This coffee shop has a few branches all over the city and is probably the most recognisable vegan and vegetarian café in Marseille. They have a selection of salads and sandwiches as well as desserts, all of which are a mixture of gluten-free, vegan or vegetarian. They also have wifi and the service is friendly. It’s closed at weekends.
The Ecomotive is an organic cafe/coworking space that’s been open for the past four years. It’s just opposite the steps at the foot of the St Charles train station. Unlike a lot of cafés in Marseille, it has long opening hours and is open every day. They have vegan and vegetarian soups, sandwiches and lovely desserts.
Located near the Avenue du Prado, Le Balagan is a little soup and salad restaurant that opens just for lunch. The tarts and cakes that they make are often vegan and always gluten-free. Everything is home-made and people love it. It’s closed at the weekends.
Located on the stylish and hip Cours Julien, is the popular Le Cours en Vert. It’s a casual place, where the service is friendly. It used to serve fish but it doesn’t anymore and is now fully vegetarian and vegan. It’s a great place to watch the world go by and wander the back alleys of the edgy neighbourhood afterwards.