I think all my vegan and vegetarian blogger and Instagram babes can relate: you're planning a trip, and the first thought that pops into your head is 'where can I find the cutest Instagram hotspots that are vegan/veggie here?'... Although sites like TripAdvisor or HappyCow etc. can help, but they tell you nothing about the Instagrammability (lol I think I just made that word up) of the places you're thinking of visiting. That's why I wanted to do an Vegan & Vegetarian Hotspot Guide to Paris, because who doesn't want to take the perfect pictures in the cutest food hotspots there? So if you want to know where I took all my pictures on Instagram during my trip to Paris, keep reading (and the food of these places was also bomb.com, so this guide is also perfect for all my non-influencer babes!).
First of all, how cute is this suitcase from Suit Suit? I was looking for a new suitcase for a while now, but I wanted it to be very cute as well. When I saw this Suit Suit suitcase (say that fast, haha), I immediately fell in love. It's honestly the prettiest suitcase I've ever seen and it's definitely really Instagram proof... I got it through Bagage Online here (great service btw) and they sell it in different sizes and colors as well.
"Discover the experience of an epicurean vegetarian restaurant. The alliance of healthy and gourmet cuisine with Italian touches in the 6th arrondissement of Paris."
Usually people save the best for last, but not this time: Sense Eat was definitely my favorite hotspot I've visited in Paris. Honestly, I can even say that this was one of the best restaurants I've EVER had the pleasure to eat at. Sense Eat is a vegetarian Italian restaurant. Yup, you read that right: all delicious Italian food, with no meat or fish! Every dish I (and my mom) ordered was delicious, and I wished I could have eaten there one more time during my stay in Paris... Oh well, now I have an excuse to visit Paris again! ;) I recommend going here early (around 7), because then you'll have the whole restaurant for yourself to make pretty Insta pictures!
You can find more info about Sense Eat here.
Address: Sense Eat, 39 rue Mazarine, Paris.
"Come enjoy freshly brewed coffee from Café Kitsuné indépendant brazilian ground."
I feel like Café Kitsuné is one of the most popular Parisian coffee places on Instagram. Why? Well, because they have the prettiest coffee cups you will ever see, I promise you. Yes, I even took a spare one with me, so I can still use it as a prop for my photos in Groningen, haha! Their moccachino is also too die for, would definitely recommend!
You can find more info about Café Kitsuné here.
Address: Café Kitsuné, 51 Galerie de Montpensier, Paris.
"Avocado toast and acai smoothie bowls."
If you are a die hard Instagram babe, you can't miss out on this hotspot: it has the perfect avocado toast and acai smoothie bowls you will need for your feed. They have marble tables as well (!), but unfortunately the upstairs was closed, so I couldn't make any photos. I also felt like the staff wasn't that friendly as well. So although I do recommend the food and the area, it wasn't the best experience I had.
You can find more info about Season Paris here.
Address: Season Paris, 1 rue Dupuis, Paris.
"The perfect hotspot for all my food bloggers that want to try out something vegan, raw, gluten-free and different."
This place is perfect for anybody with a more eclectic feed. Sol Semilla has raw, gluten-free and vegan food + a little shop where they sell healthy supplements, such as Spirulina. It's a rather different place, but the atmosphere and staff is great. I had to get used to the taste of the food at first, but after the second bite I actually really enjoyed the more 'healthy taste'. A great hotspot for my babes that actually care about what goes into their bodies, so I would highly recommend it!
You can find more info about Sol Semilla here.
Address: Sol Semilla, 23 Rue des Vinaigriers Paris.
"A concept store with interior, food and the cutest dog ever."
Maison Sibille is a brand new hotspot, that opened her doors quite recently just behind the Avenue des Champs-Élysées. It's a concept store that combines Swedish and Peruvian interior with all types of food (think of cakes, banana bread but also tacos). If you have more of a colorful feed, this hotspot is perfect for you. It contains lots of cute wallpapers and home accessories, so you will definitely find that perfect spot for your Insta pic!
You can find more info about Maison Sibille here.
Address: Maison Sibille, 4 Rue Arsène Houssaye, Paris.
"Veggie burgers, freshly made lemonade and milkshakes with a Parisian atmosphere."
Last, but not least is the restaurant called H.A.N.D. It's located right next the last hotel I've stayed in (yes, I will talk about the other two hotels I've been staying in, in 2 different separate blogposts very soon!) and it has a Parisian atmosphere while serving more American inspired food. Think of (veggie) burgers, fresh lemonade and tons of different milkshakes. Definitely a must visit for all my food-loving Instagrammers.
You can find more info about H.A.N.D here.
Address: H.A.N.D, 39 Rue de Richelieu, Paris.
Of course I also had to vlog my whole trip to Paris. If you want to see all these hotspots in action, this video is perfect to watch. Honestly, I'm so happy how this vlog turned out after editing it for hours straight. It's quite different than my usual vlogs, but that's why I love it; it's definitely the new direction I'm taking my channel towards. If you haven't checked it out yet, I highly recommend that you do, it's a must watch. ;) Also, it would mean so much to me if you would like and subscribe to my Youtube channel here. Thanks so much!
HAVE YOU EVER BEEN TO PARIS?