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A new way of tasting a burger

July 2nd, 2012 by admin

Do you eat organic and love hamburgers? We have the perfect address for you! In the heart of the 2nd district, discover Bioburger, the first Parisian organic fast food. In a bit of a 50s décor, made with recycled materials, you’ll learn that organic also rhymes with pleasure. The restaurant gets its meat from producers installed in France, in order to notably reduce the carbon footprint linked to transportation, and this way reassure the quality of its products. Are you vegetarian? Bioburger offers a Vegi Burger, made with a tofu steak à la provençale, with tomato, salad, onion and ketchup. Delight yourself!

Burger Menu at 10€: 1 burger + 1 fries OR green salad + 1 drink OR 1 dessert
Bruger Menu at 12€, with dessert.

Open Monday to Saturday from 11: 30 a.m. to 4 p.m.

BioBurger
46, Passage Choiseul
75002 Paris
France
T.: +33 (0)1 49 26 93 90
contact@bioburger.info

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Zuzu’s Petals

June 17th, 2011 by admin

Zuzu’s Petals… strange name for a restaurant. For the record, Zuzu is the name of a character from the forties movie “It’s a wonderful life”. And life is indeed wonderful in this little restaurant of the 10th arrondissement. The concept: one soup and one tartine each day, served with organic green salad and “zuzu secret” dressing. Gratin, sandwiches, burgers, fruit juice, wine… an exclusive selection of dishes and organic products, each one tastier than the next await you. Juice bar, soup bar, you’ll also find creativity in your plate! A restaurant committed to sustainable development, delicious and artless products, a nice dining room and music… Just one question: when are we going?

A little extra: The restaurant also offers an organic catering service.

Open everyday from 12 to 3 pm, until 4 pm on weekends.

Zuzu’s Petals
8, rue Marie & Louise
75010 Paris
France
T. : +33.(0)9.51.79.00.31
contact@zuzuspetals.fr

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Quinoe: organic restaurant in Paris

February 19th, 2010 by admin

Opened since the beginning of January, this new kind of fast food is a good compromise between urban consumption and ecofriendly policy. The food is prepared every morning in the restaurant’s kitchen (so the food is really fresh), and made only with organic and/or fair trade products. So between two appointments, the customers can discover black quinoa, pink rice or fonio (an cereal from West Africa). The Quinoe staff has thought about everything : the fast food decoration is ecofriendly (natural paints, vegetal based organic ink, sorting of recyclables) so we can sip on a sweet ginger-baobab juice. On top of that, Quinoe is also a fair trade grocery store, offering products labeled Max Havelaar, and recipe books (so you can impress your mother in law next time you invite her over for a family meal). You have the choice between two formulas : one at EUR 12 ( 1 course with a drink and dessert) or the one at EUR 11, 50 with a big salad, a drink and dessert. In the evening, the place becomes an ecofriendly bar, between 6 and 9 p.m.That a good alternive for our urban stressed out consumer society!

quinoe

Copyright: Edouard Pecheteau

Quinoé
59, rue des Mathurins
75008 Paris
France
T. : 01.40.06.91.04

quinoe

Copyright: Edouard Pecheteau

97 Bio: new organic restaurant in the 17th arrondissement

November 5th, 2009 by admin

Brand new and beautiful, the 97 Bio restaurant offers only organic products from organic farming. The decor is neat, refined and chic in shades of green and chocolate, with comfortable chairs and leather banquettes.
A both restaurant and tea room, people come to enjoy fresh and seasonal cooking: cream of chesnut with pear and blue cheese, chicken with honey and green tea, eggplant burger, salad vegetables with quinoa and bulgur in sesame …
A set lunch for 16€ is available with a choice: appetizer or dessert + dish + coffee.
If you have children, the restaurant organizes cooking workshops on Wednesdays and Saturdays from 13pm to 5pm, to help them discover the right products and their benefits.
Finally, for those who dream to cook organic food, the restaurant offers take-out baskets, made according to your requests within 48 hours.

Open Monday to Friday from 8.30am to 11am for breakfast, from 11:30am to 3pm for lunch, and 3pm to 6:30pm for tea.
Cooking workshops for children: 20€ for 2 hours. From 7 to 10 years-old. Maximum 10 children per class.

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Restaurant Bio Paris 17
97, rue Jouffroy d’Abbans
75017 Paris
France
T. : +33.1.42.27.06.67

Eat organic and healthy: Pousse pousse

September 5th, 2009 by admin

The living food, also known as raw foodism is more often recognized by athletes, artists and people who care about their health. A unique store in Paris, founded in late 2003 by Lawrence Aboucaya, offers an introduction to this diet and sprouts through discovery workshops and cooking classes followed by tastings. This brand also sells sprouts, grass juice, seaweed, fruit juices and organic vegetable cold extracts nd other culinary curiosities that leave no one bored.

Open from Monday to Friday from 2pm to 3:30pm and from 4:30pm to 7:30pm.

pousse-pousse

Pousse Pousse
7, rue Notre-Dame-de-Lorette
75009 Paris
France
T. : +33.1.53.16.10.81
contact@poussepousse.eu

Grand Appetit: organic restaurant and store

August 24th, 2009 by admin

Located close to the Bastille, Grand Appetit is both a grocery store and a canteen where healthy eating is the key word. You can take a cooking class, a half-day or a course to discover the virtues and benefits of sprouted seeds, soy milk, tofu, seaweed or legumes. A playful and fun way not to be afraid of what we do not know.

grand-appetit

Grand Appétit
9, rue de la Cerisaie
75004 Paris
France
T. : +33.1.69.86.10.34

Caroll Sinclair’s organic restaurant in Paris

February 27th, 2009 by admin

Here is a small restaurant: traditional hospitality and warm welcome. But behind this facade hides Caroll Sinclair, who focuses on fresh and organic food. Comparing the cooking to jazz piano, she performs traditional dishes with modern accents.
To taste: the foie gras in papillotte with Guérande salt and Cameroon pepper, the tail of monkfish with saffron or the tuna steak with foie gras and mushroom sauce. Concerning the price, do not panic, the starters range from 14 to 25 €, and the plates 19 and 35 €. Prices remain affordable after all.

Open 7/7 from 11:30am until 2:30pm and from 6pm until midnight.

caroll-sinclair

Table d’Hôte du Palais Royal
8, rue du Beaujolais
75001 Paris
France
T. : +33.1.42.61.25.30
F. : +33.1.42.60.99.59

Organic restaurants in Paris

December 15th, 2008 by admin

Crudus
This trendy and organic venue is run by the same team as the Cibus. Forget the more complex dishes and go for the plates of mozza, burrata and mind-blowing delicatessen. An evening meal will cost you €35 (not including drinks). It’s a place to eat which is both stylish and accessible and a delightful meeting place for the environmentally-aware.

Crudus
21, rue Saint-Roch
75001 Paris
France
Phone : +33 1 42 60 90 29

Photo credit: Adrian Moore

Kloog Cafe
This flashy diner is beloved of the residents of Paris’s 17th arrondissement. In Scandinavian tones, with classic 50s furniture and nice prices, Koogle Cafe is the perfect place for a day out with friends. Starters cost around €5 (green olive and goats cheese Kloofoutie) and main courses go for €11-12 (Kloog platter: soft boiled eggs with cream, onions and a slice of bacon, curried organic quinoa and spinach salad with sesame): highly “Kloog” flavours for a memorable evening.

Kloog Cafe
63, rue Guy Moquet
75017 Paris
France
Phone: +33 1 42 29 59 18
Closed on Monday and Sunday nights.

Addresses seen in Glamour.

Organic eating in Paris

December 6th, 2008 by admin

Supernature
This restaurant reconciles organic devotees and refined palates, with aubergine curries and not-to-be-missed potimarron squash and pea risottos. Starter and main course for €14. The restaurant also offers lunch with a Comté cheese muffin, soft-boiled eggs with Philadelphia cream cheese, whole-grain pancakes, almond milk cream and tonka beans. Magazines including l’Express, Pariscope, Le Figaro and Elle are all going crazy about this place and it’s easy to see why.

Supernature
12, rue de Trévise
75009 Paris
France
Tel: +33 1 47 70 21 03
super_nature@yahoo.fr

L’Oiseau Blanc – La Capucine
After a hard day, make for Clarisse Demory’s bucolic-sounding organic bar and restaurant. You can try unusual organic wines like Beaujolais Village and the excellent dishes including the house tarama, marinated artichokes and the sublime Tzatziki. The prices are attractive too. You’ll have a great time and soon be recommending it to your friends.

L’Oiseau blanc – La Capucine
35, rue de l’Orillon
75011 Paris
France
Tel: +33 1 43 57 94 67
cafe.oiseau@yahoo.fr
open on monday to friday, from 6pm until 1am.

Adresses vues dans Glamour

Bob’s Juice Bar
Bob is in fact called Mark. He hails from San Francisco and serves great organic food from his store near the Canal Saint-Martin: soups, sandwiches, delicious fresh fruit juice and wickedly good muffins, US style. As well as the famed mixer which takes pride of place on the counter, there is a corner with all the American press for added atmosphere. A soup, muffin and smoothie lunch costs €8.50.
It’s well worth a visit not just because it’s environmentally aware, but also because the proprietor is friendly and engaging.

Bob’s Juice Bar
15, rue Lucien-Sampaix
75010 Paris
France
Tel : +33 9 50 06 36 18
bob@bobjuicebar.com
Open on monday to friday, from 7:30am to 3:00pm

Le Look
Ludivine Billaud is an illustrator by trade. A lover of Berlin, good eating and pleasant places, she designed this venue with the help of designer Martino Gamper. Le Look is a great place to meet at any time of day over a delicious hot dog and salads which vary with the whims of the proprietress. Bionade, the new elderberry soda, is a delicious way to quench your thirst. Testing out this delightful little restaurant will cost you about €16.

Le Look
17, rue Martel
75010 Paris
France

Credit photo: Harris Graber

Adresses vues dans Glamour.


EXKi restaurants: fresh, healthy fast food

November 3rd, 2008 by admin

EXKi restaurants now mean that “fast food” no longer needs to be synonymous with bad eating. At the origin of this project were three schoolfriends who came up with the concept of serving quality fast food using natural, fresh produce – at all hours of the day. The first EXKi restaurant opened in Brussels in January 2001. It was an immediate success, and the three friends exported the concept to Luxembourg, Italy and France.

The twin mantras of these establishments are “natural, fresh and ready” and “serving the customer as you would like to be served yourself”. All the products are organic, with the details and nutritional values of all ingredients completely clear for each dish. Even the cleaning products are environmentally-friendly (Ecovert) and the electricity used is 100% green. This environmental awareness is attractive – and enjoyable, too!

Our recommendations: raisin and nut twists (organic bread), the “Romulus” with duck mousse, organic fig jam, celeriac, carrots and parsley; wholewheat bread triangles (also organic) such as the “Cristano” with vegetable Carpaccio, basil pesto and shards of parmesan. Delicious!

EXKi
9, bd des Italiens
75002 Paris
France
T. : +33 (0) 1 42 61 06 52
F. : +33 (0) 1 42 61 07 54
bd.des.italiens@exki.fr

Open on monday to friday from 8am to 10:30pm. And saturdays, from 9am to 10:30pm

 

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