* DID - Dine in the Dark is closed on February 19 due to prohibition of alcohol sales by Thai law due to religioius holiday.
It’s lights out for love at Dine in the Dark. The one-of-a-kind experience will serve a special surprise Valentine’s Day menu. Dining in complete darkness, DID is a journey for all your senses – except one. Dare you step out of your comfort zone this Valentine’s Day?
Price: THB 3,800++ per couple including a welcome glass of Prosecco, chocolates, and a rose for your loved one.
At Dine in the Dark, in January and February our secret menu can be paired with 3 signature vodka-based cocktails created by an Absolut Master Mixologist.
Wine pairings are also available.
DID is a journey for all your senses – except one.
Dare you step out of your comfort zone?
An illuminating culinary journey into the world of the visually impaired
Dine in the Dark is an extraordinary culinary experience designed to raise awareness about blindness and raise funds for local charities dedicated to enriching the lives of the visually impaired. It was pioneered in Zurich by a Swiss socialite and trendsetter who happened to be blind. By 1999 the growing popularity of the concept expanded into becoming a fine dining restaurant and social club. Since then, the concept has spread to Germany, Paris, London, and now, Bangkok at Sheraton Grande Sukhumvit.
We invite you to embark on a journey of sensory awareness while attended by visually impaired guides.
For each diner, the hotel will make a donation to the Foundation for the Blind in Thailand.
Dine in the dark allows you to get in touch with all of your senses – except one.
Switch off the lights and turn on your senses at “Dine in the Dark”.
*** The Dine in the Dark experience is only recommended for children 12 years of age or older and accompanied by parents.
- Dine in the Dark