Dining in absolute darkness, being hosted and served by the visually impaired, will change your perspective of the world by inverting your point of view. It is a sensory experience that awakes your senses and enables you to completely re-evaluate your perception …
Dining in absolute darkness, being hosted and served by the visually impaired, will change your perspective of the world by inverting your point of view. It is a sensory experience that awakes your senses and enables you to completely re-evaluate your perception of taste and smell.
It is also a social experience where darkness frees inhibitions and fosters a conviviality without preconceptions. A human experience where those with visual impairments become our eyes and guides for a short time in an intriguing, sensual world. Discover the famous “Dans le Noir?” surprise menus created with the assistance of the chef Thi Muller and accompanied by a wine list selected by Jérôme Barret, œnology expert.
Plunge into your imagination to rediscover your senses and meet others. Our event planning and consulting divisions (Ethik Event and Ethik Management) are trying to share this experience in Europe with large companies and institutions, to develop a positive perception of the difference.
A unique human, sensory experience and a great place to socialize in the heart of Paris. A place that kills preconceptions and bring a lot of interesting questions to your mind in a fun and surprising environement. Unlike other places this restaurant is totally devoid of vanity.
Dans le noir ?
Our surprise menus
With Thi Muller and Jeremy Niquet two talented chef who creates our menus but also Jérôme Barret our wine consultant and an international winemaker, embark you on a sensory experience that awakes your senses and enables you to completely re-evaluate your perception of taste and smell…
“Alone we are faster, together we go further !” African Proverb
Dans Le Noir ? A Light For Africa is an independent program piloted by Ethik Investment, a company specialised in social innovation, that has 50% of its employees in handicapped situation, mainly blind people and the internationally known French NGO, Aide et Action.
The goal is to gather corporate sponsors, in particular SMEs, foundations or public institutions. In order to be part of, for an affordable price, the electrification and informatisation of school institutions of sub-Saharan african villages.