We know what you're thinking: people in restaurants definitely wear too much clothing. Who wants to pay for a pricey meal (and a few cocktails to boot) surrounded by diners who just aren't already naked? What kind of fascist, totalitarian society is this?
Well, freebirds, your time has come. Spread your wings, spread your legs, and spread that napkin over your lap because a naked restaurant (sans third-world atmosphere) has opened up in London. The Bunyadi, as it's called, is a pop-up eatery that takes the naked concept quite seriously - yep, that means all natural food, clay plates, and even edible cutlery. There are both vegan and non-vegan options for the five-course tasting menu, which will feature dishes like goji-berry-and-coriander steak tartare and courgette flowers stuffed with sundried tomatoes served with cauliflower couscous. Yum. Just be sure not to get any tartare in your hoo-ha, ladies.
Unsurprisingly, the decor is au naturel as well, so expect lots of wood, bamboo, and candlelight if you make it in. With over 40,000 on the waitlist already, you might have to give that low-key Duke you met studying abroad a call to give you a boost.
Here's a sneak peek:
[Photos via @tashoakley, The Bunyadi]