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With nearly 2 million visitors around the world since 2004, Dans le Noir ? , the cult dining international phenomenon is coming to Brussels. After Paris, London, Madrid, Auckland, St Petersburg, Cairo, Nantes and Bordeaux, also via Melbourne, Barcelona or Marrakech, Casablanca and recently Strasbourg. The inclusive concept of the eponymous group “Dans le Noir ? «  settles in Brussels in partnership with the Warwick Brussels, from April, 2021 *.

The Dining in the Dark Experience will be open to the public three evenings a week, Thursday through Saturday from 7.15pm. The guests will enjoy a 100% surprise menu with a starter, main course, dessert with or without wine pairing. They will be served and guided by a team of visually impaired guides, to live a unique experience, a moment rich in sharing and questioning, particularly on their perception of taste or their relationship to others.

The guides-waiters will be recruited with the help of the Braille League, which to support this project, broadcasts the job offer in its network. They will then be trained by Dans le Noir ? team of experts :

Because even in times of crisis, our commitment continues to develop our concept and contribute to the integration of people with disabilities into the mainstream [….] Warwick Brussels shares our values and seizes the opportunity of this new project inclusive to boost its model. 

Chanael Lenoir, Dans le Noir ? Head of International Development


• Dinners on Thursday, Friday and Saturday evening
• 3 course meals from 54€
• Restaurant located within Warwick Brussels Hotel Rue Duquesnoy 5, 1000 Brussels, Belgium
• Booking required:
• Gift vouchers available now:
• Private party and corporate events (team building …) possible upon request

Safety at the heart of the experience:

Dans le Noir ? group has implemented strict safety and health measures in its establishments to protect its visitors and its teams. In particular, the brand has equipped its restaurants with high-performance AIRVIA MEDICAL filters used in medical settings, to guarantee the quality of the air in its venues. These machines filter and destroy viruses and bacteria down to 0.1 Micron (COVID having a minimum size of 0.6 Micron).

Watch the video regarding health and safety measures in place in Paris’s venue:

*subject to governement guidelines