Paris is a wonderful city for the eyes, but it may be a nightmare for your body if you don't know where to find "real food". In France, even the salt on 90% of the tables will look as beautiful as the Eiffel tower! But this salt routinely contains whitening agents and anti-agglomerants, and your body will pay the price for this artificial beauty. Fortunately there are some places in Paris where you can still be served fresh natural food with "real" salt and sometimes even with an "organically grown French smile". Vegetarian Paris 2008 provides a wealth of information for travelers to Paris who want to enjoy the City of Light without jeopardizing their health. We hope Vegetarian Paris 2008 will help many travelers maintain their healthy diets and have a better time in Paris. Bon voyage and bon appétit! Contents of Vegetarian Paris 2008: In the first chapter, "Restaurants", you will find addresses, telephone numbers, business hours and closest metro stations of Parisian restaurants. Also included are brief examples of meals proposed and price, the percentage of organically grown products used in the preparation of meals, the kind of restaurant (vegetarian, vegan, macrobiotic, vegetarian friendly) and website addresses, when available. You will also find pictures of the restaurants listed. The second chapter lists organic and non-organic juice bars and soup bars and quality vegetarian (or vegetarian friendly) snack bars. Included are the names, addresses, business hours, phone numbers, and closest metro stations, as well as examples of meals/juices/soups proposed with their prices and organic ingredients used. The third chapter lists organic food shops with their names, addresses, business hours and phone numbers. When available, the number of seats for eating-in and websites are given. In the fourth chapter you will find listed the artesian wells still open to the public. Here you can get pure spring water for free, and chat with French people. In the fifth and sixth chapters, you will find lists of the main organic bakeries in Paris and information about organic food open markets. At the end of the book is an English-French food dictionary to help you get what you really want.