I had lunch at London’s naked restaurant that has a waiting list of over 40,000 people — here’s the verdict
I’m not a naturist. I’ve never sunbathed topless or visited a nude beach. I don’t even walk around the gym changing room undressed.
And yet, here I am, sitting completely naked eating vegan food in a cubicle with two strangers somewhere in central London.
I’m at The Bunyadi, the city’s first nude pop-up restaurant that opens to the public today (Saturday, June 11).
Since the pop-up was announced in April, 46,000 people have applied for tickets, which cost £69 each. But The Bunyadi, open in a secret location for three months, only fits 42 people at a time.
The idea is that everything is naked – from the decor to the food, made with raw ingredients and cooked naturally. There’s no electricity and no phones.
It’s a place to “experience…
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