Exclusive: this is what it’s like to eat at the naked restaurant
Next week, London’s first ‘naked restaurant’ opens. As you may remember, the idea behind The Bunyadi is a kinda back-to-nature vibe, where staff and customers are unclothed, phones are banned and there’s no electricity – with food being cooked over a fire and light coming from candles. A full week ahead of the public launch, we stripped off and went to eat dinner with unclothed guests.
First, you pull aside the velvet curtain and enter The Bunyadi’s bar area, which could easily be a high-end spa. After ordering a drink, you’re ushered into a private changing room and instructed to remove your clothes, put all worldly possessions in a locker and change into a robe. Back into the bar, guests sipped cocktails and made small talk in white towelling robes. But instead of a post-facial glow, there was a pre-naked glow about the place; each guest eyeing the door, gearing up to be called through to the restaurant to dine in the buff.
read more – Source: Time Out