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A moveable feast

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Chef Biron graduated from New York City’s Natural Gourmet Institute and earned his chops at Paris’s Gentle Gourmet Café before interning at Copenhagen’s locavore mecca, Noma.

THE NAME “TEVA” is a synthesis of meanings: phonetically similar to the Hebrew word for “vegan,” while also encompassing the idea of “nature” and “to make an impression.” It’s no wonder, then, that this year-old restaurant has built its success on those very ideas. Chef Daniel Biron has created a sophisticated green oasis in the heart of Ipanema with reclaimed wood, recycled textiles, and a plastic-free, compost-friendly kitchen. But it’s Teva’s menu that deserves the highest praises. Diners relish made-for-sharing tapas created with local ingredients and inspired by global travels: fungi in demi-glace sauce borrows from France, while gochujang tofu with edamame-mint purée recalls the flavors of Korea. A full bar brimming with vegan elixirs cements Teva’s status as the best place to eat and drink in Rio