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I haven't been to any of these, just planning for a future trip, but these are all supposed to be gluten free. Most have Facebook pages in addition to websites - sometimes the weekly menu is on the Facebook page.

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My wife and I took a trip to Paris 3 or 4 years ago and found it quite difficult. The language barrier was a problem at times. I forgot my card that I was going to take with me to show waiters at the restaurant that explained my gluten free needs in French. It was difficult at times to get them to understand what gluten free was. Some thought I was asking for free food. London was much easier. Maybe things have gotten better since I was there. I would suggest getting the flash cards in different languages that explains your gluten free needs if you don't speak french.

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Thank you all for being so helpful. I had a great time during my trip. The places that I tried were the following:

- Helmut NewCake - Delicious pastries and brunch. BEST gluten free eclairs. You will find classic french pastries here.

- Noglu - A must try for both lunch and dinner.

- Thank you my deer - Delicious sandwiches and muffins.

- Pierre Sang - Not a gluten free restaurant but they understood my issue and were very helpful (I brought a celiac card and they spoke English)

- Eric Kayser - They are not gluten free but have gluten free bread. At the time I went it was made in a separate area and double packaged to protect against cross contamination.

- Biosphere Cafe - Buckwheat crepes and gluten free pastries.

Additionally I stayed at the Grand Hotel du Palais Royal and they had gluten free croissants for breakfast. They buy them frozen and after I asked them to heat them up separately and avoid cross contamination I had no issues.

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