Man at His Best

This Naked Restaurant Is Definitely Taking The Paleo Diet Too Far

​Some things shouldn't exist, even if it complements the Paleo Diet.

BY Evelyn Wang | Apr 24, 2016 | Food & Drink

In 2002, an evil genius named Loren Cordain published a book called The Paleo Diet. His brilliance went largely unnoticed, however, until the man-bun connoisseurs and iron lovers of the world stumbled upon his tome circa 2013, thus propelling the paleo diet to its current cult-like status. 

Now, someone has taken this concept one step further, opening a nudist restaurant serving, naturally, an all-paleo menu. 

The London-based restaurant is called The Bunyadi, where you "Enter a secret Pangea-like world, free from phones, electric lights, and even clothing (optional) and revisit the beginning where everything was fresh, free, and unadulterated from the trappings of modern life." Trappings like modern medicine. And law and order. And sanitation.
 
At The Bunyadi, you dine upon Stone Age-style meats served in handmade clay tableware with edible cutlery while sitting on tree stumps. It is split into two-sections, "naked and pure" and "non naked." 

This marvel is brought to you by the teams behind an owl bar and a Breaking Bad-themed, uh, cocktail lab. So yes, they are fully aware they are A+ trolls, and they are getting filthy rich off of it. 

The Bunyadi already has a waiting list of over 3,000 people, according to the Evening Standard, and will open in June. I will not be seeing you there. Ever. 

From: Esquire US.


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