Also known as Le Restaurant Westermann, Buerehiesel is famous for its cuisine moderne and for its prime location in l’Orangerie, a park at the end of the allée de la Robertsau planned by the landscape artist Le Nôtre, who gave the park to Josephine during her marriage to Napoleon. The decor is swank with its richly grained wooden ceilings. The kitchen recycles heirloom recipes in innovative and exciting ways. Of special merit are the shredded crab with lime, quinoa, crisp vegetables, and shellfish jelly; royale-style Alsatian hare with butternut squash, wild mushrooms, and spaëtzle, and braised free-range goose with root vegetables draped in thick braising sauce. Reservations required.