Fans of dining au naturel take note: Dine Naked Bristol are back after a summer break. Their fifth food-in-the-nude event this year will involve them taking over The Cauldron restaurant in St Werburghs.
The event, on Friday 12 October, will have upwards of 35 diners tucking into a cheekily-themed four-course feast. The evening’s menu begins with an amuse bouch of ‘well hung cheese’ (home cultured cow’s milk cheese, hung for 8 hours in cheese cloth, smoked salt and salted cucumber).
The clothes-free banquet proceeds with a starter of ‘undressed crab’, and a choice of mains including roast rump with white bits and dumplings, lush sausage, or ‘shy coconut with bejazzled rice’. One vegan option is dubbed ‘In the Gnudi’ (cashew cheese-filled potato dumplings, pickled red cabbage, and autumnal greens).
BN Member Will Bryson, organiser of Dine Naked Bristol, says that despite the innuendo, the events are not sexual. ‘We want more people to be able to experience nudity in a friendly, safe, non-sexual environment.’
Tickets are available here from the Dine Naked Bristol website: https://www.ticketsource.co.uk/dinenaked