This post will wrap up my series dedicated to eating gluten-free in Paris. If you have missed any of the prior posts be sure to look back and catch up. When you are traveling for an extended period of time it is always a good idea to check out local supermarkets for snacks and preparing your own meals. Below is a list of supermarkets that carry or specialize in gluten-free products:
- Biocoop – Multiple locations, http://www.biocoop.fr. A select one to try is: Bicoop Bastille, 10 Rue Boulle 75011 Paris, 01 43 57 98 49, email@example.com, http://www.welcomebio.fr, Métro: Line 5 – Bréguet – Sabin, Line 8 – Chemin Vert, Line 9 – Voltaire. Focused on healthy and organic foods and they carry some gluten-free products.
La Grande Epecerie de Paris at Bon Marché - 38 rue de Sèvres 75007 Paris, 01 44 39 81 00, firstname.lastname@example.org, http://www.lagrandeepicerie.com/en.html, Facebook: @lagrandeepicerie, Twitter: @grandeepicerie, Instagram: @lagrandeepicerie, Métro: Line 4 – Saint-Placide or Saint-Sulpice, Line 10 and 12 – Sèveres Babylone. High-end grocery store with gluten-free products sections – one refrigerated and two for items that can be stored on shelves. The image at the top is the gluten-free section.
La Vie Claire – Multiple locations, http://www.lavieclaire.com. A select one to try is: La Vie Claire, 73 rue du Faubourg Poissonnière 75009 Paris, +33 1 42 46 10 40, email@example.com, Métro: Line 7 – Cadet et Poissonnière, Line 8 and 9 – Bonne Nouvelle. They are focused on healthy and organic foods and carry some gluten-free products.
Le Maison Du Sans Gluten – 12 rue d'Hauteville 75010 Paris, 01 40 60 60 60 , firstname.lastname@example.org, http://lamaisondusansgluten.net, Facebook: @lamaisondusansgluten, Métro: Line 4 – Château d’Eau, Line 8 and 9 – Bonne Nouvelle. Everything is gluten-free.
Naturalia – Multiple locations, http://www.naturalia.fr. A select one to try is: Naturalia France, 8 Boulevard de Bonne Nouvelle 75010 Paris, +33 1 48 00 03 67, Métro: Line 4 - Strasbourg - Saint-Denis, Line 8 and 9 – Bonne Nouvelle. Focused on healthy and organic foods and they carry some gluten-free products.
There are also a ton of amazing farmers markets in Paris worth checking out. The Food Lover's Guide to Paris is a great resource for plotting your food-focused trip and offering lists of markets around the city. One my favorites is the Bastille market where I found gluten-free bread, cheese, olives and buckwheat crėpes to die for! Next post we will be on to new things. I hope you have enjoyed this series and would love to hear from you anytime.