Café en Seine launches new ‘Sensory Supper’

One of Dublin’s most-beloved city centre restaurants has launched an exciting new dining experience like none you’ve ever seen before.

The beautiful Café en Seine, set just off Dublin’s iconic Grafton Street, has launched an exciting new ‘sensory supper’.

House of Peroni designed the unique dining experience to delight all five senses through a combination of food, drinks, music, lighting, and more.

Whether you fancy trying something new or want to impress a date, this exciting new ‘sensory supper’ is one not to miss in Dublin City this year.

Delighting the senses – an all-consuming experience

Café en Seine offering exciting new Sensory Supper.
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Do you want something a little more from your restaurant experience? If so, the new ‘sensory supper’ at Café en Seine could be the perfect event for you.

To celebrate the launch of their new Peroni Nastro Azzurro 0.0%, House of Peroni has teamed up with the iconic Dublin restaurant to offer diners in the city a truly one-of-a-kind experience.

With the aim of delighting all five senses at one time, the ‘sensory supper’ will redefine the meaning of dining out.

The ultimate glamorous dining experience – Café en Seine launches new ‘Sensory Supper’

Peroni are working on the event.
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Nestled on Dublin’s upscale Dawson Street, Café en Seine is steeped in Dublin’s rich history. First opened in 1993, many recognise the iconic Dublin eatery for its Art Deco interiors and an upscale atmosphere.

The expert team, led by head chef Stephen Gibson, is bringing an exciting new five-course menu this April that focuses on not just taste. Rather, the experience will delight your sense of smell, touch, hearing, and sight as well.

The menu will be carefully curated to emulate the iconic Italian flavours associated with the House of Peroni brand. So, you’ll be forgiven for thinking you’ve been whisked away to the Amalfi Coast.

Each of the five courses will focus on a particular sense. Featuring dishes such as sea bream crudo and crispy lamb breast, this is sure to be a dining experience like none other.

Heighten your experience – taking over your senses

Café en Seine launches new Sensory Supper.
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Do you want to elevate your experience of the ‘sensory supper’ at Café en Seine that little bit more? If so, you can use a blindfold to wear for certain courses. This will, in turn, heighten the experience for their other senses aside from sight.

The experience will cater for various dietary requirements, and a vegetarian menu will be provided for diners who pre-register. Each course will come with a unique drinks pairing.

Guests can choose from either a Peroni 0.0%, Peroni Nastro Azzuro or a Peroni cocktail.

Not just any dining experience – carefully curated entertainment

Alice Marr and Peter Ungless will be hosting on the night.
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If you’re planning to impress a date, this experience is sure to cater. Heightening the feeling of romance on the night, First Dates Ireland stars Pete Ungless and Alice Marr will be hosting the event to make sure all guests are feeling the love.

Unglass and Marr will not only ensure diners have an unforgettable dining experience; they will also be hosting challenges and giving guests the chance to win exclusive prizes.

As well as this, Dr Shane Cassidy, founder and Lead Music Therapist at Neurolinks, has curated a special playlist to heighten the mood and atmosphere on the night

The one-off event will take place on Friday, 15 April. There is one sitting at 5:30 pm and one at 8:30 pm. Tickets are priced at €55 and include a five-course menu with drinks pairings.

More info and tickets: HERE.

Address: 40 Dawson St, Dublin, Ireland

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