Gluten free bakeries in Paris –
After the article about gluten-free restaurants in Paris that we tried, here are the gluten-free bakeries and pastry shops in Paris.
Gluten free bakeries in Paris
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Address: 14 Rue Ternaux, 75011 Paris – Phone: +33 1 43 55 07 30
Hours: Tuesday-Saturday 8:00 am – 8:00 pm | Sunday 8:00 am – 6:00 pm | Closed on Monday
Bakery 100% gluten-free, very popular, also for lunch. It has various focaccia and stuffed sandwiches, sweet bread and some other gluten-free desserts (also lactose-free options).
We weren’t particularly enthusiastic about this bakery, the day we were there weren’t a great choice of products and the two cakes we tasted (a cream tart with Italian meringue and a sweetened bread) were quite flavorless.
The reviews are however generally very good for this venue and it’s appreciated by the majority.
We took a small tart, a piece of sweet bread, a juice and a bottle of natural water for a total of € 12.90.
Address: 28 Rue Vignon, 75009 Paris – Phone: +33 9 81 31 28 31
Hours: Tuesday-Saturday 11:00 am – 7:00 pm | Closed Sunday and Monday
Bakery 100% gluten-free with lactose-free options, nice, with a few tables inside and outside. They have a good choice of cakes and gluten-free bread. They also make some dishes for lunch (sandwiches, salads, and quinoa).
We took some cakes and bread for a total of € 42.00. All the desserts are really good, delicious the eclairs (chocolate, salty caramel and coffee) and the “double” chocolate puffs, the Religieuse.
Bread, on the other hand, was nothing exceptional, not bad but a bit hard.
In the city of Paris you’ll find various Ladurée’s shops and tea rooms: click on the map above to locate them.
The Ladurée macaroons are all gluten-free and live up to their reputation. Macaron isn’t a dessert I particularly love, but these are really delicious.
The shops and the tea rooms are historic and very elegant: we went one afternoon in one of the tea rooms and we had an ice cream and a tasting of 4 macaroons. In total, with a bottle of natural water, we spent € 40.00.
Address: 15 Rue Marie Stuart, 75002 Paris – Phone: +33 1 40 20 92 31
Hours: Tuesday-Saturday 11:00 am – 7:30 pm | Sunday 11:00 am – 4:30 pm | Closed on Monday
Small pastry shop with tea room, completely gluten-free. The choice of desserts isn’t very wide, but they are all beautiful to see and very good. We had an afternoon and were able to choose from 7-8 types of dessert.
We took 4 single-portion desserts for a total of € 23.60. All really good, especially the giant macaron with pistachio cream and the cream tart with raspberries (the raspberries were fabulous!).
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Address: 3 Rue du Temple, 75004 Paris – Phone: +33 1 45 66 56 68
Hours: Monday-Tuesday 11:00 am – 8:00 pm | Wednesday-Friday 11:00 am – 9:00 pm | Saturday 10:00 am – 9:00 pm | Sunday 10:00 am – 8:00 pm
A very peculiar place that offers waffles and ice cream gluten-free and lactose-free. The waffles are served with sweet or savory ingredients.
We took a waffle with pistachio cream and a vanilla and chocolate ice cream cone. The waffle was very good and also the cone, crisp and tasty. The only flaw is ice cream, which is practically tasteless. In all, plus a bottle of natural water, we spent € 14.70.