After being guided in like a herd of baby elephants and gently escorted to our seats we were introduced to the table layout: where to find the starter, main course and pudding, bread and wine glass. The experience is set in total darkness which meant every other sense becomes very acute. Sitting with strangers around a table in the pitch black was unnerving at first but soon you become accustomed and you rely on your hearing, smell, taste and touch (each has a role to play) to relish the spectacle on offer. The food is not out of this world but was certainly passable and they catered for my wife a gluten free meal.
But the real star here is show.
The music is so evocative that at one stage I looked up to where the ceiling might be and my mind started playing tricks on me. The brain tries to make sense of the music, sounds and smells and leaves the imagination to fill in the detail. A truly immersive experience, a lot of fun and a piece of theatre in Buenos Aires that you don't need to speak Spanish to enjoy.
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