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When your dish arrives at Aureole Las Vegas, you can expect the food on your plate to be arranged thoughtfully and to incorporate blasts of color. After all, when you get an eyeful of the Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star restaurant’s hulking wine tower and its “wine angel” stewards scaling the structure and doing aerial stunts from harnesses and cables, you quickly realize that dining at Aureole is a complete sensory experience and the interesting visuals and innovative concoctions are part of the fun. Take the amuse-bouche. It varies, but is invariably lovely — we were served five petite and colorful morsels on an oblong dish, sprinkled with edible flowers. Appetizers incorporate compositions from France and other countries; for instance, a colorful, Spanish flair accentuated the ahi tuna dish, served with Alaskan king crab, an orange romesco sauce, green avocado marmalade and edible purple flowers. While the dish wasn’t as flashy as the wine tower and its acrobatic stewards, it is just as much a sight to see.