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15 French Fast Foods That Shouldn't Look As Good As They Do

I'll try anything once. Even a Big Mac on a bagel.

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1. Le Grand Bagel Cheese — McDonald's

This new offering in McDonald's France serves up two beef patties, a slice of melted cheddar, a slice of melted Emmental, with a cheese sauce dressing on a poppy-sesame bagel. BAGEL.

2. Quick'n Foie Gras — Quick

Last January, the French fast food chain Quick launched a limited-time burger which featured a slice of foie gras on top a beef patty with lettuce and onion sauce. The campaign? "Your New Year's resolutions can wait."


3. Sub Raclette — Subway

Have you tried raclette? It's a Swiss dish and cheese (although equally popular in France) in which you scrape melted goodness off a giant wheel of cheese. This Subway treat puts ham, turkey, and pepperoni on a sub with melty raclette cheese.

6. L'Alaska en Fête — Speed Rabbit Pizza

This French chain aspires to New York pizza standards, but Speed Rabbit Pizza's offerings aren't quite the classic slice. Like this one, "L'Alaska en Fête," which has smoked salmon, mozzarella, cheddar, potatoes, dollops of crème fraîche, and caviar.


8. Majesty Pizza Burger — Pizza Hut

This weird Pizza Hut specialty was unveiled in the U.K. and other foreign spots earlier this year — it features mini cheeseburgers embedded in pizza crust with what appears to be a salad on top.

10. Bacon Groovy — Domino's Pizza

Domino's pizza offerings in France are much more inventive than what we have here. The "Bacon Groovy" might not be the most fancy (with crème fraîche, mozzarella, roasted chicken, onions, barbecue sauce, and bacon slices), but it sounds so cool to say. Bacon. Groovy.

15. Foie Gras Sushi — Sushi Shop

Sushi Shop is a more upscale chain offering sushi for takeout or delivery. Most of the stuff is pretty normal except for this sushi topped with a slice of foie gras and gingerbread crumbs. Ahh, la France. We love you even though you're weird.