Naked restaurants have drawn eager customers from London to Tokyo—and now one is looking to open in Paris.
The Bunyadi, which launched in London in May with 46,000 people on its waiting list, now aims to set up a pop-up restaurant in Paris this September, giving French diners their own opportunity to eat while totally nude.
Its founder, Seb Lyall, told the UK’s Country & Town House magazine: “I’m excited to be going to Paris. We’ll be taking our team there and finding a venue—there are three possibilities at the moment. People came over from Paris, people in the industry, and said ‘we’d love you to open over here. Here are some options.'”
He added: “It’s been really hot in London and our current venue isn’t suitable for our plans to grow. It’s been warm and there’s no air conditioning. We’ve had a fantastic two months and now we need to move on.”
The concept will remain the same, with the restaurant still offering a mixture of vegan and non-vegan dishes.
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