France Vegan Travel Guide

France Vegan Travel Blogs

Worldwide Veganism Part One: London, Wales, and France.

Our big trip this summer was visiting Europe.  We were invited to our friend’s wedding in Wales and when you get invited to a wedding in Wales, you go, dammit!  I’d intended to blog daily, while traveling, about all the […]

Vegan in Paris, France

April 2016 During a family vacation to France, I was glad to find a vegan restaurant in walking distance from our hotel. I was aware that many non-vegan items such as diary products and meats are a staple in French […]

Un Séjour Vegan à Paris (A Vegan Sojourn in Paris)

I recently arrived in the Charles de Gaulle Airport ready to spend a few days exploring Paris.  I have visited the city quite a few times in the past, but it had been a while since I spent more than a […]

Vegan in Paris, France

Bonjour!  I am so delighted to start my very first blog on VeganTravel, and I thank all of you for being interested and taking the time to read my blog! Most of the time, the purpose of my travel is […]

Vegan Dining in France

Bhajan Cafe Nice

The Bhajan Cafe offers conscious cuisine in the heart of Old Nice, France. Mostly organic, with local and seasonal cuisine. Fresh juices, smoothies and Indian chai tea. Wholesome cuisine and delicious desserts.

Veggie Corner

Restaurant and tea room in downtown Toulouse (south-west of France) 100% vegan & nearly 100% organic.

VG Pâtisserie

VG Pâtisserie is a 100% vegan pastry, tea and coffee shop that uses organic ingredients and offers a mix of gluten-free and gluten-full selections.

B12 Restaurant

Vegan and Vegetarian Restaurant Restauration sur place et à emporter

Brasserie 2eme ART

Brasserie 2eme ART is the 1st all vegan brasserie in France, established in 2014. Enjoy a selection of drinks, pizzas and other entrees, ice cream sundaes, and more.


Situated near Les Halles in Paris, this restaurant offers meals based on seasonal produce. The menu is mostly vegan, with the exception of non-vegan lasagna, and features several mock meats.

Tien Hiang

Situated in the 10th arrondissment in Paris, Tien Hiang is an Asian restaurant with foods typical to Vietnam, Thailand, China and Malaysia. They use soy protein for ‘meats’, and the food is free of egg and alcohol. The only non-vegan […]

Maoz Vegetarian Rue Saint-André des Arts

This is one of two of Maoz’s locations in Paris. Maoz Vegetarian is a fast service restaurant serving authentic falafel and freshly made vegetarian food. Our signature sandwich is called the Maoz Falafel Sandwich. A freshly baked white or whole […]

Maoz Vegetarian Rue Xavier Privas

This is one of 2 of Maoz’s locations in Paris. It is located in the Latin Quarter, not too far from Notre Dame. Maoz Vegetarian is a fast service restaurant serving authentic falafel and freshly made vegetarian food. Our signature […]

Vegebowl Paris

Vegebowl is a 100% vegetarian restaurant in Paris that boasts about a 90% vegan menu. Enjoy menu items like coconut broth dishes, dumplings, spring rolls, mock meat dishes, tofu, and more.

Sangeetha Vegetarian Restaurant – Paris

The Sangeetha Vegetarian Restaurants are a chain of Indian restaurants with locations in Paris, Hong Kong, California, London, Abu Dhabi, Chennai, and more. Authentic vegetarian Indian food with vegan options on the menu. Ask your server about dairy when ordering.

Sol Semilla Canteen

Sol Semilla Canteen is a 100% vegan and organic restaurant in Paris, with a focus on healthy, gluten free and raw dishes. Sol Semilla is also a health food store chain that carries vegan specialty items, superfoods, supplements, and more.

La Verrière

La Verrière is a vegetarian restaurant in Paris. There you will find a healthy cuisine full of flavors, with vegan options. Everything is homemade, with hot and cold buffet bars and a la carte desserts and soups.

Hank Vegan Pizza

With the success of Hank Vegan Burger in Paris, Hank Vegan Pizza opened its doors to offer 100% plant-based pizza to locals and visitors alike. In addition to pizza, the menu also includes salads and desserts.

Le Tricycle

Le Tricycle was the first vegan hotdog cart in Paris, which has grown into a brick and mortar location. Primarily a fast food style eatery, there are a small amount of seats at their cafe. The cuisine is vegan hotdogs, […]

Paradis Marguerite

Paradis Marguerite is a vegetarian cafe in Paris with a variety of cuisines from around the world.

La Bauhinia du Shangri-La Hotel, Paris

French and Asian dishes served at La Bauhinia maintain a respect of cultures in their authentic flavours. Enjoy also a grand selection of wines, and experience afternoon tea in the Asian tradition, with delicate pastries and speciality teas. Vegan options […]

Cloud Cakes

Cloud Cakes is a vegan coffee shop in the center of Paris. They offer a variety of drinks, accompanied by pastries, and savory lunch dishes. Every Sunday, enjoy brunch from 11am-3pm.

Café Ginger

Simple, healthy food… these are the themes cherished at Café Ginger, located in Paris. Salads, soups, tarts, and drinks of the day, freshly prepared on the premises from organic sources. There are daily gluten free dishes and desserts, all made […]

Le Potager du Marais

Local and seasonal traditional vegan French Cuisine in Paris, France. Since December 2003, Le Potager du Marais has served traditional French cuisine in a vegan style. It is a bridge between two cultures and tries to combine the best of […]

Brasserie Lola

Brasserie Lola is a traditional French Bar with a vegan twist in Paris. Enjoy cocktails, house-made dishes for (carryout available), and rich sorbets and vegan ice creams.

East Side Burgers

East Side Burgers is a 100% vegetarian restaurant in Paris, serving up vegan options. They are closed every August for summer vacation.

Loving Hut Paris

Loving Hut is a worldwide chain of asian style vegan restaurants. Each location is locally managed so the cuisine can be very different from place to place. But in generally they all provide a reasonably priced and tasty vegan meal. […]

Vegan Folie’s

Situated in Paris, Vegan Folie’s is the first organic and 100% vegan bakery in France. They offer gluten free baked sweets as well, and all of their cheesecakes are gluten free. Custom orders welcome. Wheelchair accessible.

My Kitch’n

Restaurant, café, traiteur et bar à smoothies 100% végétal (100% vegan) et BIO à Paris 17. My Kitch’n Batignolles 82 rue Lemercier 75017 Horaires: Lundi : fermé Mardi – Dimanche : 12h – 15h Ouverture du soir Jeudi – Samedi […]

42 Degrees

The kitchen makes raw food dishes from raw or dehydrated foods, to keep all the nutrients, vitamins and enzymes naturally present in food. Indeed, the latter are destroyed when they are heated to a temperature greater than 42 degrees Celsius. […]

Gentle Gourmet Paris

A really cute café restaurant where food and drinks are vegan and mostly organic.


Restaurant café bio gourmand

Hank Vegan Burger

Hank is an 100% vegan fast food joint in Paris, serving up burgers, fries, and milkshakes. Many of their ingredients are made in house, and are otherwise sourced locally.

Activities in France

Vegan Surf Camp

*Vegan Surf Camp* Welcome to the Vegan Surf Camp on the southwest coast of France! Spend unforgettable holidays on the southwest coast of France in our unique vegan-organic surf camp; have the best time of your life in an eco […]

Vegan Culinary Tours Paris

Immerse yourself in the fine vegan cuisine of Paris with a unique culinary experience! > Taste gourmet small plates at 3 partner locations. For instance, enjoy a full breakfast, followed by a savoury snack and finish with a light Italian […]

St Antonin Noble Velo

If you’re looking for a cycling holiday that combines quiet roads and spectacular scenery, then you’ve come to the right place. We may be a little bit biased, but we think this is one of the best places in the […]

Un Monde Vegan – Paris

Un Monde Vegan is the first vegan grocery store in France, with locations in Lyons and Paris. They have vegan meats and cheeses, chocolate, candy, cosmetic products, and other vegan groceries.

Vegan Translations in French

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Dining Phrases in French
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The videos and blogs on this page were contributed by members of our vegan community who recently traveled to Europe and graciously shared their travel experiences. Follow your fellow vegan travelers as they explore France compassionately, meet local vegans and other vegan travelers, and share the amazing vegan food they find during their travels! They share the sites they visited, the places they stayed at, vegan shops they found, and the sites and activities they enjoyed during their time in France. Some also visit animal sanctuaries in the countries they travel to and kindly share the stories of the animals they meet. Join our vegan community and share your travel adventures with our global vegan community and collectively we can show the world how easy it is to be vegan and travel compassionately.

France Vegan Travel Tips

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  1. Vincent Galiano 4 years ago

    Hello, all those restaurants are in Paris. And you miss the BEST VEGAN BURGER in France (and for me one of the best in the world), VG. It’s in the 9th arrondissement, now called Veggietown.
    You also miss B12, maybe the best vegan restaurant in France, a pure delight with a fantastic italian chef. It’s in Toulouse.
    I have a travel blog, and I’ll be happy to add some texts and critics here in english if you want. Let me know!

    • Alan 4 years ago

      Hi Vincent,

      Very nice blog Vincent! We were just in Paris and enjoyed lots of vegan food while we were there, but I wish I had seen your comment earlier. Do you have a link or address for Veggietown? I would love to check it out next time we are in Paris.

      • Vincent Galiano 4 years ago

        Hello, VeggieTown is an area in the 9th. There are no specific address.

  2. Jenn 4 years ago

    “végétalien” is also another way to say vegan in french… although I think it’s a bit old school 😉 But a lot of times you’ll see it printed on products.

    • Ann 4 years ago

      Vegan and végétalien are both current. Vegan describes the lifestyle and végétalien is more a term for “plant-based eating.” It’s a subtle difference, and you’ll actually be fine using either one. (Unless your French is good enough to have deep philosophical discussions..)

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