This Berlin Restaurant Is Quite Literally Serving Caveman Fare

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Food trends come and go–remember the grapefruit diet?In the latest twist, there is now a restaurant in Berlin that’s embracing Paleolithic cuisine. That means no cheese bread, sugar, or any other foodstuff not available to our Stone Age ancestors, according to the Daily Mail.

The place is called Suavage, which means “savage” in French.

The Daily Mail explains:

The restaurant menu shows a stereotypical image of modern humanity’s forbearer, the jutting profile of a hirsute caveman.

Inside, diners eat at candle-lit tables with a contemporary cave painting hanging in the background, according to Spiegel Online.

The “Caveman diet” has become popular in recent years, especially in the U.S. Despite studies saying the diet is ineffective, people claim it’s a good way to lose weight, the Daily Mail says.

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