Dining in the dark to offer unique sensory experience
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A culinary event with a difference is coming to Norfolk this week.
Dining In The Dark offers diners a unique sensory experience, allowing them to taste, sound and smell as never before.
The event hosted by the Brasteds restaurant in Framingham Pigot is in aid of the Norfolk and Norwich Association for the Blind (NNAB) and will take place on Friday, March 16 at 7pm.
Diners will be wearing blindfolds as they eat a three course meal.
Donna Minto, event organiser from the NNAB, said: 'Dining in absolute darkness is a really sensory experience which makes you rediscover your taste and smell and removes preconceptions about food which all sighted people have from its appearance.'
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Members of the NNAB will be on hand to share their experiences of food and drink.
Tickets cost £40 including a three course dinner are avaliable from www.brasteds.co.uk or by calling 01508 491112
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