Chambelland is a dedicated gluten free bakery and pastry shop with locations in Paris, Belgium, and Luxembourg. They’ve figured out the secret to chewy, crusty gluten free breads and beautifully delicate and flavorful tartlets.
Below you’ll find a working list of gluten free restaurants in Paris, with lots of options that are also dairy free or vegan. Click on a restaurant to learn more about it and see if we recommend it!
Besides all of the restaurant options on this list, you’ll find lots of naturally gluten free foods like buckwheat galettes, macarons, poulet rôti, cheeses, and ice creams around Paris. You’ll even find vegan French cheeses in certain grocery stores! Just make sure to ask about cross-contamination if you’re sensitive to trace amounts of gluten.
As an aside: if you’re someone who usually takes oat milk in their coffee, be aware that most oat milk produced outside North America is not gluten free certified. You may want to switch to another type of milk while you’re in France if you’re avoiding gluten.
Little Nonna is a dedicated gluten free Italian restaurant located in the Golden Triangle area of Paris. The restaurant has a warm, relaxed atmosphere and is perfect for an apertivo with friends.