For NPR, Adam Burke has a nice piece on a restaurant in Zurich, Switzerland called the Blind Cow. “Diners eat in complete darkness and are served by blind waitresses.”
… and during a toast, he hits her in the head with a wine glass …
But it actually sounds like a fascinating experience. It would be interesting to see how the sense of taste was affected/enhanced by the diminution of visual input. Wondered while I listened whether the chefs put much energy into presentation (appearance) of the food. And whether anyone has ever snapped on the lights in a panic, or out of habit, and how the diners would react.