Paris Alert: Mon Bon Chien Good for Humans, Too

photograph courtesy of  jdong
photograph courtesy of jdong

Visitors to Paris looking for fine foie gras need not go farther than the purple facade of an inventive bakery in the 15th arrondissement. This bakery’s foie gras, tasty with an earthy subtlety, is meant for canine—not human—tastebuds.

Confused? Don’t be. Mon Bon Chien, the shop behind said fois gras, is the first bakery in France catering to man’s best friend.

Mon Bon Chien’s American chef and owner Harriet Sternstein serves up biscotti, peanut butter, bacon, and foie gras biscuits for the demanding Parisian clientele filling her shop with barks each day. Harriet’s biscuits run from €.60 to €1 and she even offers doggie birthday cakes for a measly €10.

Best of all, we can confirm that the biscuits are quite tasty. Mon Bon Chien’s may not be the best foie gras in town, but at €.60 it is definitely the cheapest.

About the author

Enchanted by maps at a young age, Michael's first voyages were of the unglamourous variety (think Florida, Subarus, and talking mice). It was in an Australian hostel, while sleeping on a bare mattress, that he discovered the value of quality budget travel. Following a six month sejour on Australia's Sunshine Coast, Michael finished his studies at Hunter College in New York and moved to Paris. In Paris, Mike edits and writes for The Paris Times and checks out cheap sleeps for EuroCheapo. When not walking the streets of Paris pretending to be Ernest Hemingway, Michael enjoys penning short stories and playing the didjeridoo.
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