$59.99 for a Unique Culinary Experience in the Dark for Two People at Restaurant Dans Le Noir (a $130 Value)
- $59.99 for a culinary experience in the dark for two ($130 Value)
- Urban cuisine soliciting the senses
- Three-course meal with cocktail
- Dining room in pitch black darkness
- Original gift idea
Expiry: June 4, 2014. Valid from 5:30 p.m.
Limitations: no purchase limit. 1 coupon is valid for 2 people only. Limit of 3 coupons per table
Other conditions: must present printed coupon. No cash value. See the rules that apply to all deals
Taxes/Pourboires: tax not included and applicable on the amount paid on Groupon. Tip not included and applicable on the full amount
Reservation: required and subject to availability. Must arrive 15 to 30 minutes in advance. Reservation will be cancelled if the party arrives more than 30 minutes late. To reserve, have your coupon on hand, call 514 419-6177 or email firstname.lastname@example.org and mention Groupon.
The new trend is to enjoy a meal in complete darkness. Indeed, this unique dining experience plunges you in an intriguing world where senses are awakened and discoveries are made. Restaurant Dans Le Noir offers its clients a distinctive culinary experience thanks to its pitch-dark dining room. And why not slip this unique occasion in a Christmas stocking?
Each menu includes, per person :
- Three-course meal with options
- A house cocktail
- Choice of coffee or tea
From the moment they arrive, diners are welcomed by a host and immediately choose their three-course meal from the various options offered on the menu.
A certified visually impaired waiter guides the guests to the pitch-dark dining room. The meal starts off with a cocktail as an aperitif, and through the different courses of the meal, the diners’ senses are awoken, enjoying every bite of this urban cuisine in this singular atmosphere.
The memorable experience ends with the choice of tea or coffee.
A Unique Culinary Experience in Montreal
Thanks to its pitch-dark dining room, Restaurant Dans Le Noir allows diners to rely only on their sense of taste, hearing, touch and smell as they enjoy a complete meal. The culinary experience, heightened by the presence and guidance of visually impaired waiters, is a sensory experience diners are likely to remember.
Regular prices verified on November 14, 2013.