Dine in the Dark Manila

5 Reasons Why Dine in the Dark

NOCHE: Dine in the Dark Manila has brought in the concept of dining in absolute darkness in Metro Manila. It might sound preposterous to some while interesting to some. Despite that, we’ve come up with our reasons why we should dine in the dark at least once in our lives.

 

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5 Reasons Why Dine in the Dark

 

1. Have Enhanced Senses

Since you will be constrained from seeing anything, you will solely rely on your remaining senses which are touch, sound, smell, and taste. Fully using those senses from time to time helps in sharpening it similar to an acquisition of a skill through practice. Basically, having an enhanced sense enables you to get the most out of your daily life.

 

2. Guaranteed Mealtime Socialization

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Noche Dine in the Dark requires their guests to put phones, watches. and anything that could possibly emit light in a secure locker area before entering the dark room. This means no distractions from taking photos and going on social media. Therefore, you can have that long talk you’ve been longing for.

 

3. Taste Buds Challenge

The menu is set for Noche Dine in the Dark which they call the “Mystery Menu.” All you need to do is let them know your preference for food and your food restrictions.

Mystery Menu of Dine in the Dark

Your taste buds will definitely be challenged as you try to determine the dish you’re eating. This is because Noche Dine in the Dark only reveals the dishes after the dark dining experience with a detailed menu.

We don’t know about you, but we’ll feel awesome when we get the dishes right.

Below is a sample of their dish from their previous menu. You’ll definitely get your money’s worth!

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4. Feel Empathetic

Noche’s “darkness experts” are actually our local Filipinos who are visually impaired, they are well-prepared to guide and assist with all the needs of the guests.

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As you are guided by them and you have the dining experience, you become aware of how it feels like not having a sense of sight. You will further understand their plight and maybe you end up supporting Blind, Inc., the partner of Noche.

 

5. Memorable Experience

It is one unique gastronomic journey that will be enlightening. Additionally, you get to have quality time with your loved ones or your companions. Just no hanky panky business in the dark, all right?



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Dine in the Dark Manila

Berjaya Hotel Makati, 7835 Corner Eduque Street, Makati Ave, Makati City, Philippines 1209.
Dinner Service: 6:00PM & 8:00PM (Open every Fridays, Saturdays & Sundays)
Website: www.dineinthedarkmanila.com

16 Responses to “5 Reasons Why Dine in the Dark”

  1. Payastyle

    I think it would be really interesting experience to try eating like that, I would definitely try it.

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  2. Gusto ko to itry! Will have this in mind and would pay a visit once im in Makati. I was curious how dark it really is? As in i need to grasp everything? Yay! So interesting! 🙂

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  3. If I were to dine here, I would be with my husband! haha. Sorry, I can’t help it, medyo natatawa ako kasi baka kung ano ang i-serve, pero I know they won’t do that. The thought just made me smile, lol. Seriously though, this place is very unique and interesting! I would love to give it a try! No instagrammable food, it all boils down to the taste and the moment you have with the person you’re with.

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  4. Alroi Abrantes

    Baahaa can’t help but think that his takes the phrase “lights off” to a new heights! Got to try this.

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  5. I’m kind of afraid in the dark but this dining experience is interesting. If it so dark, how does the waiters deliver your meal? haha Im so curious! How much does this cost?

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  6. I would definitely go with my partner when dining here! He’s the one who has better senses and taste buds than me so maybe I can ask him what food we’re having. HAHAHA! Anyway, how much is it? I’m thinking it’s quite expensive siguro. Hehe

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  7. Oh this is cool. A couple of months ago, someone told me about an event like this one, eating in the dark, and they told me that it was a great experience and I have to do it for myself.

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  8. Never I thought that a dining place like this exists. Thanks for this post… And you’re lucky you will be experiencing it… And I was amazed with #4..

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  9. The Dine in the Dark concept is pretty interesting. It reminds me of those times when either there’s a typhoon or Meralco cut off the electricity causing a blackout, but this time without candles. I’m not a fan of the dark and not knowing what I’ll put in my mouth so I’m not sure if I’ll be able to try this one out. I’m sure those who will get to try it will find it exciting.

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  10. Trying to dine here would be a novel idea, something that you can cross off your bucketlist. And I have to agree, with your sense of sight taken out, the rest of your senses are heightened making you appreciate more the smell and taste of the food.

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  11. I would love to try this with my partner. I do worry I might spill stuff or something haha!

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  12. Ah! I’ve watched too many shows that revolve around eating in complete darkness, and most of them do NOT end well (thanks, CSI). I do believe that having to rely on taste and smell alone increases your appreciation for certain things, more so food. I’d love to have a go with a friend and see how well Noche has adapted this concept from other countries. 🙂

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  13. What a unique experience. We have a similar restaurant in Toronto but I have not yet had the chance to experience it. I can just imagine how not being able to see must have heightened your other senses.

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  14. I’ve heard of this kind of restaurant before. I didn’t know there was one in Manila. How interesting! Would love to have a try even if I’m not adventurous when it comes to food.

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  15. The concept of dining in the dark was something I saw once a few years ago on a TV show. That one could do that here in Manila did surprise me. I suppose the experience itself must have been unearthly… fantastic… and any superlatives one could think of. But one thing I appreciated is in knowing that there is an employment opportunity for visually-impaired people. So, that’s a good thing.

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