|Flunch is a large casual restaurant chain in France|
During a trip somewhere, we usually have a list of things we want to do. I only had one apart from resting and enjoying the holidays with family.
One of my wishes was to be able to eat in Flunch
I discovered Flunch during road trips in France years ago. It's a casual self service dining place with a cafeteria concept. Grab your tray. Grab the food you like and pay. It's inexpensive and great for lunch breaks during long drives on the road.
They have this tagline: "Fluncher. C'est mieux que manger." It means:Fluncher -An invented verb from Flunch which doesn't really exist.
It's better than eating.
|Aperitif anyone? Pastis by Ricard - Probably the national aperitif drink in France in star anise flavor|
|Salad Bar A: Which one do you prefer?|
|Salad Bar B|
|Fill your glass|
|Ah the cheese section! Yay, pasteurized brie!|
|A French meal is never complete without a dessert. :)|
|Galette des Rois! Epiphany Cake. It literally means kings' cake|
The restaurants are scattered throughout France. Click here for the map to see the closest one to you while traveling.
The food is good, way better than their competitors. Though another rival but a much smaller chain found only in the Vendee region and Bordeaux, La Toquenelle is almost if not equally good.
Love & light,