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Reviewed by Dan on
Good quality crepes and friendly service. Highly recommended!
Reviewed by Jen on
Charles was very welcoming and understood gluten free. One of the few places I felt safe eating in Paris. I enjoyed a lovely dinner gallette and a Nutella one for dessert. Thanks for putting this on your blog!
Reviewed by Teresa on
Just returned from Paris. Unfortunately I did not get the opportunity to try this restaurant because they are closed on the weekend, which I found to be very odd. The hours listed on the door were Mon.-Fri. 11:30 am-3:00 pm & 7:00 pm -10:00 pm.
Reviewed by Melissa on
I have read that there are many places in Paris where you can request buckwheat crepes (without gluten flour added) - however I've been wondering if anyone has had issues with cross-contamination from the cooking surface?
Reviewed by Shannon on
Delicious crepes just a few steps from la tour Eiffel and you are welcomed into this cozy cafe for a delicious gluten free meal. Owner was so helpful with everything and great with our children as well. He chose our dessert crepe with pears vanilla ice cream and chantilly- amazing! Best vanilla ice cream "Creme de beurre"! Will definitely return!
Reviewed by Shannon on
He uses a separate cooking surface! I am usually sensitive to cross-contamination in the US but have had no issues in Paris. I've heard the gluten is different?? Many gluten intolerant can still eat gluten in France. Obviously if you have celiac, I would not advise and luckily you still have many choices!

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Aux Ducs de Bourgogne

Aux Ducs de Bourgogne 

30 Rue Bourgogne 75007

01 45 51 32 48

Near to the Musee' de Army and Napoleon's tomb. Gluten free galettes made with buckwheat flour. Let them know you need GF or else they put some of the gluten crepe batter in. They will also make dessert galettes that are gluten free.

Average Rating:

::Comment

Reviewed by Dan on
Good quality crepes and friendly service. Highly recommended!
Reviewed by Jen on
Charles was very welcoming and understood gluten free. One of the few places I felt safe eating in Paris. I enjoyed a lovely dinner gallette and a Nutella one for dessert. Thanks for putting this on your blog!
Reviewed by Teresa on
Just returned from Paris. Unfortunately I did not get the opportunity to try this restaurant because they are closed on the weekend, which I found to be very odd. The hours listed on the door were Mon.-Fri. 11:30 am-3:00 pm & 7:00 pm -10:00 pm.
Reviewed by Melissa on
I have read that there are many places in Paris where you can request buckwheat crepes (without gluten flour added) - however I've been wondering if anyone has had issues with cross-contamination from the cooking surface?
Reviewed by Shannon on
Delicious crepes just a few steps from la tour Eiffel and you are welcomed into this cozy cafe for a delicious gluten free meal. Owner was so helpful with everything and great with our children as well. He chose our dessert crepe with pears vanilla ice cream and chantilly- amazing! Best vanilla ice cream "Creme de beurre"! Will definitely return!
Reviewed by Shannon on
He uses a separate cooking surface! I am usually sensitive to cross-contamination in the US but have had no issues in Paris. I've heard the gluten is different?? Many gluten intolerant can still eat gluten in France. Obviously if you have celiac, I would not advise and luckily you still have many choices!

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