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Breast restaurant in town? Diners eat in the NUDE in new Paris restaurant

BIRTHDAY SUIT fans can now embrace their natural side with a new naked restaurant opening in Paris.


A naked restaurant in Paris has opened

Being naked is the human body's natural form, despite it being socially unacceptable to step out in public in a birthday suit.

Worry no more, as a new restaurant is embracing the naked body where diners eat in the nude in Paris.

Called “O’Naturel”, it serves authentic French food as the first nudist restaurant in the capital city.

Anyone with inhibitions should leave them at the door.


The naked restaurant invites anyone to dine in the nude

Diners do have one item of clothing, which is a pair of slippers

Found on a quiet side street in Southwest Paris, some of the food includes lobster, escargot (snails) and foie gras with main dishes coming in a €32 (£28).

Diners do have one item of clothing, which is a pair of slippers, yet leave their main attire and phones at the door.

Thankfully, the chefs keep their clothes on for health and safety reasons.

One local told Le Parisian: "When we learned what was going to be here, obviously it made us laugh.

"Especially since there is a nursery next door.”


The naked restaurant serves escargot and lobster

Twin brothers Mike and Stephane Saada, 42, thought up the scheme after being inspired by other naked restaurants around the world and their success.

London’s naked restaurant The Bunyadi opened last year, which had a waiting list of over 30,000 people.

In Japan, a naked dining restaurant opened last year as well called The Amrita albeit with stricter rules which banned ‘tattoos’ and ‘overweight people’.


The naked restaurant in Paris follows from similar ones in London and Japan


The naked restaurant has been well received by locals

It isn’t the only way travellers can have some fun in the nude when abroad.

A naked cruise for nudists always exists, called the Bare Necessities which hopes to break down the barriers of social nudity.

Over 3,000 passengers sail the Caribbean in their birthday suits, including non-conventional past times such as knitting and cat-themed activities.

Novice nudists are also welcome, with prices starting from $1,099 (£848).