Photo: Ella Olsson

The sunny days are coming and with them a lot of clichés inviting us to drastically reduce the number of calories on the counter – no longer say the word “diet” – if we want to have a new look, not to mention a good impression in our swimsuits .

As good, well-informed friends, we have traveled le Marais to find the best “healthy and gourmet” canteens of the moment. Because eating healthy today no longer means starving yourself or wasting away from boredom in front of a tasteless salad, quite the contrary.

Follow the guide.

Heart stroke

Brunch at Marlette’s

Do you dream of a “holiday home” atmosphere where you can share a gourmet moment without feeling guilty? marlette awaits you.

In the heart of the Marais, you will love curling up in a wicker armchair to enjoy an organic seasonal menu, composed of products sourced from local producers and enriched with gluten-free sweet and savory recipes, designed to indulge yourself while enjoying yourself. good.

On the menu, served on a wooden and ceramic table, everything that is most authentic, ultra soft pancakes, almond financiers, morning cookies and madeleines, hearty and ultra-refreshing bowls, savory cakes and lunchtime blinis, then scones , muffins and other delicacies to choose from in the cake bar throughout the day... And for those who have a strong heart, try the Gimber, an invigorating drink made with a preparation of ginger, lemon and thyme or fresh rosemary .

A real thunderbolt.

Café Marlette Marais
6, Rue du Forez, 75003 Paris
Monday to Friday from 10AM to 18PM
Saturday to Sunday from 10 a.m. to 18:30 p.m.
Tel: +01 43 31 06 64

Sunburn

Brunch at The Cali sisters

Can you imagine yourself under the California sun, the capital of healthy cuisine and good vibes without leaving Paris? It's possible.

The Cali Sisters invite you on a journey into a “gipsy bohemian, very Venice Beach” setting where you will experience Californian cuisine that is as healthy as it is succulent. Between a giant palm tree and an XXL glass roof, you will succumb to recipes brought directly from LA but reimagined in a locavore version.

On the menu, from breakfast to dinner without having to skip lunch or brunch, quality products with sizzling flavors: O Petit Grain breads, handmade tacos in Paris, organic French meats to prepare meatballs in casseroles and smoked short ribs, vegetables and seasonal fruits to compose the plates of roasted butternut squash, snacked broccolini and cashew pesto… Of course, maddening desserts, from the spring fruit and ricotta bowl to the ultra-air classic cheesecake and the unmissable cookie with a melting center .

Change of scenery guaranteed.

The Cali sisters
17, rue Notre-Dame des Victoires, 75002 Paris
Monday to Friday from 8:30 a.m. to midnight
Saturday and Sunday from 9:30 a.m. to midnight

Accelerator boost

Salads at Wild & the moon

Do you think (still) that vegan cuisine will not meet your energy needs and will necessarily lack taste? Get ready to change your mind.

Wild & the Moon will recharge your batteries and make your taste buds tingle in no time. First of all, the atmosphere, halfway between an urban jungle and a New York loft, arouses curiosity. Then comes the demanding, rigorous choice of superfoods that make up the daily specials. If you were worried about coming out hungry because the recipes are gluten-free, lactose-free and developed according to naturopathic principles, think again. You will be totally satisfied and revitalized...

On the menu of this cuisine full of colors, textures and highly delectable flavors, avocado toast, Acai bowl, lentil salads, veggie balls, banana bread and chia pudding. At any time of the day, go for the chai latte with almond milk and maple syrup or the Kinder Shake with almond milk, honey, raw cocoa, vanilla and vegan ice cream, regressive, energizing and digestible specialties.

And if you (still) lack vitality, try their fresh juices Energy Bombs and Vitality Shots. Immediate boost effect.

Wild and the moon
55, rue Charlot, 75003 Paris
Tuesday to Friday from 8 p.m. to 19 p.m.
Saturday and Sunday from 9 p.m. to 19 a.m.
Tel: +01 86 95 40 44

(Anti) Blues

Desserts at Health inside

Do you want a regenerating “grinotage” break without feeling discouraged in front of the queue at the Marché des Enfants Rouges?

Take the queue skipper next door, at Health Inside where you won't have to wait before being treated to a 100% vegetarian plate inspired by healthy and delicious culinary traditions that range from Italy to Japan.

On the menu and in the kitchen, the fine team cooks each dish directly in an open kitchen where according to the menu of the day, plates of avocado toast, poached egg, butternut puree with spices, chestnuts and grilled vegetables, soups from day, chirachi with vinegared rice, soy and avocado omelette, black gnocchi and hazelnuts… Followed by sweets just as explosive as a fruit nage infused with verbena or a gluten-free strawberry cake velouté and matcha tea…

To quench your thirst without added sugar, fruit kefir, smoothies, cold-pressed juices and aguas frescas with lavender and blueberries.

Drink without moderation.

Health inside
30, rue Charlot, 75003 Paris
Tuesday to Sunday from 11 a.m. to 15 p.m.
Tel: +01 42 78 18 81

Bo-wl shot

Brunch at Season

Are you looking for the healthy Marais canteen where we meet to Instagram its gargantuan plates, created to make us love “superfood” or any other previously avoided vegan recipe? Stop by Season.

Its decor with its cleverly decrepit walls, its French-Lab-style white tile counters and its ultra-efficient service contribute to its success which can no longer be denied. It must be said that faced with the richness, softness, fondness and creaminess of all their dishes, no matter how gluten-free or lactose-free they may be, it is impossible to resist.

Proof, On the menu, we find of course the Açai bowl and the avocado toast of which they have become the specialists, followed by bobun veggie, burritos, caesar kale salad, raw dishes, kofta balls and pastrami sandwich, but also naan and Matcha Banana bowl.

For breakfast to devour without guilt, the “Banana Tartine” with gluten-free bread, almond puree with honey, bananas, raisins and fresh fruit. And don't forget to hydrate with one of their cold-pressed detox juices Juice It, coffee from Brûlerie de Belleville and “Tell me that I'm good” spring water.

Simply orgiastic.

Season Marais
1, Rue Charles-François Dupuis, 75003 Paris
Monday to Friday from 8:30 am to 16:30 pm
Saturday and Sunday from 8:30 a.m. to 18:30 p.m.
Tel: +01 42 71 52 97

Text: Sandrine Maggiani

09.06.21

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