People are wondering whether ‘Fifty Shades Darker‘ drops early in China, as a BDSM-themed restaurant is managing to attract crowds by serving their guests a new fusion: ‘Food with Sex’.

Owned by a team of father and daughter, the one-year-old food joint has opted for an out-of-the box technique to please customers.  The guests can indulge in lip-smacking food served in erotic crockery.

Owner (daughter) Lu Lu, a 27-year-old divorcee, disclosed that the business has been running smoothly since its opening at the capital city of Bejing. The majority of the crowd involves young Chinese who pay a visit to devour yummy seafood fare under the gaze of mannequins sporting extreme bondage gears, Huffington Post reports.

Although intially Lu’s father was a little apprehensive about the interior’s theme, he later overcame those reservations and took charge of the kitchen. Their menu has many dishes captioned with sensual names like ‘Horny’ and ‘Sensuous World’.

Refreshing drinks are served in bosom-shaped cups and beers are opened with bottle openers shaped like wooden cum gun.  Apart from that, there are inflatable undressed dolls placed on shelves, and waiters serve food wearing aprons with boobs on them.

There is no denying the fact that since the primitive era, food and sex have been the two primary needs of humans. This concept drove this father-daughter duo to pioneer something really quirky. Images can be seen @ Reuters.

BSDM stands for Bondage and Discipline (BD), Dominance and Submission (DS), Sadism and Masochism (SM). Experts say it is a great way for many to satisfy their carnal desires. Clarisse Thorn, author of The S&M Feminist, says it’s a matter of personal and sexual preference. People doing it are not suffering from any kind of mental instability. They are normal people, and BDSM is just another normal way of stimulating that desire.

The Fifty Shades series is considered as an accurate representation of the BDSM community. Many appreciate that the sequence encouraged more interests in kink, making it less of a social dogma.