Noglu: Gluten-Free in Paris

nogluParis in the springtime. Who can resist? Who can resist Paris anytime of the year, actually?!

In a city known for its pastries, Noglu is a gem, conveniently located in the 2nd.

While there are many tasty things on the menu, here are a few highlights:

  • John Dory with braised endive, served on a bed of lentils
  • Giant entrecôte steaks with generous piles of potatoes écrassés and topped with a sautéed wild mushrooms
  • Slightly dense bread with the soft mie (crumb), due to whatever the grain flour was used to make it
  • Salty slices of smoked fish with blue potatoes and a few dollops of avocado sauce
  • House made madeleines alongside some of the city’s best coffee

Bon Appetite!


4 thoughts on “Noglu: Gluten-Free in Paris”

  1. This was our most unfortunate experience in Paris. Although the food was gluten-free, the service was horrendous and the food was mediocre. 2 of us ordered the pizza and they only had one left, but rather than tell us, they only brought one and let the other person starve. 3 people ordered desserts and only 2 came. Since the tables are upstairs and the servers downstairs, it was impossible to get their attention to get actual food. The bread was good, but when we asked for more, we got a different bread that wasn’t so good. We left hungry and disappointed. Even with 3 celiacs in the family, we did much better using our GF-app and ordering naturally gluten-free foods at regular restaurants in Paris.

  2. I was in Paris in October and made sure that Noglu was one of my stops. It was so freeing to be able to order anything I wanted and not have to worry. And the food was delicious!! They even had muffins I got to go for breakfast the next morning. The restaurant is pretty small, so a reservation is a must. And if you’re in Paris, don’t forget about Helmut Newcake either, an all gluten-free bakery and cafe in the 10th. They are both fantastic!!

  3. I was in Paris in October and made sure that Noglu was one of my stops. It was so freeing to be able to order anything I wanted and not have to worry. And the food was delicious!! They even had muffins I got to go for breakfast the next morning. The restaurant is pretty small, so a reservation is a must. And if you’re in Paris, don’t forget about Helmut Newcake either, an all gluten-free bakery and cafe in the 10th. They are both fantastic!!

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