Saveurs Végét’Halles is a great little place and oh so almost vegan. In fact their sign declares that they are a “Vegetarian and Vegan restaurant” and their menu declares that they do “Cuisine Sans Oeuf” (Egg free cooking.) They label everything and even label the one non-vegan food item that they make, which is a lasagne in case you were wondering.

It’s right in the middle of the city – right next to the mega Les Halles station- so if you are just passing through the city this could be your vegan destination.

My kids always have the beignets de tofu (tofu ‘nuggets’) and the soy mango lassi. We like the fake fried chicken they make here, and last time I went I had the coconut curry with eggplant and the ‘chicken’: it was lovely and the eggplant was melt-in-your-mouth delicious.

Végét'Halles

They have a ‘grain of the day’ and ‘potato of the day,’ etc. so the accompaniments will change based on when you go. Our plates had mashed potato and quinoa last time we went. 

Végét'Halles Curry

This is the former location of La Victoire Suprême du Coeur and it is basically the same ambience and menu as the old VSDC.

PROS: Central. Basically vegan, with clear labelling. Hearty portions.

CONS: I never can leave room for dessert! No alcohol.

Végét’Halles
41 rue des Bourdonnais, 75001
01 40 41 93 95
Métro: Châtelet or Les Halles

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