Egg Factory, the first fast food specialized in egg

People loving eggs in all their shapes are expected at Egg Factory, the first fast food specialized in egg set in Paris 10th arrondissement. The occasion to enjoy tasty burgers with egg-based buns.

Eggs in all their shapes and forms…. Here’s what offers Egg Factory, this “Gourmet fast food” restaurant in Paris 10th arrondissement. The concept? Like at Birdy Hamburgers, the idea of this restaurant is born during a stay in the United State where eggs are generally served in a bagel or a croissant and served with cheese and meat. A concept that obviously suits Parisian taste buds, making this culinary experience even softer by choosing to serve it in a brioche bread.

To create your burger, a whole range of fresh ingredients is available: cheddar, onions, bacon, cream cheese, avocado, salmon… the must of burger ingredients. In terms of eggs, in order to “serve the best of the best”, all products are free-range, Red Label, from free-range hens. Even the mayonnaise and desserts (excluding the Nutella bun) are homemade.

Egg Factory, le premier fast food spécialisé dans l'oeuf

The quality of products, a calling dear to restaurant manager Benjamin Kam’s heart: “Today, fast food is often linked to junk food”, he explains. He continues: “I’d like to break this image and meets the needs of an urban, young and dynamic public in a hurry and solicitous of their diet by offering a fast and quality service”.

Burgers we tasted… Our verdict? We loved it! No matter if it’s the Avocado bun or the Cheese bun, effs perfectly pair with bacon, avocado and ground meat. Burgers are rather lights and French fries cooked like in Belgium and 100% homemade are to die for.

Sandwiches cooked on order, to be enjoyed on the spot or to take away, and that can be sold by the piece or in a menu including a drink and/or a side. And for gluten-intolerants, sandwiches can be turned into a salad to satisfy all taste buds. Perfect when we feel peckish… Let’s go!

Laurent P.
Last updated on 3 July 2018

Practical information


31 Rue de Paradis
75010 Paris 10

Métro ligne 7 station "Poissonnière" ou "Gare de l'Est", métro ligne 4 station "Château d'Eau"

Formule petit déjeuner: 5-8 €
le bun: 7-10 €
Formule menu: 10-14 €

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Ouvert de 8h00 à 15h.

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