Le Tables Have Le Turned, as Le Burger Becomes Top-Selling Dish in France
The hamburger is climbing the charts in France
In a shocking move, the French have decided to accept an American classic onto their list of “favorite things.” Le burger (or the hamburger, for those who aren’t bilingual) is now sold in 75 percent of France’s many restaurants, and a recent study said the dish is the top seller in 80 percent of those restaurants, according to the Telegraph.
The hamburger evolved into a serious competitor against a classical French favorite, “jambon beurre,” which is ham and butter on a baguette. According to the Telegraph, people in France consumed 1.19 billion burgers (an…