A cosy little sister to the well-established Ruisseau, with similar set menus and glorious home made buns and burgers.
Burger aficionados may already be familiar with the ever-popular Ruisseau in the 18th arrondissement, its home made burgers easily as special as anything larger Parisian chains such as Blend and Big Fernand have to offer. Opened in autumn 2015, Ruisseau’s little sister outlet, the small Burger Joint in the Marais, pursues the same winning formula with its wooden chalet décor and familiar set menus of burger, side and drink for €12. The buns – baked in situ – are soft and glazed like brioche, while the twice-cooked chips strike just the right level of crispy. There are ten equally appealing varieties of burger to choose from, the most tempting probably being the Tom Burger (beef burger, Tomme cow's milk cheese with cider, ketchup, American mustard, onion confit, lettuce and pickles), followed closely by the various inventive fish, chicken and vegetarian options. Desserts include things like panna cotta, cheesecake, chocolate fondant, while drinks are the usual fizzy drinks and American beers such as Brooklyn Lager.
TRANSLATION: HUW OLIVER
|Venue name:||Le Ruisseau - Burger Joint||Contact:|
22 rue Rambuteau
|Opening hours:||Mon-Fri 12noon-4pm, Sun 12noon-10.30pm|