The makers, who plan to use only the most natural, home-grown ingredients, say the restaurant will also be free from phones, electric lights and clothing.
Bosses plan to have lockers where diners strip, then wear dressing gowns to be seated.
Only once diners are in the dedicated naked area will they be allowed to remove their gowns and bask in their own nakedness.
But don't panic – you don't have to be naked to visit the restaurant. There's also a clothed section for anyone who's not up for baring all at the dinner table!
Apparently, the tables will be partitioned for privacy.
The Bunyadi's creators hope their relaxed dress code will free customers from "the trappings of modern life."
The restaurant, which is opening at an as yet undisclosed location in London, will be open from June 2016 until September.
If you fancy attending you'll need to get in line - there's already a waiting list of 5,000-plus customers!
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