Two of the West Indies’ biggest names are joining forces this September as the team lags behind. March 5 Announce new accommodation in SWG3.
Taking over the Ard and Performance Space Acid Bar, March 5 will remain on its traditional sharing plate, this time with ‘Go Sangatsu’ with Japanese influence.
Organizers say head chef and co-owner Peter McKay’s new menu will “focus on the vibration, balance and worship of standard ingredients, giving a fresh look at Japanese ways.”
Joanna Nathari, co-owner of Five March, said: “We have a real love and respect for Japanese food and because we have a lack of knowledge from generation to generation that pays homage, we do not offer traditional menus. It is an impressive food that we like.
“Through this new project, we can see what happens when we take everything we know and break it down on March 5. Style.
“Go for a Sangatsu experiment, so we can’t think of a better place for it than the famous Acid Bar.”
This is the first time in a year and a half that a residency will be held at Acid Bar, which has previously provided pop-up opportunities for some of Glasgow’s most prestigious restaurants.
Merle Gilbert, SWG3’s commercial manager, said: “We are excited that the acid bar is finally reopening.
“In the past, we’ve hosted some fantastic residences that run from three months to a year with some well-established names, including Pau, Aux & Finch, Medlabh by Kyle Brooch and Julie’s Copetium. ۔
“Now, we are very happy to welcome Gu Sangatsu as our first residence.”
Gu Sangatsu will open on September 3.
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