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Enjoy a Maki Free-Flow at TMK's We Heart Music Brunch
by: Rubin Verebes
August 01, 2022
Pirata Group’s leading casual Japanese music-forward temakeria diner, TMK, has launched a monthly weekend feast, We Heart Music Bruch, featuring a special unlimited-maki midday menu across the brand’s three venues: Punk & Rolls in Sheung Wan, Funk & Rolls in Quarry Bay, and Rap & Rolls in Wan Chai.
Having started on July 9-10, guests are welcomed this weekend Aug. 6-7 and on Sept. 3-4 to indulge in a sharing platter of TMK star-favoured dishes, including the Karaage Chicken, Edamame, TMK Cabbage Salad, Salmon Tataki, and TMK Hamachi, with a choice of Temaki that includes the Salmon Avocado, Seared Scallop, or The OG Tuna Hotdog. Amid this feast, TMK’s top shot playlists will be blasting at full steam for guests to jam and jive.
The star of the show comes with TMK’s Maki Free-Flow, a never-ending supply of the temakeria’s new “BIG-ASS Maki,” featuring raw yellowtail, red tuna, and other offerings like Katsu Curry, Kimbap, and Veggie Tempura.
The funky brunch is priced at HK$348 per person, with an additional two-hour free-flow drinks package available at HK$150 per person. TMK Punk & Rolls (Sheung Wan) and TMK Funk & Rolls (Quarry Bay) are set to host the loud brunch on Aug. 6 and Sept. 3 from 12 PM to 3 PM, and TMK Rap & Rolls (Wan Chai) on Aug. 7 and Sept. 4.
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