When it opened, "Blind Man's Bluff" was the world's first "dark restaurant," where you're in darkness for the duration of your meal. We can't comment on the interior of the restaurant or the appearance of the food as we couldn't see any of it. Before you enter the dining room, you must remove all phones, watches, or any other objects that may generate light, and place them in a safe. You are then led by a blind or partially sighted person through a series of heavy curtains to your table. At this point you are in total darkness and probably a little disoriented. It's then time to choose between a meat, fish or vegetarian "surprise" three-course meal, and then sit back as your senses of touch, hearing, and taste come to the fore. Reservations are essential.