Dining in the Dark.
A unique gastronomic experience with Cam Sight, at a new venue at
The Red House, Longstowe.
Wearing a blindfold to open your eyes to food…
Blind-tasting wine is an established concept; but blind-tasting food is just as fascinating. You can challenge your tastebuds, and your culinary knowledge, at this popular event. Can you identify ingredients when you can’t see the delicious food on your plate? Even if your table doesn’t win the bottle of champagne awarded for the best guesses, dining in the dark means you’ll appreciate textures, tastes and conversation in a totally different way.
How does it work?
You’ll be given 3 tasty finger-food morsels for starters, and 3 for pudding, to be tasted ‘blind’ so you can compete for the prize to guess what you are eating. But blindfolds off for the main course, knives and forks allowed, to let you to enjoy your choice in a more conventional way.
This popular event is moving venue to ‘The Red House’ at Longstowe
20 minutes from Cambridge on the A1198, halfway between Wimpole and Cambourne, The Red House is an old coaching inn with loads of atmosphere, specializing in well sourced traditional English food. Why not organize a table of friends for a great evening? Or mix in with other couples on the night.
Dining in the Dark
£39 per head for a 3 course meal with coffee
7.30pm, Friday 25 November, 2011
To book a table please send a cheque to:
Cam Sight, 167 Green End Road, Cambridge, CB4 1RW.
Credit card payments can also be taken, please phone Becky 01223 420033 or email@example.com
Please note, payment for the event is taken in advance and no refund will be offered if the booking is cancelled unless the places can be filled from the waiting list. This will help to ensure the event raises the maximum amount towards the work of Cam Sight supporting local people with sight loss.
This is a fundraising charity event for Cam Sight.