Le Grand Appétit
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Famous traiteur (caterer) chain known for some of Paris’ most delectable pastries and chocolate; 10 more outlets across the capital.
9 rue de la Cerisaie · interesting places nearby
Le Grand Appétit information
No eggs, no sugar, no dairy products, no meat and no preprepared products is the culinary mantra of this végétalienne lunch address, with an excellent organic and macrobiotic shop next door selling vegan food products. Pick from a petite or grande veggie plate, a miso soup, or an inventive bol garni (bowl) of rice, organic cereals, seaweed and vegetables.
The sushi-style norimaki (seaweed-wrapped rice rolls with veg and tofu) are delicious.