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French naked restaurant opens
    2017-12-12  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

PARIS now has its very own nude restaurant for anyone willing to dine in the buff.

The establishment is not Europe’s first. In the summer of 2016, London’s Bunyadi pop-up opened to an unsurprising degree of hype. Reviews were mixed.

And in January this year, a nude restaurant arrived in Tenerife. The founder was inspired by London’s naturist dining.

Now, Paris — perhaps the most suitable of the three locations, given France’s openness and willingness to these things — has O’naturel, the brainchild of businessmen Mike and Stephane Saada.

Neither Mike nor Stephane are nudists themselves. Instead, the former insurance salesmen saw an opportunity. And why not?

O’naturel is open for dinner only and reservations are required.

Diners are warned beforehand that the restaurant is a restaurant, and not somewhere to try to score. It’s billed as an evening locale for the more free flowing among us. Discreet lakes are too cold in winter.

Unlike the Bunyadi, which was heavily themed, O’naturel’s decor is minimalist. The menu is classically French, with items such as lobster, foie gras, and snails in parsley cream sauce.

A three-course menu costs US$57.50. A large white curtain over the windows shields guests from perverts. Or curious passersby.

Diners are asked to leave their clothes in a cloakroom and are provided with slippers. Ladies — which make up just 40 percent of the clinetele, shockingly — may keep their heels on. Oh la la.

There are also naked restaurants in Tokyo, Japan, and Melbourne in Australia.

(SD-Agencies)

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