You’re in the land of haute-cuisine, the culinary mecca of the world – but even the finest palate on the planet sometimes fancies nothing more complicated than a good old burger.

In recognition of this fact, the website On va au resto has for the second year running held a national competition to  find the very best burger in all of the Hexagon.

This year, the winning burger – which goes by the name of Le Guidon –  is from Le Garage, a restaurant in Charleville-Mézières in the Ardennes. It was one of 13 candidates, one for each region of France, to reach the final stage of the contest.

The winning burger from Le Garage (taken from their facebook page)

Served on a rosé bun made with beetroot juice, the burger is topped with Godel cheese, bacon, rocket, red onions, cornichons, tomatoes, chives and a yuzu mustard sauce. If you want to try it for yourself, you can – just be sure to let the restaurant know in advance because this burger is very much not fast food! Last year’s competition was also won by a restaurant in Charleville-Mézières, Le Galion. Bon appétit!



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