17 Parisian Organic Eateries (My Best Picks)

Explore organic dining in Paris worry-free! I’ve curated top restaurants with nourishing delights. Embrace sustainability and savor eco-friendly options in the City of Lights. Indulge a delightful experience, free from harmful pesticides.


Adam et Eve Café

41 Rue Saint Honoré, 75001 Paris

Adam et Eve Café
Credits : Adam et Eve Café

This restaurant isn’t ignored by the serial-shoppers from the Halles! With its gourmet cooking and the fact that it is reinvented daily with products exclusively made in France, this restaurant is a magic place for gluten-free diet people. Basic food is from local producers: the salmon and the bread are from the Ile-de-France, the sprouted seeds are harvested in the Pays de la Loire, the yoghurt made with ewe milk originated from Larzac …

For fruits and vegetables, the supply is only French. And the season is prioritized over the rest: no fresh tomatoes in winter on your plates but carrots and red kuri squash.

You can have lunch there, relax in the tearoom, go all over the little groceries in flavours and enjoy the space snack bar. We would please for sandwiches overflowing mayonnaise and being sorely lacking innovation to give way to the delicious and healthy products of our beautiful regions!

There is nothing better than the menu of the restaurant to offer you a brief overview of what you will eat in this restaurant!

Hours: Monday to Saturday from 11:30 to 8pm.
For more details, check the Facebook page.



27, rue des Petits Champs, 75001
14 rue la Boétie, 75008
112 rue Réaumur, 75002

ensuite bio vegan
Photo credits: Ensuite

A small restaurant in the heart of Paris, Ensuite offers numerous light and tasty meals composed with fresh and organic food. On Saturday, you can see the brunch menu appear, which is just as healthy and balanced. Discover fresh and delicious fruit juices to delight your taste buds. Discover the salad bar where you can enjoy organic and good vegetables.

Hours: Monday to Friday from 9am to 4pm, Friday from 9am to 4pm, closed on weekends.

For more details, check the official website (French website).


L’Abattoir Végétal

61, Rue Ramay, 75018

abattoir végétal sain
Photo credit: L’Abattoir Végétal

A great address for vegans, L’Abattoir Végétal is located on the site of a former butcher’s shop. Only fruits and vegetables are slaughtered here in rich and delicious compositions. The prices are more than reasonable and the good mood of the couple who manage the place will make you come back to taste all that they can do, and to recharge your batteries or give you a little encouragement before facing daily life. So do not hesitate to take advantage of this gourmet vegetable and organic break.

Hours: Tuesday from 9am to 10pm, Wednesday to Friday from 9am to 10.30pm, Saturday from 11am to 10.30pm, and Sunday from 11am to 3.30pm.

For more details, check the Official Website.



8, 12 et 15 rue Trevise, 75009
8th floor of printemps de l’homme, 64 boulevard Haussmann, 75009

At the same time a café, restaurant, counter and canteen, Supernature has more than one string to its bow! You can even enjoy Sunday brunch with fresh and seasonal produce. The prices are very reasonable. So you can indulge yourself as you please and fill your stomach with tasty and organic food!

Hours:  Monday to Wednesday from 9.35am to 8pm, Thursday from 9am to 20.45pm, Friday and Saturday from 9.35am to 8pm, and Sunday from 11am to 7pm.

For more details, check the official website (French website).



22, Rue Crespin du Gast, 75011

As the GreenHouse description indicates, you need the right ingredients to make good meals. This is what they offer you at GreenHouse! If you want a healthy and balanced diet, this is the address. GreenHouse has a vegetable garden where fruits and vegetables are grown in a way that respects nature. So, all these meals are made with these fruits and these vegetables: fresh, good and organic just for you! But GreenHouse doesn’t just do that! If you are a wine lover, GreenHouse transforms into a wine bar at night. So, what are you waiting for ?

Hours: Tuesday to Thursday from noon to 2:30pm and from 7pm to 10pm, Friday from noon to 2:30 and from 7pm to 11pm, Saturday from noon to 3pm and from 7pm to 11pm, and Sunday from noon to 10pm.

For more details, check the Facebook page.



70 Rue du Chevaleret, 75013 Paris

Credits : Yuman

Salads as organic as joyful, soups full of flavors and surprises, pasta delicioso, cookies      that melt in the mouth … Here are the assets of Yuman to create a different world: more human, more respectful, more harmonious. Known for its unusual cooking and its delicious card renewed on every Thursday to surprise you again and again, Yuman proposes non-vegetarian dishes, vegetarian dishes, gluten-free dishes and dishes without dairy! In this way, whatever your diet is, you can go to the restaurant for a good meal around the same table! For the most part of its dishes, the restaurant proposes products cultivated in France by passionate farmers and, if possible, less than 200 kilometers from Paris.

Hours: Monday to Friday from 10am to 2:30pm and from 7.15pm to midnight, Saturday from 10.30am to 3.30pm and from 7.15am to midnight.

For more details, check the official website (French website).


The Cure

34 Rue Notre Dame de Lorette, 75009

the cure
Photo credit: The Cure

Considering that food can have a great influence on your mind, The Cure is a restaurant that allows you to eat according to your moods and correct them if necessary. Here, you are in good hands because The Cure was designed with the help of a nutritionist and a culinary chef. Between gustatory pleasure and well-being, come and eat healthy dishes according to your moods and your state of mind.

Despite their quality, not all the products are organic.

Hours: Monday to Friday from noon to 11pm.

For more details, check the official website (French website).


PH7 Equilibre

21, Rue le Peletier, 75009

As its name indicates, PH7 Equilibre focuses on balance. To complete your healthy and organic lifestyle, come to this canteen that will help you rebalance your acid-base balance by giving you pleasure and eating well at the same time. To do this, PH7 Equilibre uses organic food while remaining respectful of the environment so that the balance is perfect. The recipes here change every day to give you a lot of diversity, and there is also a perfect price-quality ratio.

Hours: Monday to Friday from 11am to 3pm.

For more details, check the official website (French website).


Le Bichat

11, rue Bichat, 75010

le bichat
Photo credit: Le Bichat

If you want to eat healthy and without breaking the bank, Le Bichat is the perfect place to do it. Seasonal foods are processed, they come from organic farming and come from local culture. The main course at Bichat is a rice bowl with raw or cooked vegetables, fish and much more. Thus, the base of the bowl changes every day to bring you a little diversity. Attractive prices are also part and parcel of the Bichat philosophy.

Hours: Monday to Sunday from 9am to 11pm.

For more details, check the official website (French website).


French-Japanese food


57 rue Charlot, 75003 Paris

In a refined setting allying tradition and contemporary spirit, you will have the opportunity to enjoy very original and affordable organic dishes concocted by Nanashi. In this Japanese canteen you can test the traditional bento, the meals of the Japanese, in a trendy-Zen atmosphere.

The setting is simple and refined thanks to revisited Asian accents and the Oriental flavors, and the top-quality organic products will certainly put forward the healthy and fresh cooking of the restaurant. The weekend bentos are Anglo-Saxon for an exotic and light brunch.

Fruits and vegetables sporting 100% organic labelling are delivered by Pronatura in Rungis. Fresh products come from “Terroirs d’Avenir.” Finally, you have to know that whole grain cereals, eggs, seasonings, sugar and wines are organic.

There is nothing better than the restaurant menu to make your mouth water!

For more information, check the Facebook page.

Hours: Monday to Friday from noon to 3pm and from 7:30pm to 11pm, weekend from noon to 3pm and from 8pm to 11pm.


British food

Rose Bakery

46 Rue des Martyrs, 75009 Paris

Rose Bakery
Credits : Rose Bakery

Located in the rue des Martyrs, Rose Bakery never ceases to attract customers that want to savour real British cooking! And there is not only the gastronomy that is British: so is the service!

Rocked by the atmosphere of that cosy setting, there is no lack of quality and the products are attractively presented so let yourself be satisfied with the flavor of the British food with a special mention for the desserts, which are amazing …

Almost all the products arise from the fair trade and Rose Bakery’s grocer’s shop is full of organic products strictly selected at the local producers.

Hours: Everyday from 9:30 am to 8:30pm.

For more details, check the official website.


American food / fast food


46 Passage Choiseul, 75002 Paris

Credits : bioburger

From the unbelievably tender steak to the crusty French fries with an authentic flavor of potatoes, everything is homemade and everything is organic (including the cooking oil)! Bio burger is a real gold nugget for all the amateurs of delicious hamburgers. These ones, a little bit atypical (such as the one made with guacamole), are skillfully mastered just as the originals.

For the vegetarians, you may know that all the recipes are available with a Provençal steak or tofu.

Concerning the origin of products, know that the cheese is made in the farm of Bazougers, in Mayenne and that products used to make the delicious restaurant menu have the label AB. They are from 95% of the organic farming, which guarantees that products contain at least 95% organic agricultural products in the case of the transformed products.

And for these Ladies and Gentlemen, here is the menu!

For more details, check the official site (French website).


Italian food

 Il Quadrifoglio

19 Boulevard Bourdon 75004 Paris

You will be received in this restaurant with smiles, as well as with a reception which will give you the desire to take a seat. Here the staff and the boss do not mess around with the service! Il Quadrifoglio is good Italian cooking only for you, with ingredients of excellent quality and it clearly makes all the difference. Italian dishes are served to you that are surprising thanks to revisited dishes such as fig-honey pizzas coated by Italian bacon or pastas to seafood.

Almost all the products come from organic farming!

And only for you, the restaurant menu!

For more details, check the Facebook page.


Gluten-free food

Biosphère Café

47 Rue de Laborde, 75008 Paris

Credits : Biosphère Café

Real Ali Baba’s cave for lactose and gluten intolerant people, Biosphère Café implements its culinary creativity to master the art of gluten-free dishes that are hard to find elsewhere and of superior quality to the classics. It restyles the great classics of the French cake to readjust them in a gluten-free version, sometimes even without lactose and without egg: fruits Bavarian, macaroons, Yule log but also sandwich, pastas, pizzas … all the food is redesigned to satisfy all gluten-free stomachs.

What more could you ask for? Maybe the menu …

Hours: Monday to Friday from noon to 6pm and Saturday from noon to 10pm.

For more details, check the official website (French website).


Wild & the Moon

wild moon restaurant bio
Photo credit: Wild & the Moon

Wild & the Moon is beginning to become a restaurant chain that is known in Paris for organic cuisine. With 6 addresses that you can find on their website, come and eat organic and local. But also enjoy an ethical, seasonal, vegan, lactose-free, additive-free and gluten-free cuisine. The cuisine is nevertheless tasty and gourmet. You can therefore enjoy a healthy and balanced meal and rediscover the true taste of what nature has to offer.

To check the opening hours and the different locations, check the official website.

Brittany specialties


109 Rue Vieille du Temple, 75003 Paris

BREIZH Café proposes you a concept more than original: two gastronomic antipodes, Japanese food married to Breton products. Why? To put the spotlight on its culinary slogan: “the crepe made differently”! This gastronomic association offers to the gourmets a unique food experience and it is not our palates eager for new sensations that will complain about it. Here all the products are Breton: salted butter caramel, scallops, lobster, “Nihonshu” sakes (whose traditional Japanese name is 日本酒 or rather Nihonshu) and many more that you can discover by skimming over the restaurant menus … You have to know that you will also have the possibility to savour seafood from Cancale supplied by the Parcs Saint Keber, 100% Breton cooked meats and delicious cheeses from Bordier.

Then get ready, get set? Eat! And, like they say in the country of the Gwen Ha Du, debrit ervat (enjoy your meal)!

Hours: Everyday from 10am to 10pm.

For more details, check the official website.


Vegan food

 Le potager du marais

24 Rue Rambuteau, 75003 Paris
26 rue Saint Paul 75004 Paris (1st of July 2020)

Credits : Potager du Marais

Organic and vegan specialities in a cosy atmosphere with stone walls and beams on the ceiling, this restaurant has the merit of proposing you a real choice of vegan and organic dishes on sophisticated plates.

Starters (salad and goat cheese, candied tomatoes, hummus, soups …) will make your mouth water, dishes (vegetarian couscous, ratatouille, gratins, tarts or pies) will amaze you and the fresh and copious desserts will fill your face full of smile.
The culinary partners of the restaurant mainly are from the organic farming and from the fair trade, and products are from natural origin.
Know that a restaurant, devoted to the take away, opened to the public just a step from the place de la République.

And for you, here is the menu of the restaurant!

Hours: Wednesday to Sunday from noon to 4pm and from 7pm to 10:30pm.
For more details, check the official website (Website in French).