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This is the first time i eat at ONOIR. The food was OK but i think it's kinda expensive for that so little quantity. People is yelling everywhere, but i think this is normal. When people losing the vision, they start yelling more to make sure to be understand. Well the expensive still special because it the first time we eat in a total blackout.
Outing Type: Casual
Based on an original idea from Switzerland, where blind pastor Jorge Spielmann covered the eyes of his guests to share his experience with them, O'noir lets you rediscover dining by turning out the lights. In the dark, your other senses become more intense. Service is provided by blind wait staff, and a portion of the profits goes to local associations serving the blind. Menu items include marinated wild mushrooms with feta cheese and mint, served on a bed of green salad; sautéed shrimp with coconut sauce; and pearl barley with dried tomatoes and herbs, served with broccoli and sautéed peppers.
Eating in total darkness is quite an experience! Why not visit O’noir with a group of friends or with your family? Memorable anecdotes are guaranteed! The menu offers a variety of dishes, including pork tenderloin, grilled beef shoulder fillet and fresh pasta with lobster.