If you want to make a reservation at The Bunyadi, a new pop-up restaurant in the center of London, you might also want to begin going to a gym. The reason is not the food that might be fried or smothered in butter—not at all, the reason is the diners at The Bunyadi are encouraged to eat in the nude. The London’s first naked pop-up restaurant is the immediate project of Lollipop, a company that specializes in creative experiences. The Bunyadi is already gaining interest, thus, more than 11,000 people are waiting for the tickets.
The restaurant is outstanding for its peculiarities and rules. As compared with other eccentric restaurants the visitors of this one cannot post their photos on Instagram and other social outlets as there is a stern no-photography rule at The Bunyadi and ban of all kinds of devices. Seb Lyall, the founder of Lollipop restaurant believes that people should get a special opportunity to enjoy a night out without any impurities that is to say no chemicals, no artificial colors, no electricity, no gas, no phone, and even no clothes. Thus, the administration of the extraordinary restaurant intends to create a “closer to nature” atmosphere where the guests are seated on wooden furniture, which is being regularly sanitized. The diners are offered the most natural, organic, homegrown food which is being prepared on the fire and served in clay crockery. According to the founder the initiative is supposed to lead to true liberation. However if the idea of dining naked seems too liberating for some visitors, there is a section for those who want to keep themselves covered. The restaurant is divided into two sections. The one for naked visitors is separated by a bamboo partition from the other section intended for shyer ones. The restaurant can accommodate totally 42 diners who can relax and enjoy their meal under a canopy of candlelight.