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This Summer, London Is Getting Its First Nude Restaurant

This Summer, London Is Getting Its First Nude Restaurant: Bunyadi

Bunyadi

Love to dine out, but hate doing it in those pesky clothes? Then perhaps you’ll be excited to learn of the Bunyadi, a clothing-optional pop=up scheduled to open in London this June.

The concept was developed by acclaimed London restaurateur Sebastian Lyall (one of the mastermind’s behind London’s ABQ, a Breaking Bad themed bar) who told the Washington Post that the idea came to him because he so often enjoys breakfast in the nude.

“It’s liberating,” he told The Washington Post. “It’s fun and sometimes the neighbors watch — fine, whatever. It’s my home and my space, and that’s kind of the space we’re trying to create in the restaurant — our own little space. It will be fascinating what the response is.”

So far, over twenty thousand have responded to reserve spots on Bunyadi’s waiting list, and Lyall is certainly expecting that number to grow ever higher as the restaurant’s opening draws nearer.

A listing on Bunyadi’s website declares it to be “London’s Purest Restaurant,”, and the accompanying press release describes an incredible “Pangea-like world,” designed to offer diners a truly unique eating experience.

Bunyadi

Bunyadi

Bunyadi

Bunyadi

Patrons will be invited to change their clothes at lockers before they enter the restaurant, and tables will be separated by curtains of bamboo and other natural materials. Diners will be asked to sit on robes (that can be kept after the meal) to enjoy an eating experience free from cell phones and electric lighting, with diners eating wood-grilled meats and extensive vegan options via edible cutlery. The kitchen staff will be wearing conventional chef attire, but waiters will only be wearing enough so as to be hygenic when serving meals.

Bunyadi will be open for three months, and is expected to cost about $90 per diner. You can add your name to the registry to receive information about a reservation here, and you can comfortably practice dining nude at home right now.

H/t Washington Post

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