London is set to have its first "clothing-optional" restaurant—a dining experience definitely like no other.
The Bunyadi is set to open on June this year, and as of this writing, the pop-up restaurant has already 26,326 people in its waiting list, where you can also reserve tickets.
Seb Lyall, founder of Lollipop, a company that specializes in one-of-a-kind pop-up food spots, will make nude dining available for three months, which means the restaurant will be around until September. Previous projects by Lyall and Co. include a Breaking Bad-themed cocktail bar and an aviary-slash-smoothie place, wherein customers can chill in the company of six owls.
Obviously, a lot of Londoners are excited about the possibility of dining naked. However, nudity in the restaurant is discretionary.
The Bunyadi will feature two sections: a "pure" section where naked people can eat, and a clothed section. Photography is prohibited in both sections.
According to the restaurant's website, guests will be entertained in a "Pangea-like world" by using only natural and homegrown ingredients in their food. Dining at The Bunyundi reportedly starts at around $80 for a five-course meal.
The idea behind the Bunyadi is to provide a restaurant free from all the trappings of the modern world—"no chemicals, no artificial colors, no electricity, no gas, no phone and even no clothes if [patrons] wish to." Food will be cooked on a wood-flame grill and served on handmade clay crockery along with edible cutlery.
Lyall says the Bunyadi will allow its guests to "experience true liberation."
If you're interested in this all-natural, au naturel eating experience, click here to put your name on the waiting list.