Michelin Guide Prague
As soon as we operate our Prague food tours, we get inquired about a “restaurant with a view” quite often, and Aureole, located on the top flooring of a high-rise building, demonstrably does deliver in that division: the view can be as great because it's ever-going for within Prague, albeit somewhat “zoomed out”, given the restaurant’s place slightly south of this historical centre. The food is solid, even though the selection is a slightly confusing mix of French (foie gras terrine) and Asian dishes and - wait for it - sushi. Having said that, we liked our meals whenever we went indeed there: the presentation is clean and the cooking is a little on safer part, but there’s nothing wrong with this. The interiors are contemporary together with entire location with a cocktail bar and a cigar lounge has actually a slightly 60s jet-setting atmosphere. And also you can’t overcome the view. If this restaurant was a high profile: James Bond (Roger Moore’s era).
Na kopci is a restaurant you must try and discover, and you ought to perhaps not blame your Uber driver for lacking it the first time around, because we often do too. A real destination dining spot, because God knows few people stay here. The restaurant features an air of joie de vivre: the foodstuff is great, the portions are huge, the French wines are delicious, and everyone feels like a regular after one check out, greeted by the Maitre d’, the co-owners associated with the destination (the 2nd one becoming the Maitre D’s youth buddy, whom happens to be the chef, too). Na kopci is simply an increased French pub with a homey feel way out associated with center: you won’t be wowed because of the chef’s usage of micro greens and tweezers, however, if you want a huge portion of steak or fish, this just might end up being your location.