12 Best Most Delicious Gluten Free Bakeries You Need to Try in Paris (Croissants & Éclairs) + Recommendations

The most challenging thing when traveling is to find bakeries in a foreign country that serves desserts that are gluten-free.

 

You’re allergic to gluten-free or you’re aware of how unhealthy and bad gluten is for your health, you’re not going to miss the chance to experience the famous Parisian croissants, baguettes, macarons, and éclairs in the most delicious gluten-free bakeries you’ll find in Paris.

 

  1. /  Helmut Newcake

Near Locations:

  • Less than a 10-minute walk from the Galeries Lafayette.
  • In the Ninth Arrondissement.
  • 28 Rue Vignon, 75009 Paris, France

Backstory the Restaurant:

  • Founded by Chef Marie and her husband François Tagliaferro.
  • After Ms. Tagliaferro got diagnosed with celiac disease, she decided to offer gluten-free alternatives to the French classics to people like her who can’t eat wheat. 

Famous Pastries:

  • Tarte Citron Meringuée (Favorite)

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  • Tarte noisette passion
  • Pistache rouge

Bonus Information:

  • I recommend you order it through Foodora (An equivalent to Uber) if you are located a bit far from the location of the bakery.
  • You are able to take away your order.
  • It accepts credit cards.
  • There is a bike parking space.
  • They speak good English.

Negative Features:

  • It is not a morning bakery. It opens late morning, around 11 am. This can be perfect for you if you wake up late in your vacation.

 

  1. Chambelland Boulanger

Location:

  • Near Opéra Bastille, Place de la Bastille
  • 14 rue Ternaux | 1 Rue du Marche Popincourt, 75011 Paris

Back Story of the Restaurant:

Nathaniel Doboin and Thomas Teffri-Chambelland are the masters of gluten-free food. You know why? they built their own mill where their flours are made in ( They are made from organic rice, buckwheat, sorghum, and millet.)

Famous Pastries:

  • Tarte aux citron

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Bonus Information:

  • It is a morning bakery since it opens from 9am even on Sunday (which is great since a lot of them are closed on Sundays).

Negative Features:

  • They don’t deliver food if you want to order online.

 

 

  1. / Thank You, My Deer 

    (This is my favorite)

Location:

  • 112 Rue Saint-Maur, 75011 Paris
  • Near Edith Pastille Muséum

Back Story of the Restaurant:

Founded by two beautiful young Slovakian women Sona and Jana. “The sparkle got lit up”, said Jana when she started a gluten-free diet in 2012. The rest is history. No, the rest is yumminess overload!

Famous Pastries:

  • TARTELETTE AUX PRUNES
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Bonus Information:

  • It is a morning bakery since it opens from 8:30 am
  • It has its own online shop (in which you can buy some gluten-free pasta if you’re planning to cook in an Airbnb maybe)
  • Biking parking available

Negative Features:

  • If you’re looking for a full Parisian menu, maybe it’s not the place to go. But it can be good for those who want to taste the usual food they eat from other countries.

 

4. / Biosphère Café

Location:

  • 47 Rue de Laborde, 75008 Paris
  • Near Elysee Palace

Back Story of the Restaurant:

Biosphère Café is the First organic and gluten-free creperie/pastry/caterer in Paris.

Famous Pastries:

  • Macarons
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  • Cookies (without egg)
  • Muffins

Bonus Information:

  • You may want to book before visiting the shop.
  •   Reservation on a table is only via phone (01 42 93 45 58)

Negative Features:

  • It is only open in the afternoon.

 

  1. / Noglu

Location:

First Location: 69, rue de Grenelle, 75007 Paris

  • Near the Eiffel tower
  • Near Orsay museum

Second Location: 16, passage des Panoramas, 75002

  • Near Palace Vendome

Back Story of the Restaurant:

They have their recipes book called “Book San Gluten” you can find it on Amazon here.

Famous Pastries:

  • Madelaine
  • Baguette Noglu
  • Tart of fruits of the season

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Bonus Information:

  • It has 2 branches in Paris which makes it easy for you to choose the nearest.
  • Firs Location is a morning branch the other starts from the afternoon.
  • All ingredients are 100% bio.

 

  1. / Carl Marletti

Location:

  • 51 rue Censier, 75005 Paris
  • Near Arc de Triomphe

Back Story of the Restaurant:

Founded by the talented chef Carl Marletti who was the chef at the Grand Hôtel Intercontinental.

Famous Pastries:

  • Lemon Tart
  • Éclairs ( Chocolate, Caramel, Vanilla, Pistachio)
  • Millefeuille (You need to try this!)

Bonus Information:

  • They have two choices in their menu where they give a plate of 9/20 pieces for tasting.

Negative Features:

  • It can be expensive.

 

  1. / Onyriza

Location:

  • 38 Rue du Château d’Eau, 75010 Paris
  • Near Canal St Martin

Back Story of the Restaurant:

Onyriza is founded by a French blogger Karen Le Guillerm after doing so many recipes in her blog  Les délices d’Auxane,

Famous Pastries:

  • Tart (Lemon, Chocolate, Mytilles)
  • Succé Pranile

Bonus Information:

  • It has delicious menus specifically for breakfast.
  • Most of the pastries are dairy free.

 

  1. / café mareva

Location:

  • 38 Rue du Faubourg du Temple, 75011 Paris
  • Near Edith Pastille Muséum

Back Story of the Restaurant:

After Mareva discovered she can tolerate lactose, she quitted her job to create the ever so delicious Café Mareva.

Famous Pastries:

  • Tart Lemon meringue

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  • Pancakes
  • Cake pistache framboise

Bonus Information:

  • It is a morning bakery since it opens from 9 am
  • You can reserve a place through lafouchette.com
  • It specializes in Breakfasts and Brunches.

 

  1. / Yummy and Guilt-Free

Location:

  • 3 Rue du Temple, 75004 Paris

Back Story of the Restaurant:

The Founder Manoël Collon discovered gluten-free concept since the 90s.

Famous Pastries:

  • Waffle COULIS DE CARAMEL
  • Waffle Crème de citron et chocolate praline 

 

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Trip Advisor Picture

 

Bonus Information:

  • It is basically waffle Land!
  • They have a delivery service.

Negative Features:

– It is not a morning bakery.

  1. / Mon éclair (me)

Location:

  • 52 Rue des Acacias 75017 Paris

Back Story of the Restaurant:

The geniuses behind the custom-made éclairs bakery are Johanna Lepape and Grégory Cohen.

Famous Pastries:

Éclairs in many flavors

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Aren’t they just CUTE!?

Bonus Information:

  • It is custom made pastries where everything happens in front of your eyes. You chose the type of Éclairs, the cream, and the toppings.

Negative Features:

It may be expensive.

 

  1. / Sitron

Location:

Location1: 15 Rue Marie Stuart, 75002 Paris

Location 2: Batignolles – 59 rue des Batignolles, Paris 75017

Back Story of the Restaurant:
Sitron is an unexpected encounter between an experienced chef and a young graduate.

Famous Pastries:

  • Macaron Pistachio

 

 

Bonus Information:

  • It closes, like most bakeries in Paris, every Sunday and Monday.
  • It has 2 branches which make it easier to choose which one is the closest to you.
  • It is lactose-free as well.

 

  1. / Foucade

Location:

  • 17 rue Duphot, 75001

Back Story of the Restaurant:

It is founded in 1800 by Antonin Carême.

Famous Pastries:

  • L’operette

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  • La Fruitée
  • L’éclaire

Bonus Information:

  • Most of the pastries are lactose, soya, egg, coconut free.
  • There is also an option for custom made pastries.

 

*/ If you had the chance to visit any of the bakeries above, please don’t hesitate to tell us your experience with us. (we don’t mind some photos, also)

Photo credits are for all the brand’s websites.

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