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Dating in the dark restaurant london

After drinks upstairs (there’s two dining rooms, the second, upstairs one is usually for private functions), we were lined up. Perhaps Ron Weasley’s older brother had lent them some Peruvian Instant Darkness Powder.

‘Ha,’ you may think to yourself, ‘there’s more chance of discovering how to time travel in a wardrobe than there is of stumbling upon such a place’.

Yet, against all plausibility, such a place exists – the charming and welcoming Dans Le Noir? It’s in London (of course), just a short walk from Farringdon train and tube station and has been doing its thang for a decade now.

Dining in the dark brings additional worries to the normal date fears. As I sat down, it dawned on me that I had no idea where I was.

As the restaurant’s passionate general manager Dominique Raclin later explained, at least one diner a week freaks out after two minutes and has to leave.

Richard Curtis, the king of the very middle class British rom-com, recently dropped the bombshell that he’s “perhaps done” with directing.

It’s sad that the man who brought us 'Notting Hill', 'Four Weddings and a Funeral' and ‘Love Actually’ wants to retire from filmmaking but his farewell film almost makes it worth it…

Naturally, we ensure there's an equal mix of girls and guys attending.

Sometimes there's a specific theme to the event and often these are designed for a specific age ranges thus increasing the chance that people have something in common.

A date at Dans Le Noir is not for the faint hearted. For a start, you don’t pick dishes, you pick a colour.

Red for meat, Green for vegetarian, Blue for fish, and White for a surprise.

Officially I went there to celebrate this milestone and to see if it was possible to differentiate between wines in pitch black.


 
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31-Aug-2019 03:35