Top 10 of the Best Hamburgers in Paris

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Want a real hamburger with dripping cheddar, a perfectly-cooked steak and artisanal bread that doesn't look like it just came from a fast food joint? Here's a selection of the best places to eat a hamburger in Paris.

  • Blend

44 rue d’Argout, Paris 75002

Unsurprisingly, as one of the biggest names in the field, Blend does everything right: their meat comes from Yves-Marie le Bourdonnec, their buns and chips are homemade, and you have topping choices of anything from bacon, spinach, cheddar, marinated pepper, chorizo, mint and more…

Then, to top it all off, for dessert you have no choice but to try Camille Malmquist’s cheesecake with ginger biscuit and cranberry, or the famous chilli brownies…


  • The Beef Club

58 rue Jean Jacques Rousseau, Paris 75001

The Beef Club's burgers come from the same butcher as the Blend (Yves-Marie le Bourdonnec) and your taste buds won't tell you otherwise. With some of the finest meats an seafood on the menu, we'll forgive you if you try one of their other specialities, such as "de Marennes" oysters, Breton prawns or braised pork belly.


  • H.A.N.D.

39 rue de Richelieu, Paris 75001

Have A Nice Day’ is an American restaurant with a typical USA feeling. Burgers range from 10€ to 12€ for the most basic ones, but you can also try the more original Farmer option (with corn-flake-fried chicken) or the Cheese +++.


  • Big Fernand

55 rue Faubourg Poissonnière, Paris 75009

The Big Fernand is French and proud of it. From the decor to the menus, everything is made to feel like you're back in the 80s. Taste the infinitely rustic Fernand, Philibert, Victor and Alphonse, along with their organic lemon, mint or strawberry cordial.


  • Le Camion Qui Fume

(Food truck)

In order to eat a home-made burger from the most famous food truck in Paris, you have to know where it is first! Their whereabouts are usually displayed on their Twitter account or on their official website. You'll then have to wait for up to 2 hours in order to taste their American-style hamburgers.

Along with a Classic burger, they also do a Campagne, (mushrooms and onions coated with caramel and Gruyere), a Bleu (Fourme d’Ambert and Porto sauce) and a Porc braisé (braised slow cooked pork in beer with BBQ sauce and coleslaw).




  • Frog Burger

19 rue Faubourg Saint-Antoine, Paris 75011

A simple and calm place with good classic burgers. There are only 5 options, but they’re worth it: classic, chicken, cheese, vegetarian and bacon.


  • Paris New York (PNY)

50 rue Faubourg Saint-Denis, Paris 75010

The Vintage Doublecheese, the Morning California (cheddar, lettuce, avocado) and the Smoky Blue (bacon, blue cheese, and onion chutney) are the stars of the menu. Don't worry about the minimalist cutlery, the steaks are big and tasty and the brioche-like buns suit them deliciously.


  • Studio 5

92 boulevard Saint Germain, Paris 75005

This relatively new restaurant sets the mood as soon as you enter, with a detailed charte on the product quality and origin. Apart from the classic burgers, Studio 5 also offers some more creative recipes: every week the chef creates two burgers with unusual ingredients and combinations, such as a steak burger ‘façon Kefta’ (with different spices), grilled pepper, Iceberg lettuce and Ketchup.


  • Maison

6 rue Grégoire de Tours, Paris 75006

A beautiful place set in a modern and charming environment. Enjoy the simple yet effective menu, with its 4 burger options with fries and a drink. It's calm, simple and good.


  • B&M

82 avenue Parmentier, Paris 75011

This restaurant takes the "Better Burger" concept one step further by allowing you to create your own burger using their fresh ingredients. You can also choose from their list of burger suggestions, featuring the B&M (red cheddar, tomato, caramelised onions, salad and sauce), the BBQ, the CC or the FB.