Le Mont du Bonheur in Paris: Mont-Blanc from every angle

Le Mont du Bonheur is this spot entirely dedicated to Mont-Blanc. Originally based on chestnut cream, here, the delicious pastry is displayed in several versions and many colors.

If there’s one pastry that perfectly represents winter, it’s the Mont-Blanc. This famous and ultra-tasty French pastry is a major product in many top pastry shops. Angelina, Pouchkine and Michalak, it’s hard to resist to its chestnut cream vermicelli, its crispy meringue and its light whipped cream. Yes, Mont-Blanc is THE wintery treat! Unless…

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If you find yourself in Rue du Roi de Sicile, within walking distance from She’s Cake by Sephora, we discover a shop window where Mont-Blanc is displayed for every season. We’re facing Le Mont du Bonheur, a tea salon dedicated to this famous pastry.

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Here, they proudly strut like on a catwalk. Look, there’s one covered in pink for a strawberry and mascarpone flavor, the mango-passion one dresses in a bright yellow coat while the pistachio-Morello cherry is more into green. For always more greed, we literally succumb to the version with caramel, chocolate or vanilla. We event find it combined to a meringue lemon pie. The classic version with chestnut is obviously up for it.

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And to enjoy them, you can take them away and eat perfectly cuddled up, but the best way is to enjoy your Mont-Blanc on the spot. Because yes, when you can finally look somewhere else than the window, you’ll discover that Le Mont du Bonheur is not only a pastry shop but also a very clean and warm tea salon as if it had been especially though up not to steal the show from its original pastries.

Practical information:
Le Mont du Bonheur 
Open from Tuesday to Sunday
From 11 a.m. to 7:30 p.m.
60 rue du Roi de Sicile – 75004 Paris 

Rizhlaine F.
Last updated on 29 December 2017

Practical information

Location

60 Rue du Roi de Sicile
75004 Paris 4

Access
Métro Saint-Paul (ligne 1) ou Hôtel de Ville (lignes 1 et 11)

Prices
Mont-Blanc: 5,30 €

Official website
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