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The name of this restaurant literally translates into "The Kitchen Garden of the Marsh," which is quite fitting. It caters extensively to vegetarians and offers delicious organic French fare in a pleasant rustic atmosphere. The staff is most attentive and the service efficient. Teamed with the good food, the rating of this little joint soars high - it's no surprise that it has a number of regulars coming in.
Good vegetarian, let alone, vegan restaurants are very rare in a meat-loving city like Paris. Thanks to joints like Café Ginger, our vegan and vegetarian friends wont stay hungry for long. Located in the 10th arrondissement, this restaurant is simply, yet suavely decorated to meet the comforts of their guests. Coming to the menu that boasts of dishes made with only fresh, organic ingredients, with gluten-free, vegan options, this is a refreshing change from the regular Parisian fine-dine. Various fruit and vegetable juices and desserts crowd the menu. The soups and lunch items are a few, but are sure to make you happier and healthier!
When you think about burgers, only gooey cheese and meat patties come to mind, till you eat in East Side Burgers. True that the names like basque and Halloween don't divulge the real ingredients in it but then East Side Burgers is an innovative vegetarian burger and fast food restaurant that has become quite popular. This small eatery has taken the burger world to a different level to that of veggie and vegan realms. What seems even more fascinating is that the food is great and the crowd attests this.
Soya is a blend of vegetarian and vegan cuisines and has dishes that are gluten free as well. Everything is organic here. Located in the heart of Paris' 11th arrondissement, the restaurant has a loft like ambiance and can be easily missed since there are no signboards. You will know you are there when you spot the countless candle lights shining through the huge windows. The sight of lovely wooden tables and candle glow will definitely warm your hearts while the delectable food and decadent desserts will charm you. The menu features salads, curries, savories, soy in every form and desserts. They even have a selective organic wine list.
A Parisian Institution, L'Arpège, offers a sober and serene decor, allowing patrons to concentrate on their taste buds. Chef Alain Passard prepares vegetables like no other chef in the capital. He has his own farm where the produce he uses in his elaborate recipes are grown. The dishes prove to be a treat for vegetarians and meat-lovers alike! Reservations are a must so book well in advance.