- Dine in the dark in Berlin!
- Enjoy a unique dining experience
- Delicious 3-course menu of your choice
- Personal guidance by specialised waiter at all times
- Upgrade to a Dinner and Show to enjoy a 4-course meal with a live performance adapted to the dark!
- Experience something out of the ordinary!
Choose from three menus: Culinary Pleasures for a hearty European-style meal; Vegetarian for non-meat eaters, or the Surprise if you're feeling daring!
Sample Menus :
- Pheasant dumplings with tomato concasse (ragou), light balsamic reduction and bacon
- Pink roast veal with spruce jam and chocolate chips, served with a thyme jus (sauce), pear salsify, vegetables and saffron couscous
- Cottage cheese dumplings with walnuts and basil cream
- Kohlrabi carpaccio (thin slices) with baked goats cheese, watercress salad and caramelized sage
- Aubergine lasagne gratinated with Cheddar cheese; paired with a cinnamon and coriander sauce, pak choi and roasted sesame seeds
- Lime yoghurt tartlet with apricots and Campari mousse
- Find out after eating!
Dinner and Show Programs:
- April 17; May 15; June 5, 19; July 3, 17: Romantic Love Evening. Enjoy your meal with romantic piano music
- April 18, 25; May 2, 16, 23; June 6, 20; July 4, 11: Forbidden Fruits Erotic Dinner. Listen to sensual songs while dining in darkness
- April 21, 28; May 5, 10, 19, 24; June 8, 14, 21, 28; July 5, 12, 21, 28: House of Battlemore Thrilling Dinner. Hear of restless ghosts during a black comedy show (partly in German)
- May 4, 12, 18, 31; June 9, 15, 22, 29; July 6, 13, 19, 27: Music Dinner. Enjoy hits from the 1960s through to today as you dine
- May 8; June 13, 27; July 25: Sweet Kisses Music Dinner. Listen to a swoonworthy collection of romantic tunes
- May 26; June 16; July 20: Best of Film Music: Hear hits from famous films like the Pirates of the Caribbean
- May 22, 29; June 12, 26; July 10, 24: Night of the Senses
Reviewed by Isabelle G, Canada, October 2011
The food was excellent! It's a great experience, I highly recommend it!
Reviewed by eoghan p, November 2011
I thought it was a wonderful experience. The profound darkness is so unusual in this age of artificial light - it takes some adjusting to. I laughed a lot and our waiter Thomas was a gentleman. I enjoyed the entertainment too.Unfortunately (and considering this is a culinary 'experience') I thought the food was ordinary and at times cold. Perhaps we caught the chef on a bad night but I imagined it would be much better. Still i would highly recommend restaurant in the dark.Btw - Berlin is a fantastic city with people at its very heart. Enjoy!