London first  naked restaurant, where people are free from any form of distraction  including phones, electric lights and even clothing is set to be open for three months from June 2016. The Bunyadi as it is called, already has a waiting list of more than 27,000. It has a capacity of forty-two and dinner will cost around £60 per person, and the specific location is so far undisclosed . 

According to The TelegraghUK, the website urges prospective diners to sign up in order to be notified when tickets go on sale: "First come first served basis".

Diners will be encouraged to disrobe and  “experience true liberation” while tucking into a tasting menu. On arrival, customers will be escorted to a changing room, asked to place their clothes and belongings in lockers and given a light gown. It is then up to them whether to remove the final item of clothing at the table. Tables will be partly obscured by bamboo screens, creating a semblance of privacy.  Large napkins will presumably be provided to prevent unfortunate burns.

The Bunyadi is the latest creation from Lollipop, the company behind Shoreditch's Breaking Bad cocktail bar, ABQ London. Founder Seb Lyall said: 
“I think it will appeal to vegans and naturists from all over the UK. It won’t be a first date venue but certainly second dates and dinner with friends.”
The venue in central London - its specific location is so far undisclosed - has a capacity of forty-two and dinner will cost around £60 per person

Source: UK Telegraph