According to the news published in the Washington Post, London’s first nude restaurant is about to open in the month of June this year having the waiting list of 16000 names long. Read more here about this most sought after place in the world.
If there’s one person qualified to tout the benefits of dining in the nude, it’s Seb Lyall.
The London restaurateur, known for opening some of the city’s most innovative dining concepts, eats his breakfast bare-bottomed each morning – assuming he’s not cooking with hot oil. “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.”
The space he’s was talking about is the Bunyadi, a clothing-optional, pop-up restaurant scheduled to open in London in June.
The response, Lyall said, has been overwhelming, with a waiting list more than 16,000 names long. Lyall said he expects the number to soar in the coming months.
The idea behind the restaurant sounds simple: Create a dining experience that is stripped of modern, industrialized impurities, such as artificial colors, chemicals and gas, metal and plastic in the kitchen and electric lights, smartphones and clothing in the dining area.