What is a pintxos, you might ask?
Well, it is a piece of bread (not the sandwich, the actual roll), with different toppings such as wagyu, chicken, veggies, smoked salmon, prawns or pears... among many many others. They are secured with a toothpick, and once you've eaten the pintxos, you put the toothpick in a little plastic shotglass which you would take to the cash register once you're done. Naked For Satan puts a lot of trust in their patrons by ensuring that they are giving the right amount of toothpicks at the cash register. But as NAB states adamantly, Australians are a pretty honest bunch.
Unfortunately I didn't take many photos because I was too hungry and semi forgot about it............................... disappointing, I KNOW. I have taken two images (shown above) from their website! Definitely check it out if you're interested in going because it will be worth your time. As you can see from the image above, it's a dark and comfortable place for afterwork drinks or small nibbles. You shouldn't have to make a booking, just go there and hope for a space to clear up. The waiters don't really talk to you about sitting down, so do your own thing. Some of the waiters actually walk around and offer you pintxos or sausages that weren't in the buffet area, so keep a look out for them.
Pictured above from left to right, row one: Chicken and Eggplant
Row two: Smoked salmon, wagyu (which smelt really bad) and veggies.
I don't have an outstanding favourite but if I had to pick, it would be a slim competition between the salmon or the eggplant. The white dressing on the eggplant pintxos was a bit offputting though. But at a small price of $2 each, you can't really go wrong.