Dubble, the healthy fast food chain

Published by Laura B. · Updated on 8 May 2020 at 12h10 · Published on 26 August 2019 at 11h30
Coming straight from Marseilles, Dubble provides healthy and balanced fast food for lunch throughout the week. In Paris, you can find it in the 17th arrondissement by the Porte Pouchet, just close to Clichy gates.

Open only for lunch, Dubble – a chain created in 2006 in Marseilles – aims at feeding active people fast especially if they don’t have much time to have lunch but want a healthy meal.

Recipes provided by Dubble are healthy, homemade and cooked on the spot. On the menu, we have salads, poke bowls and other cold or warm bowls, bentos, soups, sandwiches and wraps. As for desserts, Dubble specially bets on “superfood”, treats to get loads of energy.

Recipes – including some being vegetarian, vegan or gluten-free – change every season.
This summer, you can enjoy bulgur salad with candied lemon chicken, a shrimp poke bowl, a quinoa bowl with spirulina and salmon tartare, a small heirloom tomato salad, a fusilli salad with pureed black  olives, a smoked salmon and black radish sandwich, goat’s cheese, basil, grilled zucchini wrap or hazelnut/blueberry porridge or even coconut cream with apricots.

You get it, at Dubble, meals are healthy, balanced and fast, and very delightful.

Dubble now counts up about thirty places in France including three in Ile-de-France: Paris 17th arrondissement, Neuilly-sur-Seine and Levallois Perret.

Practical information


4 Rue Hélène et François Missoffe
75017 Paris 17

Porte de Saint-Ouen (ligne 13)

Official website

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