The Parisian gourmet chain Restaurant Paulin has added a new burger to its menu, the gourmet meat and fish burger, which features a creamy, savory base, with a tangy, crunchy cheese patty on top.
(The new burger is being sold on its website for €19.95 and $22.95, or $27.95).
The meat and cheese burger, with the cheese, is the company’s latest venture in a trend of “artisanal gourmet burgers” that include locally sourced ingredients and meat sourced from local farms.
The burger is available only in France and in limited markets in the U.K., U.S., Australia and New Zealand, according to the chain.
The company’s founders, Philippe and Yves Paulin, said they wanted to create something different to offer diners who have never tried gourmet cuisine before.
The restaurant chain’s menu offers up a range of different kinds of vegetarian and vegan dishes, including grilled fish, vegetables and salads, plus sandwiches, desserts and dessert sauces.
The Paulins said the restaurant chain will launch a new gourmet product line in the near future.
“We wanted to try something different with the gondola and a vegetarian burger, so we’re happy to announce this gourmet Burger Paulin,” the company said in a statement.
“With the help of the best chefs in Paris and other restaurants in France, we have created a new meat and meat burger that will give you a unique taste and flavour that’s really different from any other restaurant in the city. “
“A lot of people who have been visiting Paris in the past year and a half have said that they will never go back to Paris again.” “
The restaurant has been selling the new burger at its restaurants in the French capital for the past two years. “
A lot of people who have been visiting Paris in the past year and a half have said that they will never go back to Paris again.”
The restaurant has been selling the new burger at its restaurants in the French capital for the past two years.
The meat-free gondoliers were inspired by the French cuisine of a certain restaurant in Bordeaux, where chef Pierre-Antoine Gourcuffi has worked for many years.
Gourbuffi opened the first vegetarian gondolo in 2007 in a converted warehouse in the old Bordeau train station.
The new gondolets are also a product of a successful collaboration between Gourlou, an international restaurant chain, and Paulin in the region.
Paulin owns the famous Parma restaurant in Paris, where it is said that it became a favourite among the Parisians.
The gondolinier’s burger comes in two varieties: a beef patty and a tofu patty.
It has a cheese base, which is marinated in soy sauce and garlic sauce.
“It’s not the first gondoline in Paris to offer a vegetarian option, but it is the first one in a really special way,” Philippe Paulin told CBC News.
“People will love this and we’ll have a lot of customers coming for a taste.”