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Temakinho: More Amor

The Brazilian Japanese restaurant celebrates Pride with a unique new dish.

For those in the capital – and indeed anyone with solid social media access – London’s 45th Pride festival is perhaps the most visible yet, and the main event isn’t even until Saturday: parties big and small have been keen to get in on the action and (rightfully) highlight their commitment to the LGBT+ community, including Temakinho…

Arriving in Soho last December following openings in Milan, Rome and Ibiza – you’ll find the Brazilian Japanese restaurant at 10 Old Compton Street – Temakinho’s first Pride sees it using cuisine as its chosen medium (naturally), presenting the limited edition ‘More Amor’ dish.

Comprised of tangy beetroot and fresh tuna tartar with a blend of salmon, red drum, avocado and mango, said plate follows the company’s ‘Mais Amor’ (‘More Love’) philosophy; the circul roll symbolises union while the peace symbol echoes the ‘make love not war’ philosophy.

A place of love for all, indeed.

Temakinho: More Amor

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