Dining In The Dark Heightens Sensory Eating Experience

Dining In The Dark Heightens Sensory Eating Experience
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Amsterdam restaurant CTaste promotes eating without seeing and advertises with a dimmed down poster.

Betsy Mead
  • 1 february 2013

Image and credits: The Inspiration Room

Food has already been extensively deconstructed a la molecular gastronomy, so now should it be eaten but not seen?

If CTaste’s ‘dark dining’ experience catches on, we might all be chowing down with the lights off. The restaurant recently released a dark, colorless poster to promote the dining experience, which it claims helps to make the meal-eating more sensory.

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