All the celebrating at London Pride tomorrow is bound to make festivalgoers hungry. In the spirit of being festive, some local restaurants are serving up rainbow menu items. Not only do these dishes look tasty, but are also good for the #gram. We’ve sourced the internet to find the most colourful food items across London. Make the most of your day by stopping by the following establishments.
Yo Sushi – official pride partner
Yo Sushi went above and beyond by replacing their own branding with pride messaging and are donating proceeds from each sale to the UK Pride Organisers Network.
“Yo Sushi removed all the labels from its website, social media platforms and High Street Kensington restaurant front to show its support for Pride in London.
The Japanese sushi restaurant is an official partner of Pride in London and has launched it’s ‘No Labels. Just Pride’ stunt is in light of the charities latest research that showed the LGBTQ+ community feels over-labelled (The Drum).”
Chotto Matte – rainbow festival
? We pride ourselves on diversity, equality + freedom that’s why we celebrate #pride! To show our support to our local Soho lgbt communities, we welcome you to come and celebrate this Saturday for an hour of FREE @sailorjerry cocktails, Rainbow food and a DJ bringing in the beats – a perfect rainbow refuge if you’re taking part in the parade! ? . . #pridematters #makeitrainbow #londonpride #londonpride2018 #bottomlessbrunch #sailorjerry #nikkeibrunch #Nikkei #Food #LondonFoodie #Foodie #tempura #NikkeiCuisine #LondonRestaurant #Hungry #Soho #London #trendy #cool #coolspot #sushi #chicken #miso #Peru #thisislondon #londoneats #londonlife
“To coincide with all the celebrations, this Soho haunt will be hosting a Rainbow Festival with vibrant sushi and colourful cocktails. Get there for midday, when they are offering multi-coloured dishes and drinks on the house. This rainbow menu will be available throughout July and features rum cocktails, yellowtail gyozas and dragon rolls. All proceeds will be donated to London Friend, a charity supporting wellbeing in the London LGBTQ+ community (Evening Standard).”
11 – 13 Frith St, W1D 4RB, chotto-matte.com
We built Corazon ♥️? around the casual, contented happiness that great Mexican food and drink evokes – an all-inclusive joyfulness. ☀️ Being in Soho, we found this spirit quite at home on Pride Weekend and this year have embraced the event head-on. With a party, of course! ?? . BOOK NOW for a special PRIDE party edition of our fabulous weekend brunch on the 7th of July. We’ll be just steps from the parade and will be ready with rainbows, tequila and love in abundance ??????️?
“This Soho spot will host a special edition of their brunch for Pride featuring exclusive cocktails including a glitter margarita and a limited-edition hot pink Pride Taco with grilled king prawns served on a beetroot pink tortilla. Located just moments away from the Pride Parade, this eatery is the perfect place to stop or lunch before partying into the afternoon and evening (Evening Standard).”
29 Poland St, W1F 8QR, corazonlondon.co.uk
There you have it, you can rally all day and re-energise with these magical dishes. We’re happy to give a nod to local business who support equality – enjoy!