L’Auberge du Bonheur is a hidden restaurant in the Bois de Boulogne. A large green terrace in summer and a cozy mountain house by the fireplace in winter, you can taste good bistronomic dishes all year round. Hidden behind the famous Grande Cascade, this little corner of paradise awaits you for pure moments of relaxation.
The Inn of Happinessit’s an old farmhouse converted into a hotel that you must hurry to discover this summer. Located in the Bois de Boulognevery close to the sublime Bagatelle ParkHippodrome de Longchamp or the GoodPlanet Foundation and beyond Big waterfall (a historic restaurant with stars from the same group), Auberge du Bonheur boasts that it is one address at a time cozy and green where tranquility and joy of living are necessary.
From October to April, the Auberge offers a fireplace and hearty and pleasant meals. The restaurant remains open every day for lunch and on request it can be turned into a comfortable veranda for organizing a private party, just like at home.
In the summer there is a very large green terrace where you can have lunch under the trees and near the beautiful wisteria when it’s in full season.
Here and there families come to relax on Sundays, to celebrate a birthday in groups it’s fun, he speaks loudly, he sings, it’s simple, that’s it green surroundings of the inn which makes us forget the stress of Parisian life and enjoy life to the fullest. At the Auberge du Bonheur, Thai chef, Benjawan Guérin is busy offering a delicious menu inspired by Asian cuisine.
Went through the kitchens Grand Cascade and Bellagiothe chef is a master who knows how to combine Auberge canaille spirit to its culture of spices and sauces.
The result, whether traditional or exotic, dishes delight us ; crab tails go well with avocado, we like it home marinated salmon (also served at the waterfall) and fresh langoustines go well with mixed vegetables.
As for the dishes, we allowed ourselves to be seduced grilled octopus perfectly cooked or crispy pork belly and his celeriac puree (an Asian wink, you’ll get it).
There is no meal without dessert, we finish in style with an excellent strawberry soup with vanilla ice cream or the famous amber rum babu from Martinique.
In the inn, we don’t see time passing: children laugh heartily, run around the gardens on sunny days under the kindness of the team, friends get up and sing happy birthday, and we use the sun that we have been missing lately. Finally, here is the ideal setting to settle down and enjoy a nice meal, before or after a walk in the surrounding green areas.
We are approaching winter chimney and let yourself be seduced by the generous cuisine in the atmosphere of a mountain hut in the plains of nature.
This test was conducted as part of a professional call. If your experience differs from ours, let us know in the comments.