On Thursday November 2, 2017, the first restaurant where we can eat naked and where clothes are left in a cloakroom at the entrance, a naturist restaurant, has discreetly and silently opened in Paris.
Hardly six months after the opening of Paris first naturist area, a naturist restaurant has emerged. Located 9 rue Gravelle in the 12th arrondissement, this new spot is likely to attract curious people looking for something original and naturism enthusiasts looking for liberty.
No need to rush to the window to see inside since a drape masks it. When you’re in, a second drape used as a double-door entrance prevents people from the outside to see the inside. No need to take a peek. To see the inside, you’ll have to go au naturel.
In terms of decoration, the place may look simple and clean. White walls, tree branches and wooden tables create the atmosphere. The restaurant features 40 covers and offers a bistronomic and sophisticated cuisine. If you’re vegetarian or vegan, a vegan set menu is also proposed.
Eggplant caviar, roast snail, lobster salad, foie gras and even salmon gravlax are among the starters. In terms of main courses, scallops and salsifies, whiting and chicories, rack of lamb and even barley risotto with vegetables and mushrooms expect you.
Regarding desserts, exotic fruits minestrone, chocolate brownies, crispy pear or crumble are offered to fulfill sweet-toothed eaters’ taste buds. For the record, booking is mandatory and a complete menu with starter, main course and dessert costs €49.
The place is open to all whether you’re naturist or textile-lover looking for new experiences. What about giving it a go?
Address: 9 rue Gravelle – 75012 Paris
Open from Tuesday to Saturday, form 7:30 p.m. to 11 p.m.
Phone: +33 (0)1 85 15 24 91
9 Rue de Gravelle
75012 Paris 12
entrée+plat ou plat+dessert: 39 €
entrée+plat+dessert: 49 €