We recently had the four course tasting menu and thought it was wonderful. We got to try eight different dishes so it was a pretty good sampling of what was on the night's menu. The standouts were the shrimp fritters which were crispy and incredibly flavorful. They were served with three different sauces, one more tasty than the other. The guinea hen was also delicious as was the red snapper. The lentil/vegetable hash under the hen was so good it could have been its own dish. Everything else we tried was also very good. The wine parings were very good and very interesting. With the desert course the sorbet with raspberry-mint sauce was served with a sparkling shiraz by Shingleback which was unbelievable. Not something that I would normally even try, but that's what's so good about a tasting menu.
Anyway, what I wanted to know is if anyone's tried the dining in the dark menu and what did you think? We will definitely be going back, but it does seem like it would be a fun thing to do.