Jah Jah by Le Tricycle

Eateries don’t come much cooler than this huge Afro-Rasta restaurant, which preaches the new religion of all things vegan, raw and gluten-free. Did you say natural?

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With its red, yellow and green Jamaican flags and portraits of Bob Marley, this place makes no secret of its Rastafarian inspiration, which sets an easy-going, unpretentious tone. The décor mixes reclaimed furniture with crates of fresh vegetables, all to the strains of a world music soundtrack.

The large numbers of young people who frequent this lively neighbourhood are big fans of this new-style eatery, with its revolutionary idea of what good food means. There is nothing sophisticated here. No meat, no fish. Instead, a proud commitment to “super natural food”, with raw vegetables to the fore.

Rediscover the joys of the sweet potato, the chickpea, the avocado, the cauliflower, the carrot or the courgette, combined in vibrant salads, colourful mezze and even a vegan hotdog, washed down with roselle and hibiscus juice. From the Creole world to India, this place serves the best of global vegan cuisine!

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11, rue des Petites-Écuries
75010 Paris 10ème

    Days and opening hours

    From 01/01 to 3112 between 12 pm and 10.30 pm. Closed on Tuesday.



    Spoken languages

    • French
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