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Best Burgers in Paris

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When you think about burgers, only gooey cheese and meat patties come to mind, till you eat in East Side Burgers. True that the names like basque and Halloween don't divulge the real ingredients in it but then East Side Burgers is an innovative vegetarian burger and fast food restaurant that has become quite popular. This small eatery has taken the burger world to a different level to that of veggie and vegan realms. What seems even more fascinating is that the food is great and the crowd attests this.

This is an amazingly well-kept secret in Paris. With just a handful of tables, Breakfast in America recreates the American breakfast diner experience as well it should - it was established by a bona fide American ex-pat in 2003. Complete with American coffee, O.J., pancakes with real maple syrup, eggs-to-die-for and the breakfast and brunch menus are the better known offerings. However, be sure to check out their burgers in the afternoon.

Paris New York joins the bandwagon of eateries on the city's dining scape that advocate the gourmet burger trend. Re-inventing the timeless American classic, on offer are a limited selection of varieties that pride themselves on being large and loaded with flavor. Make a choice from the likes of vintage double cheese, morning California or smoky blue to complement an impressive list of German and Belgian brews, wine or their signature espresso. Their meats stand out for being cooked over open flames and their fries are handcrafted. Spread over two floors, the contemporary decor, unrefined walls and wooden accents lend a laid-back vibe.

Big Fernand in the 9th arrondissement of Paris is essentially an American restaurant. Known best for their juicy, yummy hamburgers at affordable prices, this friendly neighborhood restaurant is a smashing hit. And guess what? They also offer some vegetarian options for their veggie friends. They don't accept reservations but welcome big appetites!

This restaurant's wholesome American fare brings a taste of Manhattan to the heart of Paris. With its round tables, checked tablecloths and brick walls covered with posters, Joe Allen is a copy of its sister restaurant in New York. The stylish surroundings and laid-back atmosphere make it the perfect place for drinking wine, champagne or beer. Sheltered from prying eyes by high bushes, the restaurants location in a quiet little street in the Halles area makes it a favorite with locals and tourists alike.

Located in one of the oldest market areas of Paris, in the 2nd arrondissement is Café Charlot. Decorated in an interesting, humorous style that lends it a nice, casual atmosphere, it is already a local hit. Burgers and fries from here are highly recommended. With a fun ambiance, good service and delicious American meals, Café Charlot could soon become your favorite burger haunt.

Gourmet food in a moving truck?? Who wouldn't want to go there! Le Camion Qui Fume provides this unique experience in Paris that is delightful and unforgettable. People usually swear by the many-award-winning food truck. They have some of the most amazing dishes- mouthwatering, perfectly cooked meats and most scrumptious burgers! Sure you may have to wait patiently for your turn, but believe it or not, it will be worth the wait. But how do you track this nomadic restaurant? Follow them on Twitter or Facebook to know their next stop. Bon Appetit!

Located in the 2nd arrondissement of Paris, Blend, the burger joint is a very popular landmark already. With some of the best burgers at very affordable prices, it is frequented by locals as well as travelers. Armed with a simple menu and some yummy recipes that produce juicy, tasty burgers, Blend can be your favorite burger haunt in a jiffy.

This charming American eatery is located on rue de Richelieu and is the perfect place for a mid-day snack or meal. Have A Nice Day ("H.A.N.D.") specializes in American cuisine, favoring classics like hamburgers, onion rings, salads, sandwiches and fries. Their baked goods vary from day to day but often include carrot cake, cupcakes, bagels, and cheesecake. The restaurant features vintage decor throughout, with hanging light bulbs at the counter creating a simple and understated artistic light instillation.

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