Headlines:

First nude restaurant opened in Paris

Named O’naturel, the first ever nude restaurant  in the city's 12th arrondissement in Paris opened to the public earlier this month after a successful private dinner reserved exclusively for the Paris Naturist Association first.

A dinner at the restaurant, which seats 40, offers diners a meal that costs around €30 (£26), after they are asked to leave all their clothes in a wardrobe before entering. Duck foie gras and escargot are included in menu. A strange fact ?  No, not exactly. 2.6 million people in France are already making nudism a regular habit. The city already has one public pool where people can swim in the buff up to three times a week, and the country has as well as around 460 nudist areas including camping sites and beaches. The life trends are different today.

nude-restaurant-in-Paris

The waiters and kitchen staff, meanwhile, will reportedly keep their clothes on for hygienic reasons at the new restaurant. For privacy, a heavy curtain will obscure the restaurant’s large street-level windows entirely and a second set of curtains will prevent people from sneaking a peek into the dining room should someone opens the restaurant’s front door in view of Parisian passersby. The debut of O’naturel follows the opening of similar nudist-friendly restaurants in London and Tokyo, as well as a clothing-optional pop-up restaurant in Melbourne, Australia.

Comments