21 May NOGLU ~ 100% gluten free restaurant in Paris
I am one of those people who say “To travel is to eat.” My ‘food awareness level’ went up when I started with gluten free diet almost 10 years ago. It wasn’t easy at first, but now with the world being more and more aware of celiac disease and gluten hypersensitivity, it’s much easier to find delicious food, that causes no guilty conscience or problems 🙂
From each trip I bring (literally) thousands of photos and a lot of them show local food. Yes, I am one of those people, who take photos of their food ~ guilty as charged 🙂 And as Paris is foodie’s Mekka (in gluten free version as well!), this time was no different, of course 😉
Perfectly named NOGLU is one of a few 100% gluten free restaurants in Paris. Here you can find sweet and salty snacks as well as delicious lunch and dinner. Oh, and on Saturdays the offer brunch too! 🙂
I loved the seating area at ground level. There are some tables on the first floor as well.
They have 3 locations in Paris and 1 in New York. I have visited ‘Paris 75002’ located only a few minutes of walking from famous Louvre. Location makes it a damn good spot for lunch after long museum tour. But plan your lunch carefully ~ restaurants in Paris close between lunch and dinner time, so check the opening hours.
NOGLU’s menu changes daily. As stated also on their website, they offer dishes according to the season and creativity of their chef 🙂 Nevertheless, there are some ‘fixed stars’ ~ you can always enjoy in beef hamburger or pizza.
Not just food, also service is perfect. When I visited, a young girl named Aurelie served me. She was really nice and has offered detailed explanations of dishes from the menu. She spoke very good English, so I didn’t need to bother with my non-French 🙂
It’s hard to find good restaurants that offer gluten free food when you are abroad. It’s even harder to find one that offers 100% gluten free dishes, so I highly recommend a stop in NOGLU ~ I am sure you won’t be disappointed 😉
Appetizer ~ mix of yellow chanterelle, zucchini, red onion, and leek.
Looks delicious, doesn’t it?!
You can watch the chef preparing your gluten free food.
Are you up-to-cake? Have a pie, made with millet, almond and rice base, filled with vanilla cream and topped with fresh figs.
Location of ‘Paris 75002’ (pssst – their bakery is just across the street):
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