London: An upcoming restaurant in London named Bunyadi will host guests who have no inhibition of shedding their clothes when they come to dine there.
Although it has not opened yet, some 30,000 people are already on the guests' waiting list.
And of these, only a fraction of those will get a chance to eat there and gorge on the sumptuous meals prepared by its top chefs, MailOnline reported.
The restaurant, which has a limited seating capacity, is set to open in June.
Diners will be allowed to wear clothes in the restaurant but it will also have a naked section - where photography is strictly banned - in which gowns will be provided.
According to the promoters, the restaurant aims to create a world 'free from phones, electric lights and even clothing', using 'natural, home-grown ingredients' to envelope clients in the atmosphere.
Guests will enjoy meals served on handmade clay crockery and edible cutlery, in a space void of the industrialised-world's modern trappings, Mail said citing the restaurant's website.
The customers will dine under a canopy of candle lights, creatively partitioned with bamboo and wicker, as they recline on wood-hewn furniture, the report said.
It will have a vegan and a non-vegan menu, and those who sit in the naked section will be offered lockers to put their clothes in as they change in to their gowns, the report added.