This restaurant was recommended to us as one of only two open on Ascension Day, a public holiday, by our bicycle-friendly accommodation. It was a warm evening and we ate outside for part of our dinner and inside for dessert.
There were four of us and we each thoroughly enjoyed our meal. They have menus in French and German and when I struggled with a few items, the waitress (possibly manager) was able to tell me in English. I had the faux boeuf with pepper sauce. which was steak with a creamy peppercorn sauce which was absolutely delicious. I followed it up with a dish of three sorts of sorbet - the cassis (black currant) was just amazing. My husband said his flammenkuchen with mushroom was just divine.
Had we been staying in Drusenheim again tonight, we would most certainly have eaten there again tonight.
I think it would have to be one of the best restaurant meals I have ever eaten.
The restaurant has an arrangement with our hotel as our hotel does not serve dinner and the restaurant does not have accommodation. If you want lovely but not expensive bicycle friendly accommodation less than 5 minutes walk away, head for the Hôtel à la Courrone d'Or (or is it Couronne, can't recall).