The best Thai in Paris goes vegan

 Thai and vegan restaurant, interior and salad restaurant dish with spring rolls

Considered as “the” Thai cantina of reference in Paris, the flagship Kapunka is inaugurating its first 100% vegan address in the Sentier: Kapunka Vegan. A lovely vegetized pocket dining room with wooden tables and stools. A great pretext to go green.

A great moral booster

You worried to come out hungry? Not at all the case. With their highly comforting soues and pimped curries, Kapunka Vegan can satisfy a great many appetites.

 Thom Kha soup with vegetables, coconut milk, galangal, lemongrass and bergamot and salad of papaya from Asian restaurant Kapunka Vegan

Amongst the dishes à la carte, one finds the must-haves of the group in a special version devoid of any animal trace, such as the spring rolls (€9) ou the papaya salad (€9). Other recipes were developed for the address, concerned with satisfying the nutritional needs of vegans.

Here you can enjoy a wild Thom Kha soup with vegetables, coconut milke, galanga, lemon grass and bergamot (€12), the very popular Mikati (red curry, rice noodles, coconut, peanuts and coriandre, €12) and a refreshing smoothie bowl with mango, red fruit and muesli (€8). For choco-addicts, the no-gluten banana cake is really quite good (€9).

Vegan all along the line

Same philosophy in the cellar with a selection of vegan bottles: Pinot Noir (€7), Chardonnay (€24 per bottle).

Open Tuesday to Saturday, lunch and dinner.

Also check out spring rolls delivered at home and the veggie cantina M la vie.

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Where to find it?

Kapunka Vegan

4, rue de Damiette

75002 Paris

01 42 33 78 99

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