Judy, cantine qualitarienne


The “bowl” craze has well and truly conquered Paris. This is one of the best places to enjoy a selection of bowls designed to be healthy, natural and indulgent in equal measure.

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A simple café-restaurant? A “qualitarian canteen”, according to its creator, Judy, a firm believer in the qualitarian philosophy, which holds that each of us should mindfully adopt a lifestyle that is good for us, our minds and our bodies, while respecting others and the planet.

Here, eating is an ethos and an encounter. Behind the plant-covered façade lies a haven of goodwill and freshness, with a refined décor dominated by gentle, subtle shades. The dishes are brimming with colourful, vitamin-packed goodness. Take, for instance, the Buddha Bowl (mixed raw and cooked seasonal vegetables on a bed of cereals), the Green Power Bowl (spirulina, banana, avocado, spinach, basil, dates, almond milk, homemade granola and pollen), the raw chocolate cake, or the chai pudding. Needless to say, all of it is 100% vegetarian and gluten-free, with no refined sugar…

A suggestion: when the sun is out, order your food to go and enjoy it in the nearby Jardin du Luxembourg, one of Paris’s most beautiful parks.

Continue your exploration of Vegan-friendly restaurants in Paris.

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18, rue de Fleurus
75006 Paris 6ème

    Days and opening hours

    All year round, daily between 8 am and 7.20 pm.


    • A la carte: from 6 €.


    Spoken languages

    • French
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    18, rue de Fleurus
    75006 Paris 6ème

    • Copyright image:
    • Marine Brusson