Nude restaurant to open in London for the summer

Leave the neck tie at home.

This summer, a new restaurant in London

will allows diners to eat in the nude.

A new pop-up restaurant in London called The Bunyadi will give diners the option to chow down in the buff starting in June.
Launched by Lollipop, the creators of “Breaking Bad”-inspired bar ABQ, the spot will “take diners to a beginning where everything was fresh, free and unadulterated from the trappings of modern life,” according to a press release.

There will be bamboo partitions between the tables at the new naked restaurant in London.

The eatery will feature wood-flame grilled food served on handmade clay plates with edible cutlery “in a space voice of the industrialized-world’s modern trappings.”
“We believe people should get the chance to enjoy and experience a night out without any impurities: no chemicals, no artificial colors, no electricity, no gas, no phone and even no clothes if they wish to,” said Lollipop founder Seb Lyall.
“The idea is to experience true liberation.”

The nude dining establishment will feature minimalist decor.

However, not everyone has to be liberated. The central London space will be divided into two sections — one for the clothed and one for those choosing to fill their bellies in their birthday suits.
The decor will be minimalist, with bamboo partitions and wood-hewn furniture.
“We have worked very hard to design a space where everything patrons interact with is bare and naked,” Lyall said.

The Bunyadi is all set for dining in the buff starting in June.

Although the possibility of spilling hot food in one’s lap or being eye-level with the wrong kind of sausages may not be appealing to everyone, there are plenty of people who are interested. As of Wednesday morning, there were already more than 4,600 people on the wait list.
If dining in the nude sounds fun, better sign up quick — the pop-up dining spot will only be open for three months.

Daily News


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