Koko Green is a very small restaurant specialising in only vegetarian and raw food. The menu changes weekly and they offer great vegan or gluten-free cakes, drinks and desserts. Check out their Facebook page for daily menu options and any changes.
Vegan Gorilla is a small non-gluten, organic, vegetarian cafe run by an American expat. It offers a great menu delivered to canteen-style table seating or there’s a little lounge you can sit in, with seats made from old packing crates. A friendly vibe.
Badaboum is a great juice bar and cafe, that serves fresh salads and sandwiches, home-made hummus and other delicious, healthy snacks. It is run by a company called BeJuice. It also holds poetry jams and supper clubs.
This cute little place, Paper Plane, serves 100% vegetarian meals with most of them also vegan (they do serve a little bit of goat’s cheese). They don’t use any cow products – milk, butter or yoghurt – and find alternatives instead.
So Green is a salad and juice bar near the station in Nice. You choose the base of salad that you want – lettuce, pasta, etc. – and then the sauce and extras. They also have about two different soups each day. Healthy fast food in a beautiful and central location.
Oliviera is a specialist in olive oils (it sells them in store) and also serves rustic dishes celebrating Mediterranean cuisine. People love this place. Whilst not technically a vegetarian restaurant it always has vegetarian, vegan and gluten-free options.
People love the artsy Séjour Café in the centre of Nice. It’s not a vegetarian restaurant but it always has vegetarian options available. It specialises in pasta and fish courses so better for gluten-eaters who like fish, rather than non-gluten vegans.