Top 17 Healthy Restaurants in Paris for Your Balanced Diet

Nowadays, you can come across healthy restaurants all over Paris, but which one to go to? Here’s my selection of the best places for healthy, balanced meals in Paris.

Let’s start by locating these restaurants on a map:


No time to read it all? Here is a brief summary of my recommendations: 



Healthy Food Restaurants


 Mamé Kitchen

  • 40 rue de Ponthieu, 75008 Paris 
  • 8 Rue la Boétie, 75008 Paris
  • 75 Rue Pernety, 75014 Paris

Flexitarian Seasonal pitas Mamés


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Mamé Kitchen is a restaurant that adopts a flexitarian approach: mostly vegan, but not exclusively.

Prepared and custom-made mamés (in cardboard containers), pitas, desserts and drinks are all on display.

Although mamés are delicious, pitas are also a hit.

What makes Mamé Kitchen even more unique is its “one protein, three side dishes” concept.

We love: The delicious pitas, filled differently depending on the season.

Prices: from €11

Website (in French)



33 Rue Vivienne, 75002 Paris France

Middle-Eastern cuisine Revised traditional dishes Organic Zero waste


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This restaurant offers gourmet, well balanced Algerian cuisine, with the unique concept of offering vegan options and healthy cooking that goes against the general idea of Middle-Eastern cuisine..

Located near the Grands Boulevards, this establishment focuses on home-cooked dishes, local ingredients and the use of high-quality fresh ingredients.  It also favors  the use of organic ingredients and eco-responsible packaging.

As you step through the restaurant’s doors, you’ll be transported into a sophisticated Middle-Eastern decor, incorporating traditional decorative elements.

I highly recommend the chicken tagine with lemon and olives or the vegetarian couscous, two delicious options that you shouldn’t miss..

We love: Its commitment to zero waste.

Prices: €11-14

Website (in French)


Cantine de Lotus

7 Rue De La Michodière, 75002 Paris France

South Asian cuisine Sharing Skewers

This vegetarian restaurant specializes in South Asian dishes.

Owned and run by a Buddhist family, the restaurant was created with the aim of introducing the world to the wonders of vegetarian and vegan cuisine, offering a gastronomic experience which is both delicious and respectful of the environment.

The restaurant’s menu offers a variety of dishes, from traditional bentos to tasty kebabs, buns and finger food.

You can also enjoy mochi and bubble tea to complete your meal.

I recommend you try the matcha frappé with its delicious vegan chantilly cream. And for those in search of spicy sensations, the tteokbokki skewers are a must-try.

We love: The pad thaï with vegan chicken which is, to die for.

Prices: bentos are between €12 and €13.50

Website (in French)


La Guinguette d’Angèle

34 Rue Coquillère, 75001 Paris, France

Home-made Organic Takeaway

This small caterer and takeaway counter offers a wide range of homemade dishes, including some dishes specially designed for vegetarians, vegans and people on a gluten-free diet.

The menu includes a dish of the day, a lunchbox, a soup and various desserts. All the ingredients are organic, in season and sourced from local producers.

I must recommend the vanilla mango tartlet, which is absolutely delicious and beautiful.

We love: unsold food at €4.99.

Prices: from €17

Website (in French)


Restaurants That Use Seasonal Products



40 Rue de Châteaudun, 75009 Paris

Homemade Hazelnut cookie Cosy


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Located in a bright, streamlined setting, the Farmers coffee shop provides a moment of calm and relaxation.

This charming establishment has a multitude of varied dishes, ranging from breakfasts and lunches to brunches and snacks, both sweet and savory.

The dishes are homemade and focus on fresh, high-quality ingredients.

Among the must-tries, their cookies are unmissable and a hit with customers.

We love: its commitment to sustainable agriculture.

Prices: from €9, brunch €28

Website (in French)



86 rue des Archives, 75003 Paris

Inventive dishes Flavors from all around the world Brunch

Lovers of gourmet breakfasts, lunches, brunches and hot drinks will find everything they need at this café-canteen in the Marais district.

You’ll be amazed by its culinary creativity and its palette of flavors from various cuisines from all around the world.

Their colorful dishes are made with fresh, high-quality ingredients. What’s more, the portions served are plentiful, guaranteeing that you won’t be left hungry for more.

Once there, I recommend you try their famous “grammola”. It’s a traditional granola with a twist; the crunchy mix is embellished with juicy chunks of fresh kiwi and a hint of matcha.

We love: The cookbook Manuel d’une cuisine parisienne [Manual of a Parisian kitchen]” written by the owners of the place so that you can enjoy these delicious dishes at home.

Prices: €10 – €13

Website (in French)


Healthy Brunch



22 rue des Saints-Pères, 75007 Paris France

All-you-can-eat brunch Organic Local products

The Apégo restaurant offers generous organic breakfasts and brunches.

Although prices are slightly higher than other restaurants, you’re guaranteed to enjoy high-quality, local ingredients, sourced from short supply chains.

Their menu offers a variety of appetizing dishes, such as fresh salads, tasty tartines and quiches.

If you’re looking for something a little less conventional, don’t miss their all-you-can-eat brunch, which offers a vast selection of sweet and savory dishes seven days a week.

We love: Its commitment to inclusive cuisine, suitable for all diets.

Prices: from €15, brunch formula: €39 or €45.

Website (in French)


Les Bariolés de Maud

  • 12 Rue Buffault, 75009 Paris France
  • 8 rue Saint Bernard, 75011 Paris, France

Brunch Bariolés Bowls Artisanal cuisine

This restaurant is a real paradise for brunch and bowls lovers.

Offering a wide range of vegan and vegetarian options, this establishment stands out for its delicious triangles: the bariolés.

Their vibrant colors are naturally obtained through the use of squid ink, beet and turmeric.

What makes this restaurant even more special is the fresh, local and seasonal ingredients that are used in the dishes. Indeed, the owner makes a point of offering artisanal, inclusive and eco-friendly cuisine.

Her commitment is such that she makes sure fresh ingredients are delivered every morning.

We love: the very original concept of bariolés.

Prices: from €11, brunch formula: €25

Website (in French)


Salad Bars


Urban Salad Bar

7 rue Greffulhe, 75008 Paris, France

Salads Inclusive cuisine Fresh products

In this restaurant, you can choose between 10 different salads.

All dishes served here are home-made with fresh ingredients.

Vegan and vegetarian as well as gluten-free and lactose-free options are available.

You can also opt for other dishes.

These include various bagels, a croque-monsieur, a burger and a tartar. The restaurant also offers a wide choice of drinks and desserts.

I recommend the “Urban Spring” salad.

We love: really hearty salads that don’t leave the customer dissatisfied.

Prices: from €12




  • 33 rue de Washington, 75008, Paris.
  • 14 avenue Pierre Mendes, 75013, Paris
  • 24 rue Joubert, 75009, Paris
  • 30 rue Godot de Mauroy, 75009, Paris
  • 22 rue saint Augustin, 75002, Paris
  • 42 rue des Jeûneurs, 75002, Paris
  • 54 rue du Faubourg Poissonnière, 75010, Paris

Salads Fresh products Flexibility


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At Mongoo, you create your own salad.

To begin with, you can choose one or two bases from the options on offer, such as lamb’s lettuce or pasta.

Next, you can select four ingredients that will vary according to the season. You can also choose a sauce, as well as extras such as chives or olives.

It’s important to note that the price of your salad will vary according to the ingredients you choose (“blue” ingredients being more expensive).

We love: making our own salad

Prices: from €9

Website (in French)


Poké Bowls


Hawaiian Poké

152 Rue Montmartre, 75002 Paris

Poke Hawaiian tradition Marinades

Hawaiian Poke is a small restaurant that gives pride of place to traditional Hawaiian dishes.

First of all, Hawaiian Poke offers two poke menus, both of which have vegetarian versions. You can also choose from a selection of poke bowls from the menu.

You can also compose your own poke bowl. Each poke bowl is composed of a base and is complemented by a variety of accompaniments.

You’re free to combine flavors and textures to create a unique poke bowl that suits your preferences.

My recommendation: the “Da ono bowl”, much appreciated by everyone.

We love: the excellent fish marinades.

Website (in French)



  • 62 Rue Montorgueil Paris, 75002
  • 56 bis Rue Oberkampf Paris, 75011
  • 31 Rue de Châteaudun Paris, 75009
  • 11 Bd de Vaugirard Paris, 75015
  • 1 Rue Commandant René Mouchotte Paris, 75014
  • 101 Avenue de France Paris, 75013
  • 4 Rue de Tocqueville Paris, 75017
  • 22 Rue Washington Paris, 75008
  • 97 Rue des Entrepreneurs Paris, 75015

Poke Order from a tablet Eco-responsible

Pokawa offers a wide range of poke bowls (sweet, savory and custom-made), as well as other dishes such as chirashis.

In addition, they also offer hot dishes and a variety of original drinks such as bubble tea.

At Pokawa, you order from a tablet, so you have plenty of time to explore your options before deciding.

Poke bowls are prepared just before serving, guaranteeing fresh ingredients and reducing food waste.

In line with their commitment to the environment, Pokawa uses 100% recyclable packaging.

We love: the veggie chicken poke

Prices: poke from €10, hot dishes from €13



Vegan Restaurants


So Nat

5, Rue Bourdaloue, 75009 Paris France

Vegan Buddha bowl Organic


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In this little vegan canteen, you’ll discover a variety of delicious, generously garnished buddha bowls, as well as a mouth-watering selection of salads, cooked dishes, pitas and burgers, plus a wide choice of drinks and desserts.

The place is renowned for its richly textured and flavorful dishes, but also for its commitment to organic products.

The composition of dishes varies according to the season, and a wide range of vegan and gluten-free options are always available.

So Nat is perfect for those in a hurry; this cantine is a must at lunchtime.

We love: its charming little terrace on a pedestrian street.

Prices: Formulas from €11

Website (in French)


Aujourd’hui Demain

42 Rue du Chemin Vert, 75011 Paris France

Vegan Conceptstore Eco-responsible


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This unique place is a concept store that combines a vegan restaurant and with an ethical and ecological grocery store.

On Aujourd’hui Demain’s menu, you’ll find a wide choice of burgers, bowls and quesadillas, all prepared with high-quality, vegan ingredients. A selection of soft drinks, desserts and brunch at weekends are also on offer.

But Aujourd’hui Demain doesn’t just serve food. In fact, the concept store’s grocery awaits fans of ethical shopping, offering a surface area of 150 square meters dedicated to eco-responsible products.

I have no hesitation in recommending the No-mozza pesto caprese. The garlic bread, a perfect accompaniment to any dish, is also a very good choice.

We love: The 100% vegan concept, including clothes, shoes, make-up…

Prices: from €14

Website (in French)


Sweet Rawmance

17 Place Saint-Pierre, 75018 Paris France

Vegan Raw food Fresh food Bakery


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The emphasis at this restaurant/bakery is  a 100% vegan cuisine.

Located at the foot of the Sacré-Coeur Basilica, This spacious establishment is the largest vegan restaurant in Paris.

The restaurant also offers three different brunch formulas, each consisting of a savory and a sweet dish, accompanied by a chia smoothie, a hot drink and a freshly squeezed juice.

In addition to pastries and brunch formulas, the restaurant offers a variety of raw starters, main courses and drinks.

More classic dishes, such as salads and burgers, are also prepared with fresh, high-quality ingredients. I particularly recommend the cold lasagna.

We love: the succulent, freshly made pastries.

Prices: Full brunch €35



Le Potager de Charlotte

  • 12 rue Louise-Émilie de la Tour d’Auvergne 75009
  • 21 rue Rennequin 75017

Vegan Eco-responsible Home-made Creative cuisine

This eco-responsible vegan restaurant has been designed for lovers of creative and aesthetic cuisine.

Here, every dish is carefully and elegantly presented.

It also offers gluten-free options.

I recommend the sesame-marinated tofu, which combines Asian flavors with a crispy texture.

We love: The hard-boiled egg-style avocado is a real hit.

Prices: main course around €19.



42 degrés

109, Rue du Faubourg Poissonnière, 75009 Paris France

Vegan 100% raw Organic Innovative cuisine


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This is the only restaurant in France to offer 100% uncooked, vegan, gluten-free, organic and local cuisine, showcasing the benefits of unprocessed food.

Indeed, as explained on the menu, cooking beyond 42 degrees can alter the nutritional qualities of food. This is where the name of this establishment takes on its full meaning.

The menu is seasonal: an approach that guarantees that the ingredients are fresh, locally grown and respect natural cycles.

We love: the unique experience of uncooked cuisine that you won’t find anywhere else.

Prices: main course between €21 and €25.

Website (in French)