Maybe those of you who live here have seen somewhere Le Tricycle, the first Food Bike ever to spin in the streets of Paris and propose Fast “Good” Food, like vegetarian hotdogs and delicious veggie bowls. I haven’t yet but I have heard a lot about it. When I read that Le Tricycle has also opened up a take away restaurant in the 10th arrondissement, I was eager to see it and try its food. The vegetarian hot dogs have gluten, so not for me, but the veggie bowls with naturally gluten free whole rice were so tempting – just sneaking up some pictures from their instagram profile… – and now I can say that they were so worth the trip!

Coralie Jouhier and Daqui Gomis, co-founders of Le Tricycle and passionate of Street Food, have biked and biked the streets of Paris for a year before stopping at rue du Paradis. To me it was a real pleasure to meet them: they are both warm and welcoming and the food is really delicious. I have a thing or two for a good veggie bowl and theirs was so good! Basically Coralie and Daqui propose some classic food from Senegal, the country where both their families come from, with a modern twist and a vegetarian approach. That day my veggie bowl was a “Mafé”, made of whole rice, vegetables, eggplant, sweet potato, zucchini, peanuts sauce and “Gombo” served as a pickle. Gombo, as Coralie explains me, is a a fruit of a tropical plant that grows in Senegal. I also had the freshly pressed, daily juice and a lentil soup: they were both fresh and very good. I can’t but recommend this place.

pS the kitchen handles also gluten, I am celiac and I didn’t have any problem with it, only pleasure actually, but nobody knows our body better than ourselves so you know it better 😉

Le Tricycle

51, rue du Paradis
75010 Paris
11, rue des Petites Ecuries
75010 Paris



Opening hours

Mon – Fri (Paradis)
12 am – 3 pm
Lundi (petites-écuries)
12.00 – 18.00
Wed – Sat
12 am – 10.30 pm
12 am – 5 pm




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