Celiac-Safe Restaurants in Paris

Find celiac-safe French classics like steak frites, pastries, fully gluten-free restaurants, and more in our Top-Rated Celiac-Safe Paris Restaurant Guide! See reviews that feature a restaurant with an allergen chart, an accommodating chef, and more! If you manage a nut or dairy allergy, see our Top-Rated Nut-Free Paris Restaurant Guide and Top-Rated Dairy-Free Paris Restaurant Guide.

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“Had dinner here one night and visited their bakery as well. Dinner menu is a bit limited but absolutely delicious! Sweets and breads were great. My son was finally able to taste a chocolate tart, brioche, and much more. Fine French pastries without the gluten. Several locations in Paris and one in NYC. Highly recommend!”
@rwmha who manages celiac

Tasca Gluten-free and Organic Restaurant

“Tasca is my favorite restaurant in Paris! I ate there 2 nights in a row! The entire restaurant is gluten-free and delicious! I felt so much safer eating in a restaurant where I wasn’t worried about having a gluten reaction. Over my two trips I enjoyed ravioli, cheese pizza, organic white wine, tiramisu, and their warm homemade bread. The pizza had a myriad of cheeses, which were a perfect harmony. The bolognese ravioli was hearty and delicious. I was thrilled to have tiramisu because I haven’t found a good gluten-free tiramisu in the U.S. yet. The bread was to die for; I asked for seconds! It was served with a light, whipped cheese and olive oil. All of Tasca’s dishes are amazing, and you would have no idea the entire restaurant is gluten-free!”
@passportmemoirs who manages celiac and tree nut, seed, vegetable, and fruit allergies

Cafe Charlot

“Such a cute spot!! Loved it here I came twice for dinner on my trip!! Showed the waiter my Equal Eats allergy card and he reassured me I was okay. Got a Caesar salad and then fish for my entree—the fish came out plain, so I definitely know they understood my allergy.”
@swolfe who manages celiac and peanut and tree nut allergies

Little Nonna

“100% gluten-free Italian in Paris-SO amazing. So delicious. I recommend everything on the menu. The tiramisu is to die for!!”
@gfreebasicb who manages celiac

Café de Flore

“The hot chocolate here is heaven on earth. Staff is well educated. SO good.”
@gfreebasicb who manages celiac

Les Antiquaires

“We have severe egg, wheat, peanut, and tree nut allergies. Waitstaff was very friendly and helpful. We used our allergy cards and google translate. Steak and fries were fine for nut and egg allergy. (He can have food fried in refined peanut oil because doesn’t have peanut protein). My son with wheat and egg allergy had steak and rice.”
@jtrand who manages celiac and peanut, tree nut, and egg allergies

Le Potager de Charlotte

“Everything was delicious! Menu is plant-based (no gluten, eggs, or dairy) with allergens clearly marked. Limited selection; may not be a hit for kids.”
@glutenfreepa who manages celiac and milk and wheat allergies


“This is a Mediterranean, French restaurant run by the nicest couple ever. (If you go- tell carol I say I love her). They have a a separate allergen chart you can request that outlines which menu items contain each allergen AND which items can be adjusted not to contain them. It’s a smaller plate style restaurant, so you can try more things! Some highlights- artichoke 3 ways, roasted octopus, potatoes obviously! And a great wine selection! This place is 15 tables max so it is very intimate and lovely! More on the casual side (they do use nuts in the kitchen).”
@allergytravelr who manages celiac and peanut, tree nut, milk, soy, shellfish, wheat, fruit, and grain allergies


“This is the more upscale sibling restaurant of Hebe. The chef here is Michelin star and the wine and beverage list is phenomenal. They have a detailed allergen chart at this location as well! The owner brought me to the kitchen to speak with Chef Eric directly! All was allergy friendly and absolutely delicious INCLUDING THE AMUSE BOUCHE! I had risotto, swordfish, zucchini 3 ways, and delicious potatoes. Carol and her husband really are a power couple balancing wine and food knowledge! (They do use nuts in the kitchen). This is on the pricier side, but it is just wonderful! 12/10 recommendation this place.”
@allergytravelr who manages celiac and peanut, tree nut, milk, soy, shellfish, wheat, fruit, and grain allergies


“100% gluten-free Japanese bento spot really close to the Louvre. SO delicious and healthy!! You’d never know it’s gluten-free. The chicken karaage was to die for!”

@gfreebasicb who manages celiac

YA BAYTÉ by Hébé

“Another amazing restaurant by the owners of Didon and Hebe! This is a true power couple. YA BAYTE is a quick service Lebanese inspired restaurant that allows you to customize your meal! (Think chipotle style, but fresher and better) this place is in view of Notre Dame so great for lunch and eating outside. They also have a detailed allergen chart! Peep photos of the chart and me chatting with my bff- aka the owner Carol! Everything thing here was delish!”
@allergytravelr who manages celiac and peanut, tree nut, milk, soy, shellfish, wheat, fruit, and grain allergies

Prunier Victor Hugo par Yannick Alléno

“Incredible luxurious and decadent French meal. Able to accommodate for celiac. Caviar and champagne are a must!”
@gfreebasicb who manages celiac

L Entrecote Paris

“So incredible for steak frites. I wasn’t able to eat the secret sauce, but the fries and steak sans sauce were still amazing. The wine is super, salad is naturally gluten-free. I got the crème brûlée for dessert- SO good.”
@gfreebasicb who manages celiac

Brasserie Les Deux Palais

“Clearly marked gluten-free items on the menu! I omelettes, salads, main courses, and desserts! The menu has everything marked with symbols for gluten-free and vegetarian. The staff seemed to speak pretty good English, although I tried to speak French exclusively. The food was tasty and I felt confident when ordering that they understood I needed to be sans gluten. I noticed they had a few vegetarian items as well, but not very many. 10/10 would return here purely for the ease of navigating their menu.”
@eward14 who manages celiac

Bistrot Bassano

“Incredible Greek spot with a clearly labeled menu of food allergens and tons of gluten-free options. Staff is very knowledgeable and the food is delicious!”
@gfreebasicb who manages celiac

Kapunka – Cantine Thaï Sans Gluten

“Menu free from gluten and dairy, with vegan options. Reasonable pricing and delivery times.”
@glutenfreepa who manages celiac and milk and wheat allergies

Le Relais de l’Entrecôte

“Gluten-free steak frites!! It is the only main course on the menu. The salad to start is also gluten-free.”
@mollysgfplate who manages celiac

O’scià Pizzeria Napoletana

“We loved our dining experience at O’scia!! The staff were so nice, and they were happy to talk about the ingredients with us in English. The restaurant has a gluten-free pizza crust made with gluten-free wheat flour (more details of their crust on their website). They had so many different pizza options and great salads. Highly recommend!”
@elise who manages celiac and peanut and tree nut allergies

Restaurant l’Envolée

“The server was attentive and actively listened to my son’s dietary restrictions. He took our chef card to the chef to discuss our order. I reviewed the menu before visiting the restaurant. The kitchen has an ‘open concept’ to the dining area, so there’s comfort in seeing the server and chef discussing in detail. The meal was safe and enjoyed.”
@jflannery who manages celiac and peanut, tree nut, milk, egg, soy, shellfish, wheat, seed, fruit, and grain allergies

Jade Coffee

“We went to this restaurant because the place we wanted to go was not allergy friendly. We stumbled upon this place, found out they used sunflower oil and went for it for dinner. The burger was good , the fries were good, the wine was good our server was aware of ingredients and proactive! Not our best meal in Paris but very yummy and safe. The ambience was cool and they had outdoor seating!”
@allergytravelr who manages celiac and peanut, tree nut, milk, soy, shellfish, wheat, fruit, and grain allergies

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