Dating in the dark restaurant london
It will feature actors walking between tables and interacting with the unsuspecting diners and all kinds of 'surprising' immersive theatrical elements.
To register interest in tickets to the dinners visit blindfold-dinner.
When guests ate dinner at the Spielmann house some would wear blindfolds during their meal to show solidarity with their host and to better understand his world.
What Spielmann’s sighted guests found was that the blindfolds heightened their sense of taste and smell and made their dining experience more enjoyable.
We’ve stuck to bars (who wants to worry about spinach in their teeth?
) and will keep all our fingers crossed for your success. Cafe Boheme, Soho (above) It’s “not as ‘boheme’ as it was back in the day”, but this Soho classic is still a useful all-dayer and a diamond spot for people-watching.
All of them also have normally lit bathrooms though you’ll need to ask your waiter for help in finding it.
Dans Le Noir in Clerkenwell serves up dinners in the dark and employs blind waiting staff who can negotiate the pitch black using their other senses.
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When we were carrying out our research, Cafe Boheme was recommended for its late opening hours (3am) – so dive-in here if you don’t want to call it a night.
Useful tip: the secret exit means you can escape unnoticed if necessary.