The interior of our restourant is designd in “Art Nouveau” style. You are surrounded by the samples of postcards and posters painted by the czech artist Alphonse Mucha (1860-1939). The Mucha’s style was created due to the keen decorative theme, picturesque ornamental elements and refinementof calligraphic drawing of the lines in his compositions. His graceful women, refined colours and the decorative style reflect the shameless action of seduction. Mucha excited the public by the perfect artistic technics and the originality of ornaments. He is known for the rounded shapes of beautiful and graceful women who are combined with the system of flowers, leaves, arabesque and symbols. The relatively unknown czech artist, living in Paris achieved fame when he created a poster for one of the greatest actresses of the time, Sarah Bernardt. His fame spread all over the world and resulted in postcards, posters, stamps, illustrations in magazines and bank notes. Mucha returned to Czech in 1910 where he completed the murals of the Prague Town Hall, the last major interior decoration in the Art Nouveau style in Prague and devoted the remainder of his life to the production of the epic series of twenty paintings depicting the history of the Slav people. Gorgeous women, dispersedhair and flowing fabrics can leave nobody indifferent even today.