Celebrated chef, Jirí Král, promotes his gastronomic fusion creations as expressions of art. Regardless of its culinary provisions, however, Aureole – which is situated on the top floor of the Czech Republic’s tallest building – is unrivalled in its position.
A multitude of drinks span the bar, tickling your tastebuds before you’ve even tried a drop. But to be honest you could have a bog-standard beer in this place and leave feeling luxurious. The view is legendary. With its restaurant, bar, lounge, winehouse and terrace areas to choose from, Aureole literally takes its guests to new heights of fusion.
A seductively edgy interior in blocks of black, white and red invite a clear-cut vision. But this chef is keen to break down boundaries and has his own sights set on a Michelin star. Inspired by European and Asian culinary principles and with views that span the picturesque city of Prague, Aureole offers its roof top visitors breakfast, lunch and dinner, before switching things up a notch for after hours terrace parties.