
We walked a very long way to eat here because the area was blocked off. We weren’t sure why and suddenly we were enveloped in a PRIDE parade!
The streets around the Bastille area were blocked off in all directions and the police were heavily armed. Thankfully, we didn’t get separated and were surrounded by good vibes! We enjoyed and cheered along as our route merged with the parade route.
We were late for our reservation, but the restaurant was kind enough to hold our table. The staff was very accommodating.
The dishes were incredibly refined and I would consider this vegan fine dining.
giant vegan macaron
Carmen Ragosta Mode et Cuisine
8 Rue de la Grange aux Belles
75010 Paris, France
Eating here is like eating in someone’s home with a small pop-up boutique inside.
There is one menu of the day and it’s a healthy colorful plate. I remember my favorite part being the homemade bread and spread. And the Tiramisu, of course.
May your journey be your muse,