Hidden down one of the foodiest covered passageways in Paris—the Passage des Panoramas—this tiny restaurant is where gluten-intolerant people bring their friends, quite simply because the home-cooked gluten-free food is so tasty you don’t have to have a food allergy to appreciate it. Dishes might include cod with lentils, vegetable lasagna, and warm chocolate cake. Though not vegetarian per se, Noglu always has meat- and fish-free dishes on the menu. If you’re in a hurry, the takeout section (just opposite) is a handy address to have up your sleeve, and doubles as a tiny cafe—the perfect spot for afternoon coffee and cake. There’s now another address on the Left Bank (69 rue de Grenelle, 7th arrond.).