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Organic restaurants

20 locations committed to “eating well”

If you are looking for dishes made with organic, local and seasonal products, Rennes has no shortage of good options. Here is a small list of Rennes restaurants that, for the most part, prioritise products from organic agriculture.

  • L’AlgoRythme. A tapas restaurant/bar offering dishes that are always homemade and are predominantly made from organic, seasonal products that are from short food supply chains. It also has a selection of natural and biodynamic wines, unique cocktails and regional fruit juices. 10 rue d’Argentré, tél. 09 51 55 96 93.

  • Bercail / Pénates. A combined restaurant and wine bar where Sibylle Sellam and Grégoire Foucher meticulously select local products, partly from their personal harvest. Boasts a large choice of wines from producers using organic and biodynamic methods. Two locations: 33 rue Saint-Melaine (Bercail), phone: +33 (0)2 99 87 50 25 and 17 rue Paul Bert (Pénates), phone: +33 (0)2 99 36 97 55

  • BioCrêp’. A crêperie inside La Criée Marché Central market, specialising in galettes and crêpes (FR-BIO-10 organic certification) made using products from organic, environmentally responsible and local agriculture. Takeaway only. Les Halles Centrales, 34 rue de Nemours. +33 (0)6 61 56 46 66,

  • BioTyFood. Healthy dishes (with gluten-free and vegetarian options) made with products sourced from organic and sustainable agriculture. Patrons can sit in or take away on the ground floor of the Whoorks building in the EuroRennes business district, just next to the station. 28 boulevard du Colombier.

  • Les Clandestines. A tea house with dishes and desserts to take away, breakfast and brunch – all homemade and organic. This is a small corner café that makes it a point of honour to serve organic dishes with a smile. 36 rue de Paris, phone: +33 (0)9 50 99 72 43

  • Le Coucou Rennais. An organic and local restaurant that is the perfect place to try homemade and vegan burgers, farm products, farm poultry and more. They have more than 15 years of expertise with delicious vegetarian and vegan specialties mixed with Lebanese flavours, such as its famous falafel. 20 rue d’Antrain, phone: +33 (0)9 73 14 88 72,

  • Crêperie Paysanne.On Place Sainte-Anne, just opposite the Couvent des Jacobins, find the Breton specialty of galettes and crêpes made from farm-sourced and organic products. 6 Place Sainte-Anne, phone: +33 (0)2 99 79 01 43

  • L’Enchanté. A tea house and restaurant selling primarily vegetarian dishes (with vegan and gluten-free alternatives) that are homemade with, for the most part, organic and, in particular, seasonal and local products. Offers a large choice of organic teas. 2 rue Saint-Melaine, phone: +33 (0)2 99 38 71 61,

  • La Fabrique Saint-Georges. A crêperie-brasserie. Located right next to the Parlement de Bretagne. La Fabrique is a signatory of the eco-responsible charter and gets its supplies from local and organic suppliers whose teams are also committed to reducing waste and reducing energy consumption. 4 rue Saint-Georges, phone: +33 (0)2 99 77 29 18,

  • Good Good. A vegetarian/vegan restaurant that has dine-in and takeaway options for its dishes made from local and/or organic products (with gluten-free options), accompanied by beers, ciders and organic or natural wines. 17 boulevard de Beaumont, phone: +33 (0)9 81 89 33 80.

  • Les Invisibles. Les Invisibles is a sustainable café-canteen for lunch, a snack or brunch, either to sit in or take away (with the food in a container), that works with organic and local farmers and suppliers and supports solidarity associations as part of the pay-it-forward and free breakfast movements in Rennes. The canteen is also committed to a zero-waste approach. 2 rue Jules Simon. Phone: +33 (0)9 81 72 76 60,

Cidre du marché des Lices
Marché des Lices . Mars 2021.
  • Ker Soazig. Located opposite Champs Libres, Ker Soazig crêperie offers crêpes and galettes made with organic flour in an authentic setting. The side dishes are also certified organic for over half of the products. 5 cours des Alliés, phone: +33 (0)2 99 35 82 20,

  • Origines. The bistro-microbrasserie at Hôtel-Dieu provides an ethical food service by getting its supply directly from producers in a 30 km radius around Rennes and by pooling purchases with other restaurant owners for seafood products. It is “healthy and local” bistro cooking that mainly uses seasonal ingredients sourced from organic or sustainable agriculture. 2 rue de l’Hôtel-Dieu, phone: +33 (0)6 69 01 15 84,

  • Petite Nature. This canteen is 100% vegetarian and its products largely come from organic agriculture and the majority of dishes and desserts are gluten-free. Petite Nature prioritises local and seasonal products to offer dishes and drinks that can be enjoyed sitting in, as a takeaway or with click and collect. 1 Place de la Rotonde, phone: +33 (0)2 57 21 29 07,

  • La Petite Ourse. An “organic, local and seasonal” restaurant that was awarded a Bib Gourmand by the Michelin Guide in 2021 and has not been empty since it opened. When creating the menu, Charlotte and Germain choose from local ingredients that are often organic and always seasonal. 48 boulevard de Liberté, phone: +33 (0)9 52 84 33 61,

  • Pique-Prune snack. The Biocoop restaurant with a snacking-style menu offers a range of fast food that is 100% organic and vegetarian with products that are local, seasonal or fair trade, with sit-in and takeaway (in a reusable container) options. 7 place Thérèse Pierre (Jacques Quartier), phone: +33 (0)2 21 65 00 39. In addition toPique-Prune in the city centre, you can also find an organic and vegetarian restaurant in Biocoops in Cleunay, Cesson-Sévigné and Saint-Grégoire.

  • Pizza Bio. Takeaway service for homemade pizzas (kneaded dough made with organic, natural yeast flour from Moulin d’Éperon mill in Nouvoitou), fresh and seasonal ingredients sourced from organic farms, organic olive oil, homemade side dishes, sauces and preserved vegetables. Two locations: 244 rue de Nantes (opposite AzurBio), phone: +33 (0)2 90 89 34 27 and 133 avenue Général Leclerc (opposite Biocoop), phone: +33 (0)2 21 07 83 90,

  • Stoïque. A vegan, organic and local restaurant with sit-in and takeaway options with balanced dishes that are brightened up with sprouted seeds and pickled vegetables. Wide choice of local artisanal beers and kombucha. 13 rue d’Antrain, phone: +33 (0)9 52 38 11 13,

  • Symbiozh. A unique café-concept store for a break surrounded by greenery facing the conference centre, with vegetarian, organic and local cuisine, brunch that is 100% vegan and indoor plants on sale. 6 rue Saint-Malo, phone: +33 (0)2 21 68 63 05,

  • La Tonnelle à vins. A restaurant and wine cellar, with supplies for the bistro menu sourced directly from organic and local producers and market gardeners using short food supply chains. La Tonnelle à vins also offers dishes to take away and seasonal hampers with organic vegetables and organic bread. Natural wines from small winegrowers, organic and biodynamic wines. 27 boulevard de Verdun, phone: +33 (0)2 56 51 27 78

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