Would you wait with 11,000 other people to dine naked at a restaurant?
The eatery, called Bunyadi, offers customers the chance to ‘experience liberation’ by dining on natural foods, candlelight, and even edible tableware
A upcoming London restaurant says it will offer the opportunity to dine in the nude - and there is already a waiting list of over 11,700 people.
The eatery, called Bunyadi, offers customers the chance to ‘experience liberation’ by dining on natural foods by candlelight. Even the tableware will be edible.
“We believe people should get the chance to enjoy and experience a night out without any impurities,” said Seb Lyall the restaurant’s founder, according to a press release.
“No doubt, this has been the most challenging project for us yet.”
The restaurant will offer changing rooms, gowns and lockers for those who wish to try dining with no clothes on, while bamboo screens will separate the clothed diners from the naked.
Perhaps mercifully for some, no phones will be allowed in the restaurant, which is set to open in June.
The restaurant follows a pop-up concept, with plans to operate for three months and then close. It will seat 42 diners.
Lollipop, the restaurateurs who are launching Bunyadi, are known for original dining concepts. They previously opened a themed cocktail bar based on the popular US TV hit Breaking Bad.