Chef-restaurateur Simon Rogan is the driving force behind it. He promises the ‘forward-thinking’ Roganic will bring elements of his two-Michelin-starred Lake District flagship, L’Enclume, and use ingredients from his farm. He will run the restaurant in tandem with the chef’s new 8-seater Soho development kitchen project Aulis that opened last weekend.
There are no details yet of dishes though we anticipate innovative ideas that draw upon Simon’s trademark visionary (and plant-forward) cooking.
Head chef will be Oliver Marlow who ran the original Roganic and is now happily back in the fold.
Rogan says: ‘It feels so right to be back in Marylebone. We enjoyed being there the first time and I’m sure will be just as much fun second time around.’
As fans of L’Enclume, it's great news to have his culinary vision back on our London radar.
|What||Cult pop-up Roganic makes a permanent return to London|
|Where||Roganic, 5-7 Blandford Street, Marylebone, W1U 3DB | MAP|
|Nearest tube||Marylebone (underground)|
09 Jan 18 – 09 Jan 19, Opening times tbc
|Website||Click here for booking and more information|