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London's first naked restaurant Bunyadi will open on June 11 and internet is already crazy about it!
Ever heard of a dinning place where you shed your clothes to dine? Well, in a unique experience for those diners who have that back-to-nature vibe, Buniyadi, which opens for public on June 11, 2016, in the British capital, London, customers will be able to dine unclothed, without their mobile phones and in total absence of electricity.

Bunyadi – meaning fundamental, basic or natural – is the latest idea from Lollipop, the people behind the cocktail bar ABQ.

Founder of Lollipop, Seb Lyall said, "We believe people should get the chance to enjoy and experience a night out without any impurities: no chemical, no artificial colour, no electricity, no gas, no phone and even no clothes if they wish to. The idea is to experience true liberation."

According to Lyall, stripping is legal in UK, even in the streets, so he decided to bring it to a confined, private space.

Buniyadi is based on the concept of giving freedom to Homo sapiens from the trappings of modern life. The restaurant is a totally technology free zone, where no electrical devices are used in cooking food. The food is alternatively cooked using wood fire and the only source of light in the dinning area is the light emanating from candles. Apart from this, the food prepared is also devoid of any preservatives.

The restaurant is a 42-seat place, with already a waiting list of 45,330 people, according to their website, and it will remain open only for three months. The first diners, who went and dined at the undisclosed venue on invitation have praised the food and the ambiance and their sheer experience of freedom.

On entering Buniyadi, you reach the place's bar area, which resembles somewhat to a high-end spa. After you order your drink, you are ushered into a changing room, where you change into a white towel robe and secure your worldly possessions in a locker. Then customers are taken to their private dining tables separated by bamboo curtains by waitresses wearing nothing but well-placed fig leaves. The bamboo curtains in the dinning area are part-see through to stimulate the brain, yet hidden enough to give a feeling of privacy.

The guests once in the dinning area, take off their robes and order their choice between vegan and non-vegan in the five-course meal. The cost of a five-course meal at Buniyadi is 55-65 GBP. The food is served in Flintstones-esque clay crockery and edible cutlery made of bread or vegetables.

And for those who feel shy of stripping, the place also offers a non-naked dinning area. The restaurant has already marked its online presence through Facebook and its website. In short, Buniyadi is a dinning experience to strip for.

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