A pop-up restaurant in London is taking natural to a whole new level.
Bunyadi, operated by a company called Lollipop, is scheduled to open in the United Kingdom’s capital in June. Customers can decide whether they would like to dine in the nude. Those that do will be offered a locker to store their clothes, and they will be given a robe to wear as they make their way to the “naked section.” Tables are separated by bamboo partitions, and photography will not be permitted.
“We believe people should get the chance to enjoy and experience a night out without any impurities,” Lollipop founder Seb Lyall told the Daily Mail. “No chemicals, no artificial colors, no electricity, no gas, no phone, and even no clothes if they wish to. The idea is to experience true liberation.”
The Daily Mail reports that Bunyadi already has a waiting list of almost 10,000 people. That’s unfortunate news for about 7,000 of them, since the restaurant can seat just 42 diners at a time and Bunyadi will only be able to serve 3,000 people in the three months it will be open.
According to Bunyadi’s website, the atmosphere will be that of a “Pangea-like world, free from phones, electric lights, and even clothing.”