Reviewed by Ruman
The 1st of February 2018. The day Zohra could finally eat meat following her participation in Veganuary. Coincidentally, the 1st of February was also the first day of our trip to Paris. As we drew up an itinerary for our meticulously planned trip we came to a realisation – Zohra’s first lunch post-veganuary was going to be….at a vegan restaurant!
Luckily, there were plenty of meat-filled meals in our trip to make up for the fact that Zohra had to have a vegan meal beyond January (I know I make it sound like a chore, but she does actually enjoy plant-based food). We arrived in Paris, dropped off our luggage in our hotel and walked down to Le Tricycle – one of Paris’ best vegan spots. The storefront doesn’t have a name above it so it’s easy to miss especially when there are people queuing outside.
The menu was written on a large chalkboard on the wall downstairs. Zohra ordered the vegan bowl (€10) which was a large bowl consisting of mushrooms, broccoli, pickled cucumber, seaweed, onion., squash and rice. Zohra thought it was a pretty good bowl in comparison to what you can get in London. She appreciated the variety of ingredients in the bowl. I found the bowl quite tangy because of the rice vinegar but Zohra seemed to appreciate that.
I ordered the ‘Dogtor Dre’ which was a ‘hot dog’ topped with guacamole, fried onions and coriander. The sausage itself was quite smoky and the bread had been toasted which I appreciated. I did notice that without the guacamole it was quite dry but with its addition there was plenty of flavour. The one thing I didn’t like was that the hot dog was served on a thin tissue. As I was eating the hot dog, the guacamole would fall onto the tissue which then soaked into the tissue and mixed with it meaning I couldn’t pick it up with a spoon and add it back to the hot dog.
Halal Status: All food served is halal as Le Tricycle is a fully vegan restaurant. No meat is served.
Address: 51 Rue de Paradis, 75010 Paris, France
Nearest stations: Poissonnière
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Halal Gems › The best cheap eats in Paris
April 20, 2018 at 10:33 am
[…] Le Tricycle is known as one of the best vegan spots in Paris. Serving bowls full of goodness as well as ‘hot dogs’ the food here is filling and not too expensive. The hot dogs are priced at €5 and you can choose from the ‘Nate Dog’, ‘Snoop Dog’, ‘Dogtor Dre’ or ‘Banh Mi Dog’. Read our review here. […]
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