I’ve called it my favorite fast food burger, I’ve tried it in every city I’ve visited and today am enjoying this American burger in the heart of Paris. Probably one of the most significant locations ever constructed, taking over the previous Haagen-Daz flagship store of Paris, spread on three floors, Five Guys is an icon of burgers in the heart of Paris. I still love it and still consider it to be the best. Red and white, loud music, happy people and good food!
It’s my burger of choice; I love the freshness of the ingredients, the quality of the meat, the crisp vegetables, the sauces and the reasonable price. I adore the non-synthetic, non-salty fries cut on the premises. Ketchup the American way and not the McDonalds nylon bag way. A high ceiling, fresh smells, brightly lit... it just feels good to be here!
Seeing the open kitchen makes all the difference. It’s like a home kitchen where the staff work with a smile on their face. Classy staff, professional managers, supervisors spreading happiness which is reflected in the food.
Five Guys have everything that McDonalds and Burger King fail to deliver. I was not sure this concept would work in France but I was wrong; I’m sure locals and tourists alike enjoy coming here like I personally did.
Try Five Guys; it’s another take on fast food burgers far from a synthetic McDonalds and a heavy burger at Burger King.