Fairmont Dubai’s dining in the dark concept gets haunted hospital theme

Noire will have a special three-course menu for the occasion

Fairmont Dubai’s dining in the dark concept gets haunted hospital theme
Fairmont Dubai’s dining in the dark concept gets haunted hospital theme

Noire, Fairmont Dubai’s dining in the dark concept, is taking on a spooky theme for the month of October.

The concept, which sees its customers dine in complete darkness, without even knowing what they are eating, is taking on the theme of a haunted hospital, according to sister publication, Caterer Middle East

Over a 90-minute dining experience, guests receive a three-course menu with paired beverages which will also be themed for the occasion, but they will only discover what they have eaten when they are debriefed by the chef after.

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The multi-sensory occasion (except sight) will involve a range of techniques to add to the spookiness.

It’s priced at AED360 with soft beverages and AED399 with wine pairing per person. It’s available Monday to Saturday throughout October at 7.30pm each day.

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