Paris has opened its first nudist restaurant: would you dare to dine bare?

Danielle Fowler
Freelance Writer
Would you strip off for Paris’ first ever nudist restaurant? [Photo: Getty]

France has long been renowned as a country famed for its open-minded approach to naturism.

And now, its capital has taken the next step in providing the perfect hang-out for nudists during the winter months.

Paris is famed for over 450 nudist spots already [Photo: Getty]

Restaurant owners Mike and Stephane Saada spotted a gap in the market and that’s when they came up with the idea of the aptly-named bistro, O’Naturel.

Located on rue de Gravelle in Paris, the new dining spot hosts up to 40 guests and the average meal will set restaurant-goers back approximately £26.

Guests are required to drop their clothes at the cloakroom [Photo: Getty]

Along with their clothes, guests at the French bistro must leave their phones in the cloakroom before sitting down to protect everyone’s modesty.

Customers are then given slippers to wear inside though women (who make up approximately 40 percent of guests) may keep their heels on if they wish.

And it seems the restaurant is destined for success, as more than 2.6 million people in France practice nudism on the regular.

Question is, would you dare to bare all?

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