Milk Allergy-Friendly Restaurants in Paris

Find dairy-free French classics like homemade French bread, French chocolate mousse, crepes, and more in our Top-Rated Dairy-Free Paris Restaurant Guide! See reviews that feature a fully dairy and gluten-free menu, a restaurant with the top 8 allergens listed, stunning views of the Eiffel Tower, and more. If you manage a nut allergy or celiac, see our Top-Rated Nut-Free Paris Restaurant Guide and Top-Rated Celiac-Safe Paris Restaurant Guide!

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“This restaurant was amazing. They handled my allergy very well and accommodated everything on the chef’s choice menu. Each time they brought out a dish, they explained how it was different from my friends’ food (i.e., how they had accommodated the allergy). The entire staff was aware of my allergy. And the food was incredible!!”

@beckyd144 who manages a milk allergy

Le Potager de Charlotte

“My son was able to eat a 3-course meal from this restaurant. He started off with the grilled romaine lettuce, then had the seasonal salad with fruit for his main, and finished with the chocolate mousse (without the pecans). They had a menu in English on their website that includes allergen information. Initially he had ordered the almond and rice pancake for dessert, however upon review with the chef, there was apparently peanut in the flour (which wasn’t listed on the menu.) We had Equal Eats cards translated in French, which helped a lot even though the staff spoke English. My son felt safe eating here and even ordered a mocktail. I’m glad they caught the peanut issue with the dessert—just goes to show you can never fully trust the menu, it’s always best to inform your server of all allergies and not assume you will be safe. As an aside, I ordered the Strawberry Charolette with the buckwheat almond crumble and it was one of the best desserts I’ve ever eaten!”

@paallergymom18 who manages peanut, tree nut, milk, fish, shellfish, and egg allergies

Gigi Paris

“AMAZING!!! First of all, we had a view of the Eiffel Tower from our table, so that was amazing. But the food-omg. We had the Pappa Al Pomodoro, which was tomatoes, basil + olive oil with some crispy bread to dip. Amazing!! Then I got the rigatoni Al Pomodoro and it was so delicious (just make sure to ask for no cheese on top if dairy-free!!). For dessert, they had sorbets that came inside the fruit! We got the lemon and it was amazing. Ambiance is amazing, service was great, cannot recommend enough!! Plus, the servers were really great about noting allergies and when our waiter wasn’t sure, he brought over the manager to answer questions which was comforting.”

@carlinhanley who manages peanut, tree nut, milk, sesame and shrimp allergies allergies

Chez Francis

“This restaurant has an amazing view of the Eiffel Tower along with amazing food. I ended up going for a burger with no cheese but it had an amazing sauce that elevated the taste so much. Amazing food and an amazing view, a must-visit.”

@viviancrabbe who manages peanut, tree nut, milk, shellfish, and kiwi allergies


“Staff asked about food allergies before we ordered. We did provide a translated allergy card. Wait staff confirmed with the Chef and made modifications to my daughter’s selections to accommodate. Meal was fantastic and so flavorful.”

@scl who manages tree nut, milk, and sesame allergies


“I had the vegan curry. I shared my allergy card with the waitress and she understood well. She assured me she would inform the chef of my allergy. The food was delicious.”

@beckyd144 who manages a milk allergy

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! Everything thing here was delish!”

@allergytravelr who manages celiac and peanut, tree nut, milk, soy, shellfish, wheat, fruit, and grain 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 milk, sesame, shellfish, fish, soy, seed, and tree nut allergies

Le Valois

“Went to this restaurant in Montmartre the food was great and I loved that the menu had an allergen list and the waiter was understanding and even pointed out things I could and couldn’t have. They are pretty well known because of some cheese dishes they serve such as fondue and even a cheese wheel so take note of that and be prepared for it to smell bad lol.”

@viviancrabbe who manages peanut, tree nut, milk, shellfish, and kiwi allergies

L’Oliveto Paris

“Family friendly restaurant with very warm and welcoming staff. Staff are knowledgeable with the ingredients in their dishes. Appetizer and entrees were delicious.”

@scl who manages tree nut, milk, and sesame allergies

Blueberry Maki Bar

“Great sushi bar! Staff was very careful in making sure my dish was prepared without cross-contamination—ate here on my birthday!”

@clarekirch who manages peanut, milk, and egg allergies

Dumpling House 川江号子 牛肉板面

“A friend introduced me to this little dumpling place she found in Paris and I am in love. You can chose to get your dumplings fried or in soup, they have multiple flavors but I just got the beef ones. Restaurant is small family owned, okay English but personally did not have any issues when discussing allergens.”

@viviancrabbe who manages peanut, tree nut, milk, shellfish, and kiwi allergies

La Crème de Paris

“I had two of the ‘Smooth A’ which only had raspberry, pineapple, and oat milk. I also had the raspberry sorbet. Our waiter told me which dishes I could have while looking at their menu after I told her my allergies. Their menu was very good and had all the ingredients for the dishes.”

@tealdelly who manages a milk allergy


“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

Gare Saint-Lazare

“I went twice to this restaurant and got chicken, salad, fries, and melon sorbet. The staff was really good and when I told them my allergies they told me what they could make and how it sounded. When I asked for fries, they made me special ones and double checked everything. I felt very comfortable and our waiter did a very good job and recognized me the second I walked in (the second time we went). Overall very positive experience and would recommend!”

@tealdelly who manages a milk allergy

Le Calife

“Emailed Le Calife with my daughters allergies beforehand and they stated they would be able to accommodate her allergies. Provided the head waiter with a translated allergen card. Menu had several options to choose from for an appetizer, entree, and dessert. Head waiter confirmed with the chef that her selections could be modified. However, other staff who brought the dishes to our table consistently gave the wrong dish to each guest and we had to switch plates.”

@scl who manages tree nut milk, and sesame allergies

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 allergies

Louvre Museum

“The restaurant in the museum has a vegan chocolate mousse, which was delicious. It was soy and chickpea based.”

@cbuckley who manages tree nut, milk, egg, and avocado allergies

le Bonheur est dans l’Instant

“Only French and Chinese spoken here but owner has an allergen chart for all this bowls offered with top 8 allergens listed. We showed him our allergy card in French and he assured us there were no peanuts or dairy.”

@eyang who manages peanut, tree nut, milk and legume allergies

Loulou Restaurant Paris

“I though the only safe option was going to be the pomodoro, which would have been great, but we asked about the fish and meat of the day and we ended up splitting the special sirloin of the day. The waiter also came up with a safe starter, a mushroom salad, and 2 types of safe bread! The main entree (the sirloin) originally came with fries but the waiter came back and let us know that the fries were either fried with something with peanuts or it was fried in peanut oil (I couldn’t entirely understand what was going on) but regardless, they weren’t safe. So they made us a green salad with super fresh lettuce and it also came with amazing sautéed vegetables. Overall, SO delicious and highly recommend. They even had safe sorbet for dessert but we passed because we were stuffed! This restaurant is right next to the Louvre so it’s in a great spot!.”

@carlinhanley who manages peanut, tree nut, milk, sesame and shrimp allergies allergies

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