With Emily in Paris trending on Netflix, we’re all putting Paris on our bucket lists! We already loved the show for the Parisian scenery but, if you haven’t caught it yet (spoiler alert!), Emily has a food allergy too which makes us love it even more. Inspired by this year’s hottest show, our guide includes all the best allergy-friendly spots to eat and devour some treats. We think Emily would approve!

EAT

1. Noglu: “Had dinner here one night and visited their bakery as well. The dinner menu is a bit limited but absolutely delicious! Highly recommend.” —@rwmha who manages Celiac

2. Jardin du Palais Royal: “This was my favorite restaurant in France! I called ahead of time to let them know about my allergies and once I got there they brought out special options for me so I didn’t have to miss out on any appetizers or desserts on the fixed menu!” —@avasato who manages a tree nut allergy

3. Semilla: “Accommodated my daughter’s food allergies and made menu adjustments.” —@scm who manages peanut, tree nut, and seed allergies

4. Les Patios: “We went here twice while in Paris. Both waiters spoke at least some English and were versed on allergy protocols.” —@splitsurround who manages tree nut, egg, fish, and pea allergies

5. Coutume Café: “The menu lists allergens. I was ok with their quinoa bowl since I don’t have a dairy allergy.” —@smmoline who manages tree nut, egg, shellfish, wheat, sesame, avocado, fruits, and corn allergies

6. Café Latin: “Very helpful menus that list all ingredients in English and French!” —@awissink who manages peanut, shellfish, sesame, and fruit allergies

7. La Brasserie de L’Isle Saint-Louis: “…while visiting Paris for the holiday break I got several hot chocolates from La Brasserie de L’Isle Saint Louis.” —@ccwa2 who manages peanut, tree nut, egg, fish, and shellfish allergies

8. L Entrecote Paris: “This place is awesome! It only serves salad and then steak and french fries…that’s it!” —@allergytravelr who manages peanut, tree nut, milk, soy, shellfish, wheat, fruits, grains, MSG, and guar gums allergies, and Celiac

9. Le Consulat Restaurant: “French fries are fried in sunflower oil. The waitstaff were attentive to our cross-contamination concerns, limited nuts on the menu.” —@marcar411 who manages tree nut allergies

10. Café di Roma: “They had absolutely no nuts on their menu and were able to accommodate without an issue.” —@girlbehindhive who manages peanut, tree nut, soy, shellfish, sesame, mustard, fruits, chicken, and legumes allergies, and Celiac

11. Corso Kléber: “Detailed allergen menu which permitted our ANA PN allergy twins to identify peanuts and lupin in the menu. We highly recommend this restaurant.” —@djconstazo who manages a peanut allergy

12. 5 Lorette: “The best place to eat in Paris with allergy.” —@nicolassch who manages peanut, tree nut, and fish allergies

13. Au Pied de Cochon: “Restaurant uses sunflower oil instead of peanut oil. Staff was attentive and helpful, showing understanding of our concern for cross-contamination.” —@marcar411 who manages tree nut allergies

14. Chez Georges: “One of my favorite meals in Paris. The restaurant made my allergies a priority.” —@jbass12 who manages peanut, tree nut, and shellfish allergies

15. Le Café Marly: “My favorite meal on vacation! They were able to make me plain chicken and rice. Knowing the food is definitely safe makes it that much more delicious!” —@girlbehindhive who manages peanut, tree nut, soy, shellfish, sesame, mustard, fruits, chicken, and legumes allergies, and Celiac

16. Le Poulbot: “This place is so cute! I’ve eaten here at least five times!”  —@allergygirleats who manages peanut, tree nut, soy, shellfish, and seeds allergies

17. Tasca: “Tasca is my favorite restaurant in Paris! I ate there two nights in a row. Their entire restaurant is gluten-free and delicious!” —@passportmemoirs who manages tree nut, seeds, vegetables, and fruits allergies, and Celiac

18. L’Ecaille de la Mascotte: “This is a classic French brasserie located in Montmartre. Our daughter had steak and frites and they were very accommodating. They had English menus that were helpful!” —@susie who manages peanut and tree nut allergies

19. Jules Verne: “I was extremely pleased with how seriously they took allergies at this restaurant. I called up beforehand and reminded the waiter of my allergies and they allowed me to order something safe – a filet mignon and greens – and still found a way to create a beautiful and delicious plate. The experience of eating on the Eiffel Tower alone is so worth it!!” —@gfnutfreemama who manages tree nut allergies

20. Cafe de la Paix: “Had the best filet de sole and mashed potatoes that I’ve ever had in my life. Was decadent and utterly delicious. Called up the restaurant before and then reminded them as I arrived. They took it seriously and I felt comfortable eating there.” —@gfnutfreemama who manages tree nut allergies

TREATS 

1. Noglu: “Sweets and breads were great. My son was finally able to taste a chocolate tart, brioche, and much more. Fine French pastries without the gluten.” —@rwmha who manages Celiac

2. Chambelland: “Delicious gluten-free breads—the best in Paris!” —@phoebelapine who manages Celiac

3. Berthillon: “The best ice cream in Paris and no peanuts used in any flavors.” —@ami532 who manages a peanut allergy

4. Crêperie de St. Malo: “The restaurant is family-owned and the menu lists the ingredients in both English and French! They will gladly make accommodations for allergies and are so kindhearted and friendly.” —@awissink who manages peanut, shellfish, sesame, and fruits allergies

5. Helmut Newcake: “I talked to the lady behind the counter, handed her my French allergy card, and she checked every pastry they had!” —@thezestyeel who manages peanut, tree nut, wheat, gluten, sesame, grains, and legumes allergies

 

This post originally appeared on Spokin.