The French eat 14 burgers per year and per person, or at least one per month, and this consumption is rising sharply in the traditional restaurant, according to a study by the NDP cabinet, which place the French in the second rank amateurs of burgers in Europe. The NDP cabinet, which interrogated via the panel Crest several thousands of people each day on their consumption of food outside home of the eve, stressed that the number of burgers consumed in restaurants serving at the table has increased by 17% in 2011 in France. "The development of burgers in France has of course been door by the rapid recovery", noted Christine Tartanson, director of the division Foodservice among NDP Group. The burger displays, all restaurants confused, an increase of 3 %, while the market as a whole grew by 0.9 %. "But the great novelty originates in the propensity of the burger to get out of this perimeter of the fast food and fast food," she says, citing the heads stars but also of food service establishments served at the table. Thus, the restoration to table now represents 5% of the catches of commands of burger. "The burger is often offered in the restaurants at a price more attractive than the other dishes," explains Christine Tartanson. At the time or the consumers continue to pay attention to their spending, "the burger is an alternative for very good price/quality ratio while being the equivalent of a real hot dish", it continues. It also allows, according to her, "to the restaurateurs to capture more easily the foreign clientele of tourists put in trust by a flat well known to the international". According to this study, the British consume 17 burgers per year and per capita, 12 for the Germans, 8 for the Spaniards, finally 5 to the Italians.