The nostalgic restaurant "Madame-Plüsch" is located in a listed double house from the 16th century in the middle of the old town of Füssen at the corner of Drehergasse/Schrannenplatz in today's pedestrian zone (first mentioned in 1557). Until the 18th century, it was used as a residential building, after which various craftsmen were always located in this building. For a long time, a laundromat was then operated in the lower part of the building until 1979, when the basement was converted into a restaurant.

For more than 32 years, the then owners operated this inn under the name "Römerkeller". At the end of 2011, the owners gave up the business for reasons of age and a fundamental renovation of the building took place. After all, the inventory was getting on in years and also the hospitality and technical requirements no longer corresponded to a contemporary restaurant operation. The renovation lasted until the summer of 2012, during which the new tenants also included the 1st floor as a utilization area for restaurant operations. In elaborate design work, the restaurant became a gastronomic gem.

Over a long period of time collected, self-restored pieces of furniture and furnishings from the early 20th century give the nostalgic restaurant "Madame Plüsch" today the charm "of the Golden 20s". Since August 2012, the Hergesell family has been running the nostalgia restaurant "Madame Plüsch", which has since become a culinary highlight with the unique flair of the 1920s in the city of Füssen and the surrounding area.