FRANCE, Restaurants, Uncategorized

A New Gluten-Free Restaurant In Paris

2 Comments 07 February 2013

16, passage des Panoramas
75002 Paris, France

There’s a new gluten-free restaurant in Paris! It sounds like a very safe place to eat gluten-free.

Here’s the English translation of Noglu’s About page on their website:


WITH LOVE allergen free, WHAT IS IT?
NOGLU follows the movement With Love Allergen Free is the guarantor of the commitment to meet the requirements of food safety and hygiene required by the practice of cooking without gluten and lactose for some recipes, service and takeaway of these products. And enforce these important rules to all staff kitchen and bathroom intolerant and allergic to everything.
– No food containing allergens listed will be allowed in kitchens and other culinary workshops which will be made pastries and dishes tasted.
– Raw materials used for the recipes will be certified GLUTEN and LACTOSE for some recipes.
– The kitchen of the facility will be cleaned according to the rules of hygiene and imposed no work plan or utensil made available not present traces of the allergen excluded mentioned *.
– Each recipe, dish, pastry displayed and sold groceries mention clearly allergens excluded.
– All staff (kitchen and bathroom) receive training appropriate to the type of preparation proposed in the institution, as well as a kitchen philosophy NOGLU the right product.

Sounds and looks good!

You can read a full review over at David Lebovitz’s blog.

Please let us know if you go to Noglu! Merci!

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    James says:

    It’s restaurants such as this one that need our support. It is such a unique place and I have never encountered anything like it on my travels. It was a little difficult to find being in a little shopping laneway off Blvd Montmarte but once inside I found the food was amazing whether following a GF diet or not. For once I was confident when eating my meal… everything is GF and the majority of dishes were also lactose free, which was good for me. I’m not a fan of GF bread but this place had the best GF bread I’ve had and my partner (who isn’t GF and loves bread) said she would go back specifically for it. The prices are not outrageous when considering the effort needed to make some of the dishes on the menu. The menu is small but it is a Paris must for anyone with dietary needs and I’m sure their families will have a new found appreciation for GF food!!

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    Adam Bryan says:

    I’ve heard so many great things about Noglu. One of my first stops when I take my trip to Paris in the next coming months.

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