Mangez bon, mangez bien, mangez BIO et sans gluten !

PATISSERIE bio et sans gluten
CREPERIE bio et sans gluten
TRAITEUR bio et sans gluten

Depuis 2010


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LE SAMEDI de 12H à 22H
il est conseillé de réserver au 01 42 93 45 58

Metro Saint Augustin ligne 9 ou Miromesnil ligne 13

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Informations for foreign guests:


Everything is gluten free and homemade.
Everything is organic except the ham and meat.
Our macarons are gluten free.
All our pastries are gluten free.
We also have some pastries gluten free and lactose free.

You can also have a gluten free lunch with our quiche du jour and
our speciality : the galettes bretonnes with buckwheat four.
Everyday fresh bake gluten free baguette bread to make sandwiches.

Open on Monday toFriday
From 12am to 6pm
on Saturday ONLY from 12am to 10pm
It's better to book 01 42 93 45 58

                                   Metro Saint Augustin line 9 or Metro Miromesnil line 13
                                                We are near from Saint Lazare train station,
                                the Grands magasins paris  and the Musée Jacquemart-André

Thanks to Zoe Bradley for this article in Maviefrancaise

Crowds flood in for Bio Sphère Café in Paris

March 12th, 2013. By Zoë Bradley

Z.Bradley 02/03/13The word ‘bio‘ is taking France by storm. But the fact that the Bio Sphère Café started out as a simply bio friendly restaurant and has now turned, almost, completely gluten free, says that sans gluten is definitely the flood that follows the storm.
The sun-filled parlour, with colourful wall decorations and old-fashioned striped straws poking out of the freshly made juice tonics, is a breath of fresh air in the greyness of Paris. Stepping in from the air heavy with car pollution, cigarette smoke and bitter espressos, entering Bio Sphère is like stepping into the country after a day in the city.
Z.Bradley 01/03/13Sylvie, the smiling host and owner of Bio Sphère, will welcome you with a menu overflowing with organic options and you’ll spend the next half hour just trying to decide which delectable dish you will try.
This dilemma is intensified if you are gluten intolerant, and accustomed to having only one item on the menu to choose from. The abundance of gluten free choice will catch you off guard, and force you to exercise the decision-making skills that have lain dormant in you for some time.
Sylvie is a strong believer in high quality, organic ingredients – for health and taste – and when she began her little café in 2010, high quality bio ingredients were her main concern.
But that same year, the only gluten free restaurant in Paris at the time closed its doors and Sylvie was suddenly inundated with requests for gluten free options. Her famed gallettes sarrasin (buckwheat crêpes) were highly successful, being naturally gluten free, but she started to wonder if there wasn’t more she could offer.
So, in an effort to please her clients, Sylvie began experimenting with different recipes, using her enthusiastic clientele as guinea pigs. Fast-forward to today, and Sylvie has triumphed with an impressive glass cabinet laden with an impressive array of gluten free patisseries.
Z.Bradley 02/03/13Not to mention the daily pizzas, crêpes and quiches that she has on offer – all gluten free. Sylvie has recently added to her list of achievements baguettes, which she now sells daily after finding out that once weekly just was not enough to cater for the adoring crowds. Be sure to order one the day before or you will miss out, they are that popular.
Perhaps the best aspect of Bio Sphère is the portion size. When you order a pizza for instance, your plate will be filled with the full circle of pizza, not just one measly slice.
And unlike so many gluten free bases, your Bio Sphère pizza will not go rock hard ten seconds after it is brought out, remaining soft, and crunchy in all the right places, right down to the last bite.
Z.Bradley 02/03/13Being a bio establishment, you will often find lactose and egg free items amongst the gluten free options on the menu. Everything is clearly labeled and the menu is served in English or French for those francophiles wanting to make an informed decision.
In case all that just was not enough to impress the beret off your head, Bio Sphère also offers macaron making classes, gluten free birthday cakes for order, and the famed galettes du roi and buches de Noël for those seasonally accustomed to sitting out the tradition.
Z.Bradley 02/03/13So head over to 47 rue de Laborde, in the 8th arrondissement, and catch the flood wave.
The café is open from Tuesday to Saturday, 12 – 6pm, offering plenty of time to try out a good section of the menu.


Thanks to Kristen for this article
September 25, 2012 · 9:54 am

Travel Spotlight: Bio Sphere Café a GF Destination a Patisserie Lover Can Enjoy

Prior to my first trip to Paris, I was given a warning about the city from friends and gluten-free bloggers alike: it’s very difficult to go gluten-free in Paris.
I thought that seemed preposterous. I have traveled all over the world being gluten-free and had even visited the French Alps before, and didn’t have much of a problem. But again, the warnings persisted. I was told in pastry land (AKA Paris) it was rare to find chefs and bakers who were able to hold the flour, or have any interest in using GF alternatives.
I did what any good technologically savvy journalist and social media goddess would do. I took to Twitter.
A follower of mine suggested I go to the Bio Sphere Café. He was an American living and traveling in Paris and told me of this gluten-free, organic café that had both savory and sweet treats that were not to be missed.
Gluten-free quiche and pizza
Gluten-free quiche and pizza
I reached out to the owner Sylvie Do, who welcomed the chance to meet with me and showcase some gluten-free pastries at her own restaurant that she launched two years ago. I brought my friend Jeanene along, who thankfully shared my enthusiasm for finding a gluten-free spot in Paris.
Truth be told, the day before I visited Bio Sphere, I had a bought of what I believe was food poisoning. I had sampled a traditional beef tar tare the night before and my stomach was not happy with the results. When I told this to Sylvie, she suggested I try one of her digestive juices, particularly one of her favorites that included apple, carrot and fennel.
When Sylvie first opened Bio Sphere, the menu was strictly organic, but she quickly heeded requests for a gluten-free menu. Today she now boasts a homemade gluten-free pizza crust she makes with tapioca, rice, corn, potato starch and guar gum. To complement the pizza, she served us a homemade quiche with tuna and tomatoes and some delicious buckwheat gallettes with ham, elemental cheese and a fried egg on top, for good measure.
Buckwheat gallette
Buckwheat gallette
While the average person would have stopped eating after that flourless feast, we soldiered on. Sylvie has a knack for making seasonal gluten-free baked goods like chocolate and regular éclairs, cheesecake with blueberry topping, lemon tart and caramel tiramisu. Beyond those goodies, she creates her own line of organic macarons.
G-Free eclair, blueberry cheescake, lemon tart
G-Free eclair, blueberry cheescake, lemon tart
If you’re so inclined, Sylvie teaches cooking classes on the ins and outs of the beloved French pastries including macarons and also offers homemade gluten-free bread once a week on Fridays.
While there are roughly 15,000 people in France suffering from gluten intolerance or Celiac disease, Sylvie is hoping to cater to all of those who are interested in eating healthy and organic.
Kristen aka Pasta so happy with her eclair
Kristen aka Pasta so happy with her eclair
If you find yourself in Paris, gluten-free or not, make sure Bio Sphere Café is a stop on your itinerary.

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