A quick bike ride away from their veggie dog shop (Le Tricycle), Coralie Jouhier & Daqui Gomis (photo) are sitting down with the Rasta god Jah at the first Afro-vegan restaurant in Paris. You’ll find clever African and American inspired snacks on the menu: raw rolls of the day (carrots, zucchini, beets, papaya) with an insane peanut dipping sauce made from Dakatine peanut butter; cauliflower in a wings-style breading with homemade BBQ sauce; a super chili sin carne bowl with sliced plantain, wholegrain rice, cheddar cheese sauce, tomato salsa and avocado; or for loyal dogs, there’s Le Tricycle’s classic hot dog, composed of a soy and wheat veggie dog (smoked over beech wood), nestled into a vegan brioche bun. And don’t forget about the exciting finale: raw cheesecake with an almond and date crust, paired with a green spinach juice! Also worth noting, they have a very mouthwatering culinary-cultural agenda: exhibitions, projections, etc., about subjects like naturopathy, circular consumption and veganism. No set menus. À la carte €16-25. Bowls (hot, cold or raw) €10. Juices and smoothies €6. // J.P.