Paris is one of the best cities in the world for a memorable dining experience, with its ever-evolving food scene. Whether it's homemade charcuterie at Arnaud Nicolas, salmon croquettes at Wim à Table, or empanadas at Anahi, there's always something new to grab your attention.
One new establishment that definitely won't have any trouble turning heads is O'naturel. With a la carte dishes starting at 32 euros, the 40-seat restaurant recently launched at rue de Gravelle in the 12th arrondissement. With blackout curtains and a cloakroom for customers to leave their clothes, it's the first nudist restaurant in Paris (if the name wasn't a giveaway).
Twin brothers and founders, Mike and Stéphane Saada recently launched the eatery with a private dinner for the Association des Naturistes de Paris.
“They’ve supported us from the beginning, and we reserved our first soirée for them,” they told Le Parisien.
What better place to enjoy a naturist setting like this than a country known for its laissez-faire attitudes toward nudity? It's an interesting addition to the city's avant-garde food scene, and a perfect place for adventurous foodies and tourists.
O'Naturel is now open to the public. Find more info here.