Are you ready to dine in the dark?
Get set for a culinary experience like no other… Step into the National Wine Centre on Friday 6 May 2022 and enter a world where your notion of taste and smell are truly tested.
Established in 2014, Dinner in the Dark is the first of its kind in the state and raises funds for vital services to support South Australian children who are blind, deaf or sensory challenged.
Executive chef Steven Clark will send you on a mystery three-course journey of intriguing pairings, innovative textures and unknown flavour combinations to ignite the senses. Each table will be hosted by a prominent local South Australian winemaker, who will expertly pair their unique wines to each course.
You will be blindfolded as you enjoy this three-course menu, allowing your other senses to take over the dining experience.
Proceeds raised from this event will support South Australia’s oldest charitable service provider, Can:Do 4Kids.
Please note due to current COVID restrictions, we can only seat guests on tables in groups of 8 or 9. If your booking is for less than 8 or 9 guests, you will be seated with other guests at random unless requested otherwise. Government regulations will be closely monitored and any changes to event capacity will be communicated prior to the event.
Dinner in the Dark is a part of the 2022 Tasting Australia program. Tasting Australia is Australia’s premier eating and drinking festival, celebrating all things South Australia to the rest of the country and world. For 10 days, Tasting Australia is your passport to the premium, unprecedented eating and drinking experiences that only South Australia can offer.
This event would not be possible without the support of our event partners and supporters. Please click here to learn more.