Travel can be funny sometimes, since just because you fly 3,000 miles to Paris doesn't mean you don't have a taste for a Big Mac or Whopper, and soon you'll be able to have either now that Burger King is once more breaking into France for the first time in nearly two decades.
There is soon to be another item on the fast food menu to have with a side of French fries as Burger King returns to the city of Light.
The fast food chain is returning to Paris after 15 years, according to French newspaper Le Figaro.
After closing stores in Paris in 1997 due to poor sales, Burger King is planning to open a branch in St Lazare train station, said the Local.
Currently, McDonald's has 1,200 franchises in France.
The train station in the heart of the city will serve the first Parisian 'Le Whopper' in fifteen years and is set to reignite Burger King's fierce rivalry with McDonald's.