London to open a restaurant where diners are nude
Around 32000 people are on the waitlist of the nude restaurant to be opened in London this summer.
For those who would like to eat food naked, the queue is very, very long. Very soon, people in London, in what can be termed as a social experiment, will be presented the freedom to dine in the nude at this new restaurant that is being set up in the city. A restaurant named The Bunyadi will offer the option to diners to have their meals naked - a naked food experience. Reports suggest that this restaurant will be split into clothed and unclothed sections, and even feature staff in the nude.
Opening in June, the central London venue will offer gowns, changing rooms and lockers to guests who choose to have their meals nude. Only 42 diners a time will fit in the restaurant. The location has not been revealed yet.
The Bunyadi will extend its naked theme to the menu, with vegan and non-vegan dishes made with all-natural ingredients and cooking methods, and served on handmade clay plates with edible cutlery, according to a press release.
The idea is to experience true liberation," Seb Lyall, the founder of Lollipop, promoters of the restaurant, said in the release. "People should get the chance to enjoy and experience a night out without any impurities: no chemicals, no artificial colours, no electricity, no gas, no phone and even no clothes if they wish to."
The Bunyadi - a Hindi term meaning 'fundamental', 'base' or 'natural' - is the latest creation from Lollipop, the company behind Shoreditch's Breaking Bad cocktail bar, ABQ London.