On our last day in Nice, Irek and I found this little vegetarian brunch spot, called Paper Plane, which also had some decent vegan options. It wasn’t the most amazing food we’ve ever eaten, but it was tasty and it hit the spot…
I wasn’t able to eat the second portion of my meal because although they said there were no peanuts in the food, we could clearly see that there were… Since I have an anaphylactic allergy to peanuts I obviously had to pass. If you’re traveling abroad and have a peanut allergy you need to be so careful. Even if they tell you that there aren’t peanuts in the dishes you still need to be skeptical and super cautious. It’s safest to eat at places where they do not have any peanuts on the premises at all. If you are skeptical or have any hesitations, just walk away. It’s not worth the risk.
Now, all this being said, if you do not have any food restrictions, Paper Plane is a good option for vegan brunch in Nice. The avo sandwich was quite delicious and it was nice to start the morning with freshly squeezed orange juice + lovely organic passionfruit tea.
Hope you all have a beautiful day on this 23rd day of June, 2016 (aka my 27th birthday)!
“The love for all living creatures is the most noble attribute of man.”
– Charles Darwin