Come as you are, come as you are! If you like to bare it all, and enjoy your meal without having to worry about possibly staining your clothes, there’s a restaurant just for you. Enter The Bunyadi, (Bon/Ya/Dee) Hindi for fundamental, base or natural, and London’s first naked restaurant.
Nudity is legal in the UK, and over 40,000 signed up for the private tasting and flooded the site with positive reviews, proving the concept a massive hit. The experience lasts for 1 hour and 45 minutes where you get to indulge in a 5 course meal with both vegan and non vegan offerings all with a touch of nature. With the purpose to ‘free us from the modern trappings of life’ and make you one with nature, they’ve banned cellphones for all you shutter happy selfie addicts and fire, because fire. Since safety comes first, no hot soup bowls are allowed incase you accidentally spill some on your happy places. The staff don’t get left out either. They cover up here and there so that guests don’t feel uncomfortable about being naked.
The furniture is made out of carved wood and guests are advised to use gowns as pillows for their seats just incase you feel a little bit insecure about a previous naked butt that occupied your space. So, if you feeling a little bit adventurous, or you just don’t like your clothes anymore and you happen to be in London, dinner is Ksh. 9873 per person, and comes with a gown and slippers which you get to take home.