Earlier this year London gained itself a restaurant with a difference when The Bunyadi stripped open its doors in Elephant and Castle.
Offering diners the opportunity to eat completely naked, the adventurous pop-up quickly became a resounding success and so its owners have decided to spread the nude experience.
According to the Evening Standard, the venue’s founder, Seb Lyall, is currently hunting for a new site in the British capital to allow more foodies the unique opportunity to dine naked by candlelight.
As with the pilot project, diners will be given a locker and robe before having their phones confiscated.
They will then be seated at a discreet table, where they can choose to protect their dignity or drop the robe altogether.
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