I was pleasantly surprised to find how gluten free friendly Paris was. Most restuarant staff members knew 'sans gluten' and allergy to gluten and was very accomodating. There are many amazing places to eat in Paris, but I though I would share my highlights.
Our first meal was after a late arrival, and was at Le Saint Germain. We simply had wine and fries - it seemed like the best idea when we arrived thirsty and a bit hungry. We also came back for our last breakfast (where I had an omelet which was quite good).
One great dinner spot is Le Pré Aux Clercs. The food was amazing - I did have the filet and got to have fries (yay) and creme brulee.
Another places which would be great for dinner or lunch (I had lunch there) was Noglu. It is a 100% gluten free restaurant, and the food was indescribably good. I had the club sandwhich and my husband and I shared two desserts (an apple tart a chocolate cake type thing. I only wish I had gotten to eat here more than once. It was close to the department stores, Royal Palace and the Opera.
And of course, no trip to Paris would be complete without crepes... but I am going to save that for tomorrow's post, as well as my recap of gluten free groceries (most treats) in Paris!
Have you been to Paris? Did you have luck navigating the city gluten free?