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Dining in the Dark
Experience fine cuisine on a whole new level! An Inverurie sports venue known for its fine food is getting into the swing of things by giving diners an opportunity to experience some of their cuisine in a whole different way by Dining in the Dark!
A Banquet in the Dark takes place at The Montgomery Restaurant at Inverurie Golf Club, Aberdeenshire on Friday 30th November at 6.30pm for 7pm. Diners will be treated to a 4-course meal and a glass of Prosecco on arrival and the fact that the food will be enjoyed whilst attendees wear blindfolds will awaken their taste buds!
The dining in the dark evening is organised by North East Sensory Services and all proceeds are going to the charity that supports anyone affected by a sight or hearing loss in the North East of Scotland.
Neil Skene Fundraising Co-ordinator with NESS said:
This is a fantastic opportunity to enjoy fine food, and to really appreciate the taste and textures, the real challenge is not so much in the eating, but the pressure is on the chefs as the diners will have no visual distractions, so their taste buds will be the judges, so often people eat with their eyes which can often mean they prejudge the flavours, well not on this occasion!
Tickets cost Â£30 and are still available online at www.nesensoryservices.org
or by calling 01224 792954.
The Charity North East Sensory Services is a local independent charity with the main aim of achieving independence for blind and deaf people. It is the first integrated joint sensory service in Scotland and delivers much needed information, equipment and support.
More information on what this amazing charity does can be found online at: www.nesensoryservices.org
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