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Dine in the Dark in St. Petersburg
26.06.2012 12:51
Dine in the Dark in St. Petersburg

An original St. Petersburg restaurant “Dans Le Noir?” welcomes visitors to get an unusual experience and to enjoy a great dinner in the dark. One more interesting detail of the restaurant is that blind waiters serve dinner to guests.

      You order your menu in a well-lit bar before entering the dark room. The restaurant offers 62 seats and provides guests with complete safety. No one is allowed to walk without the help of staff. Loud conversations are also prohibited.

      “Dans Le Noir?” is located in Sokos Hotel Palace Bridge on Vasilyevsky Island. Dinners are held from Tuesday to Sunday every hour starting from 18:00. Visitors should arrive at the restaurant at least 15 minutes before the dinner.

      It is believed that the dinner in the dark sharpens all the senses and let you to have a new experience in flavours and smells.

      Book the dinner online on the restaurant's website (English version available).

      Source: travel.ru. Image courtesy: www.st-petersburg.danslenoir.com.

       


Author: Natalia Semicheva

Tags: Russian tourism Russian restaurants St. Petersburg Russian hotels  

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