A commitment to blind and partially sighted people.
blindekuh is one of the largest private-sector employers for people with impaired vision. In our restaurants and through our cultural activities, we create valuable jobs, foster dialogue between sighted people and those with visual impairments, and open up new perspectives for young and old alike.
blindekuh – the name means "Blind Man's Buff" in German – was founded in 1999 and was the first establishment of its kind in the world. Our businesses are sponsored by the blindekuh Foundation.
Definitely a place to be seen ...
Experience pleasure in its most intense form as you rely on only four of your senses. Can you tell the difference between the red wine and the white? Can you manoeuvre your fork to your lips? Our darkroom professionals will guide you safely through this culinary adventure.
You don't eat with your eyes here.
Dining at blindekuh is a treat for all your senses, even though your eyes won't take part in the feast. Our creative kitchen team will conjure up delicacies on your plate that don't need to be seen to be believed – fresh, seasonal and always a surprise.
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Experience entertainment in a new light.
From nail-biting thrillers to sizzling-hot concerts – the tingle factor is always part of the programme at blindekuh. If you listen in the dark, you hear more intensely. Many renowned artistes have already appeared here – and tonight's star may even be sitting unseen at your table!
Give someone a really brilliant treat!
Give an enlightening experience as a gift! Make a present of unforgettable moments without vision to someone and support blindekuh at the same time. You can also book our premises for private occasions such as family celebrations, company parties or other events.
The Swiss Federal Government has implemented a national 7 pm curfew for restaurants. This regulation will be in place from December 12th until January 22nd. Unfortunately, it is not economically viable for us to keep our restaurant open under these conditions. The blindekuh will therefore remain temporarily closed as from Saturday, December 12th. We regret having to make this decision and look forward to welcoming you again soon.