Gluten free restaurants Paris

Guide to the Best Gluten Free Restaurants in Paris

Looking for the best gluten free restaurants in Paris? Our guide has you covered with the best spots for gluten-free brunch, lunch and dinner.

If you’re Celiac or have gluten intolerances then eating out when traveling in France can be very tricky. Fortunately Paris has plenty of options for those who can’t eat gluten. From Croissants to Pizzas, there’s a lot of great choices.

If you’re looking at a restaurant that isn’t specialised in gluten-free cooking but has GF options, then be warned that there’s a high chance of cross contamination. The majority of restaurants & bars in the city have very small kitchens. This means they won’t have separate fryers or griddles for GF orders and the cooks most likely won’t know about the dangers of cross contamination from gluten.

Gluten Free Restaurants in Paris

The following restaurants advertise themselves 100% gluten free with no exceptions on the menu. Restaurants are in no particular order!


Kapunka is a fantastic small Thai canteen-style restaurant with an entirely gluten-free menu. Located on a small side-street from rue Montorgueil in the capital’s 2nd arrondissement, it’s incredibly central and there are plenty of great bars to explore nearby.

You’ll find all the classics on the menu; Pad Thai with different protein options, green & red curries, satay chicken and tom yam soup. Their mixed (chicken and prawn) pad thai is superb and their green curry carries a decent amount of heat. It is on the smaller side so you want to eat in I’d recommend reserving in advance.

What to know before you visit

  • Vegetarian & Vegan friendly
  • Gluten free
  • You can book online


51 Rue Saint-Sauveur, 75002 (restaurant visited)
32 Rue Delambre, 75014
139 Rue Cardinet, 75017


Little Nonna

To the west of the city, in the 17th arrondissement you’ll find Little Nonna. A large Italian restaurant with 100% gluten free menu including all the classics – pizza, pasta and plenty of GF desserts.

The restaurant is large and, unlike a lot of restaurants in Paris, you can reserve for large groups (10+). The cooking is solid and there’s genuine effort put into the dishes unlike many simple Italian restaurants in the city. During my last visit I had their gnocchi with wild chanterelle mushrooms and crispy parma ham – the gnocchi was well made with GF flour. They also have a great lunch menu with 3 courses for €26. Oh for beer lovers, they’ve got GF lager on tap.

gluten free menu little gonna Paris

What to know before you visit

  • Open for lunch and dinner throughout the week
  • You can reserve online

Address: 2 Av. Niel, 75017
Tel: 01 46 22 68 17


If you’re near the Eiffel Tower and looking for a GF restaurant then Tasca is a great option. Completely gluten free and organic, Tasca offers home made Italian food in a relaxed dining space.

The food is very classic Italian offering pizza (with the GF dough being made in-house), risotto and pasta. There’s no surprises with the menu but it’s solid although a little on the pricier side which is to be expected given the location). Another bonus is that they’re open all week and serve food non-stop from midday to 11pm.

What to know before you visit

  • Non-stop service from midday to 11pm every day
  • You can reserve online

Address: 46 Av. de Suffren, 75015
Tel: 01 40 29 92 40

Gluten Free Bakeries & Brunch Spots

Looking to get your hands on some delicious GF pastries and bread? There are some fantastic GF bakeries in the city and these are our favourites!


Noglu is, as the names suggests, a 100% gluten free bakery and coffee shop / brunch-restaurant chain. Currently with 3 locations in Paris, they offer a variety of breakfast, brunch and lunch menus which vary between locations. Their restaurant in the 6th arrondissement has a full lunch offering including BLT sandwiches, quiche loraine, and tuna tataki. All locations sell GF pastries, cakes and bread to take-away or eat in.

What to know before you visit

  • All locations are open every day of the week
  • Opening times do vary depending on the location


15 Rue Basfroi, 75011
69 Rue de Grenelle, 75007


La Manufacture du Sans Gluten

Walking up to the Sacre-Cœur in Montmartre, you may well stumble upon this quaint gluten free bakery. Hidden in one of the many small streets that lead up to the butte, La Manufacture du Sans Gluten sells a variety of home made GF patisseries, cakes and savoury items.

What to know before you visit

  • They’re closed on Mondays

Address: 2 Rue Androuet, 75018
Tel: 06 67 25 25 25


Copains is a gluten free and organic boulangerie chain that currently have 5 locations across the city. The super design bakeries offer a wide range of artisanal breads and patisseries. They use GF free flour mixes such as buckwheat, rice and oat flours to create incredible products that really reflect the amount of work that’s gone into then.

What to know before you visit

  • All locations are open every day of the week


90 Avenue Victor Hugo, 75016
60 rue Tiquetonne, 75002
29 Rue des Blancs-Manteaux, 75004
8 rue des Abbesses, 75018
26 Rue Linois, 75015


Café Mareva

Café Mareva is a lactose and gluten free café located just down from the Sacre-Cœur in Montmartre. The café has a superb menu with all day brunch including guac, fried chicken and BLT all served on a sweet potato waffle. They also have a great Poké bowl offering and serve some awesome coffee with beans supplied by a local roaster.

What to know before you visit

  • Open all day from 9am-5pm

Address: 27 rue de Clignancourt, 75018

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