Once diners get inside, remove their clothes and relinquish their smartphones, they will chose between two menus: naked non-vegan and naked vegan. The former features goji berry steak tartare with stinging nettle oil and cured salmon with seaweed salad. The latter features a sweet and salty "forage plate" and an asparagus dish with salted almonds, pickled red onion and melon. Both go for £69, which also gets you a robe and slippers. Wine (which you will probably need a lot of) is extra.
The team hosted a preview dinner earlier this week, and so far, the reactions are positive. One guest commented on Facebook: "Naked waiters, naked food and naked from modern-day technology—it's simply just you and the people around you."
While it's easy to have dinner at home in the nude (what, you've never tried it?), what the team at The Bunyadi is pushing for is something more akin to "a secret Pangea-like world, free from phones, electric lights and even clothing (optional)," to quote the website. And to "revisit the beginning where everything was fresh, free and unadulterated from the trappings of modern life." In the middle of a busy week, that doesn't sound so bad.
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