Are you interested in visiting the city of lights, but want to do so responsibly and with sustainability in mind? If so, then you’ve come to the right place! Ches SANNA, sustainability is at the center of what we do, so we have spent the time taking the right addresses and must-see attractions to fill your time and warm up your heart with.
WHERE TO EAT ?
Le Potager de Charlotte – 12 Rue Louise-Émilie de la Tour d’Auvergne, 75009 Paris
Le Potager de Charlotte is a vegan restaurant run by brothers David and Adrien, passionate about veganism and its virtues. They have two locations, one in the 9th and the other in the 17th arrondissement of Paris. You will find creative dishes made with fresh, local and organic ingredients.
Yuman – 70 Rue du Chevaleret, 75013 Paris
Yuman is a contemporary restaurant located in the 13th arrondissement of Paris, which offers cuisine based solely on organic and local products. On the menu, you will find beet and apple soup, oyster mushroom risotto, chocolate mousse with cardamom and freshly squeezed fruit juice. At Yuman, all taste buds will be seduced, as there is something for everyone: vegetarians and non-vegetarians, gluten-free or gluten-full, all respectful of the planet. The water is filtered, the decoration is made from recycled furniture and deliveries are made by bicycle.
HéDONIE – 6 Rue de Mézières, 75006 Paris
If you find yourself missing a home-cooked meal, head over to HéDONIE, where you will find more than 4000 quality products, selected for their authenticity but also their traceability. Located in the 6th arrondissement of Paris, this store has become an essential place to find all your organic products in the capital. You will undoubtedly find happiness here.
Wild in the moon – 3 eme 25 rue des Gravilliers
Wild & The Moon is a vegan, gluten-free restaurant that offers you local, seasonal and organic ingredients, with a menu of juices, coffees, baked goods, and lunch items. All ingredients are as clean as possible and without refined sugars, additives, preservatives, GMOs, gluten or dairy. All Wild & The Moon products are homemade on a daily basis.
Sucre-coeur – 12 Rue Manuel, 75009 Paris
Sucre-coeur is a small patisserie boutique that showcases it’s kitchen laboratory where the homemade delicacies are made on a daily basis. You will find incredible cakes and cookies that are vegan and gluten-free.
Phuket Im Vegan – 23 rue de la Chapelle 75018 Paris
This restaurant recreates Thai specialities as vegan versions. The food is rich, and you definitely will not be left hungry. A great bang for your buck!
Rose bakery – 46 rue des Martyrs 75009 Paris
Rose Bakery is the story of a couple, Rose and Jean-Charles Carrarini, who opened a tea room where Rose revisits English classics such as carrot cake, scones and puddings with a more floral and fruity touch. You can find vegan anf gluten-free options.
WHERE TO SLEEP ?
HOY – 68 Rue des Martyrs, 75009 Paris
Hoy is a yoga-oriented hotel designed to be a haven from the hustle and bustle of Paris. Each room is equipped with natural air purifiers, dance bars for easy stretching, and a yoga mat. In addition, you will also find a wellness room, specially designed to meet your energetic and osteopathic needs. The hotel’s restaurant, run by Sabrina Goldin and Stéphane Abby, offers a vegan menu with an Argentinean flavour from breakfast to dinner, all created with the help of Lauren Lovatt and Carolina Rodriguez, founders of the Plant Academy in London.
Le Citizen Hotel – 96 Quai de Jemmapes, 75010 Paris
Le Citizen Hotel is a design hotel located on the bank of the Canal Saint-Martin. This 12-room hotel practices recycling, with a zero paper policy, water conservation and energy saving measures, and all their purchases are made exclusively from local merchants.
The hoxton – 30-32 Rue du Sentier, 75002 Paris
The Hoxton Paris is a hotel concept inspired by the diversity and originality of the streets and scenes of life that surround us. It distinguishes itself by its location, situated on Rue Sentier, a quiet street in the 2nd arrondissement of Paris and close to the Marais and the Louvre. Enjoy this stay in the heart of Paris.
WHAT TO DO?
BelleVie Farm – Route de Villeneuve, 77700 Bailly-Romainvilliers
If you have time, get out of the city to visit BelleVie Farm, located 30 minutes from Paris. The objective is to give you an insight into life on the farm. You will be able to observe how the milk we drink is made, how to grow your vegetables and fruits, and how to make honey. A day you will certainly remember!
A boat trip – Bois de Boulogne 75016 Paris
Lake Daumesnil – Bois De Vincennes, Paris 75012
Canal De L’ourcq, Rive Droite, Pantin 93500
As an ideal and non-polluting activity to discover Paris, we suggest a ride in an electric boat on the waters of the Ourcq canal. You will also find paddle boats to rent at the Daumesnil lake or in Bois de Boulogne. A superb afternoon on the water is always a good idea!
La REcyclerie – 83 Boulevard Ornano, 75018 Paris
La REcyclerie is an eclectic cultural center located in the 18th district of Paris, which aims to promote sustainable development in a fun way. You will find workshops to learn how to recycle and to upcycle, thanks to a range of available tools. Cooking and gardening workshops are also offered and as a bonus the place also hosts a series of thought-provoking debates and conferences where people can gather and discuss hot topics related to sustainability and the environment.
Green City Tour – 7 Boulevard du Temple – 75003 Paris
Visit the city of lights as you’ve never seen it before through the Green City, Danila, the organizer who proposes you to meet Parisian artisans who will talk about circular economy, short circuit, zero waste. Sustainable and local shopping will have no more secrets for you.
La Textilerie – 22 rue du Château Landon – 75010 Paris
Near the canal Saint-Martin in the 10th district, you will find La Textilerie. There, all fabrics are rigorously selected and made of GOTS certified organic cotton, which ensures socially responsible and environmentally friendly production processes. Clothes are also collected to be used for sewing classes or given to French associations.
Le centre element – 7 Rue des Guillemites, Paris 75004
The centre element is an address dedicated to well-being and relaxation. Located in the heart of the Marais, it aims to bring together scientific knowledge of the human body and a spiritual approach. Take a yoga class or enjoy a breathwork session to reboot you during your stay.
Snake & Twist – 53 rue Rodier, 75009 Paris
Snake & Twist is a Pilates, Yoga and Lagree Fitness studio founded by Marcia Segal. They have tow locations, one in the 9th arrondissement and the other in the 16th arrondissement of Paris. Snake & Twist introduces you to the intensive training method of fitness guru Sebastien Lagree in PARIS.
Herboristerie Pigault Aublanc – 30 Rue Pasquier, 75008 Paris
Since 1920, Herboristerie Pigault-Aublanc has been offering natural solutions based on medicinal plants for your health and well-being. You will discover a selection of products that are good for your health such as food supplements, trace elements, natural cosmetics and gemmotherapy.
We hope you enjoy your stay in Paris, and make sure to come visit our showroom at 9 rue Milton to say hi! 🙂