Manon C. · Published on 28 May 2021 at 14h38
Rainbow Kitchen is the new dark kitchen in Paris featuring six original plant-based culinary concepts. Vegetarians and vegans will be delighted!
We knew dark kitchens, Mouflet’s light kitchen, and now you have Rainbow Kitchen, the new dark kitchen in Paris! Running this new project, Ilona and Matthews Minas, together for ten years, and entrepreneurs who worked at BuddhaBar.
Their idea with Rainbow Kitchen? Proposing an alternative to dark kitchens thanks to healthy and fresh food shining a light on good ingredients while respecting the Earth. Rainbow Kitchen two founders wanted to mostly use seasonal produces, sustainably farmed and mostly vegetarian.
In all, Rainbow Kitchen has 6 culinary concepts, available on delivery via UberEats and Deliveroo, and takeaway at 29 rue de Saussure in Paris 17th arrondissement. Would you like to find out more about the concepts?
- Picky Springs reinvents the sweet and savory spring roll through seasonal recipes. Made with natural ingredients, mostly organic, and with a low glycemic index, these spring rolls are a healthy meal, so are bowls, soups, and toasts.
- Roll Factory serves healthy and colorful Vietnamese rolls inspired by manga. Roll Factory rolls echo Asian cuisine, while serving traditional recipes with chicken, duck, sweet potato, or tofu two styles, and served with homemade sauces: Thai, hoisin, or peanut.
- Yasai, vegetarian sushi, cooked without fish or meat. The menu fits vegetarians, and vegans since recipes are made without eggs or cheese.
- Verdura Pizza, the plant-based version of pizza, perfect for vegetarians and vegans. Doughs are made with beetroot or parsley juice, but a gluten-free version is also available, made with cauliflower and broccoli.
- Brunch All Day, for a hotel-inspired brunch straight from your home with a complete sweet and savory offer.
- Rainbow Juice, rainbow-colored drinks, 100% natural, fresh and seasonal.
What will you try, then?