A nude restaurant has opened in Paris, inviting diners to enjoy a meal while wearing nothing but their birthday suit.
There are dozens of sky-high bars and restaurants in London, and hundreds nationwide - but this new offering in Canary Wharf should be top of your summer list.
[Photo: Pexels] When will specific-food-themed cafés stop opening in London? Answer: Never. Because soon to join the likes of the cereal café, avocado café and porridge café is a crisps and dips café. Yes - houmous and crisps will no longer just be hurriedly eaten at the office, or as part of a picnic - but will become a classy pastime too.
Actually, there might not be a next time, because thanks to Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt - already the UK’s most popular man - we’ll soon see our favourite restaurant desserts shrink. This means we expect the whole of the out-of-home sector - coffee shops, pubs and family restaurants, quick service restaurants, takeaways, cafes, contract caterers and mass catering suppliers - to step up and deliver on sugar reduction.” [Photo: Pexels] So restaurants have three options: Reduce the amount of sugar in their foods, make the desserts smaller, or persuade customers to make healthier choices.
Chicken, greens and beans sound pretty healthy but with loads of dressing and cheese this salad contains 15 g of saturated fat and 2,100 mg of sodium — just shy of hitting our daily intake limit. It also has 23 g or about 6 teaspoons of sugar and 58 g of protein, a lot more than the typical person needs in one meal.