Dine in the Dark Bangkok 
Located at 250 Sukhumvit Road · Bangkok  · 
Thailand · 
Phone: 66 (0) 2649 8358 · 
Fax: 66 (0) 2649 8000 · 

Special Wine Pairings Menu

Dine in the Dark has now introduced a special Wine Pairings menu to complement the choice of Asian, Western, Vegetarian, and Surprise menus, each served in total darkness by our visually impaired team.

Diners choosing the Wine Pairings menu will be welcomed will glass of sparkling wine followed by a special 3-course surprise dinner. Each dish will be accompanied by wines carefully chosen by our sommelier to enhance your gourmet evening. Deprived of sight, you will discover your remaining senses are heightened, the aroma and taste of the cuisine and wines enhanced, and the conversation with fellow diners will flow.

Other choices at Dine in the Dark include our popular 4-course Asian, Western, Vegetarian, and Surprise menus. At the end of the memorable dinner, the gourmet cuisine is revealed to diners.

Dine in the Dark is an extraordinary culinary experience designed to raise awareness about blindness and raise funds for local charities dedicated to enriching the life the visually impaired. It was pioneered in Zurich by a Swiss socialite and trendsetter who happened to be blind. By 1999 the growing popularity of the concept expanded into becoming a fine dining restaurant and social club. Since then, the concept has spread to Germany, Paris, London, and now, Bangkok at Sheraton Grande Sukhumvit.

Enjoy Wine Pairings menu, 2,600 Baht++ per person including wine pairings. Or allow our regular 4-course menu to impress you with choice of Asian, Western, Vegetarian or Surprise, 1,450 Baht++ for food only.

For each diner, the hotel will make a donate to the Foundation for the Blind in Thailand.

Dine in the dark allows you to get in touch with all of your senses – except one.

Experience Dine in the Dark from 18.30 hours, Monday – Saturday (last order 21.30 hours). Advance reservations recommended.

The Dine in the Dark experience is only recommended for children 12 years of age or older and accompanied by parents.