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DANS LE NOIR A UNIQUE SENSORY EXPERIENCE

A UNIQUE SENSORY, SOCIAL AND HUMAN EXPERIENCE

DANS LE NOIR ? AUCKLAND

A GREAT SUCCESS … THE EXPERIENCE IS EXTENDED!

Given the success of the dining in the dark experience at Rydges Auckland, Dans le Noir ? which had to be closed on May 31st is extended until August 31st, 2017.

The unique culinary, social & human experience of dining in the dark being guided by blind people has already welcome more than 1 500 persons in Auckland and some corporate events. It becomes one of the most popular place to go and get excellent feedback on Trip Advisor.

DANS LE NOIR ? WILL CONTINUE TO HOST:

For the public: dinner, birthday, wedding anniversary, bachelor/bachelorette party…

For companies: business functions, privatization, corporate and special events, press conferences, teambuilding, Christmas parties…

NEW SURPRISE MENUS

Luis Milla, Head Chef at Dans le Noir ? Auckland designed new menus which will be available from June 24th. The three surprise me¬nus will still be Trust the Chef, Seafood or Vegan. New flavours, new ingredients, new textures… A new sensory challenge for you, your colleagues, friends and family!

Dans le Noir ? at Rydges Auckland - 59 Federal Street Street, Auckland 1010

Booking & Information: www.auckland.danslenoir.com / rydges-auckland@danslenoir.com / 09 375 5920

Restaurant opening hours: Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday at 6.30pm/6.45pm/7.00pm/7.15pm/7.30pm. Corporate event (breakfast, lunch or dinner) upon request.

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