Noire Dubai launches ‘bone-chilling’ haunted dining experience

Up for dining in a pitch-dark creepy hospital canteen?

Noire Dubai launches ‘bone-chilling’ haunted dining experience

Ready for some chills this Halloween? Fairmont Dubai, is launching an utterly bone-chilling experience.

Prepared to be scared while tucking into a gourmet dinner, all in the complete darkeness.

Dubai’s dining in the dark concept Noire is setting up a very creepy ‘Pitch-Dark Hospital Dining’ experience throughout the scariest month of the year. It’s like our worst nightmares coming true while tucking into a three-course menu.

Kicking off all the scares on Tuesday October 1 until the spookiest day of the year, Thursday October 31, the dinner will take place in a "haunted hospital canteen" You may not see anything scary, but you'll definitely hear it...

Brave diners can get in on the 90-minute dinner of frights from Mondays to Saturdays at 7.30pm onwards. There will also be a post-dining reception (this time with the lights on) to discuss the featured menu with the “ch(i)ef-surgeon”. Apparently, it won’t be for the faint of heart.

The terrifying multi-sensory dining experience is priced from Dhs360 for the soft drinks package and Dhs399 for grape.

For some other fine-dining experience that won’t make you shriek, check out these top spots to try out.

Want more scared? Tonight (Sunday September 15) is your last chance to watch IT Chapter Two at Dubai Opera, just to offer some extra spooky events to do.

Dine if you dare…
Dhs360 (soft drinks), Dhs399 (grape pairing). Tue Oct 1-Thu Oct 31, Mon-Sat 7.30pm-9pm. (04 311 8316).

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