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What’s Happening This March 2024

Photo by Renzo Navarro

Vogue Philippines suggests some things to do and places to visit in and around Manila this March 2024, focusing on open-to-all initiatives that highlight craft, community, and culture.

Go by Sensei

Composed of nagasaki tuna, negi, soy-marinated yolk, aonori, and shari, the Negitoro is priced at ₱850. Photographed by Sonny Thakur, courtesy of Go by Sensei
The Salmon Oyako is one of the rice bowl selections, and contains a combination of shoyu-marinated salmon, dashi-cured ikura, sesame ponzu, yuzu, and shari. Photographed by Sonny Thakur, courtesy of Go by Sensei

Ahead of the opening of Iai by chef Bruce Ricketts, the creative culinary mind behind Sensei and Mecha Uma, comes a fast-casual kaisendon pop-up concept that combines elements from his two restaurants—think: Mecha Uma’s serious demeanor meets Sensei’s casual, comforting aura in a quick, ready-to-go format.

Go by Sensei’s compact menu is composed of a selection of raw seafood rice bowls including the Akamizuke (shoyu-marinated maguro or yellowfin tuna), Salmon Oyako (salmon and ikura), and premium offerings such as the Smoked Toro kaisendon (a bigger version of Mecha Uma’s signature smoked toro nigiri). “Each kaisendon comes as a set with miso soup, nori and pickles, and customers can eat it like a straightforward chirashi bowl or make their own temaki if they like,” says Ricketts. 

The pop-up runs now, until May 31, 2024 at Stall 17 in The Grid Food Market, located on the 2nd floor of the Power Plant Mall in Makati.

The Sandbox Collective’s The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee

The Sandbox Collective invites everyone to watch “The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee,” an interactive musical comedy at the PowerMac Center Spotlight Blackbox Theater in Circuit Makati. The show will run on four consecutive weekends, from now until March 17, with two scheduled performances on each day. It features a rotating ensemble cast that includes AC Bonifacio, Shanaia Gomez, Justine Narciso, Diego Aranda, Nyoy Volante, and more.

Tickets are available for purchase via Ticket2Me’s website.

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