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“A welcome return of an old friend”
Review of Roganic

Roganic
Ranked #2,752 of 24,526 Restaurants in London
Neighbourhood: Marylebone
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Neighbourhood: Marylebone
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

It is a while since the old Roganic closed and Simon Rogan ventured into Fera at Claridges. We were sad to see Roganic close, because we had always loved the food and it was much more reasonably priced and relaxed than either Fera or L'Enclume, so one could go more often. The new restaurant is in a larger building (the old L'Autre Pied) along the road on Blandford St in Marylebone. We recognised at least one of the old Fera waitresses. The menu is very similar to the current L'Enclume menu, but more relaxed, and frankly in our opinion better for it. Very friendly and engaging staff, this is a real must for anyone who enjoys modern foraging style cuisine.

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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Had the 13 course set lunch.
Sounds like a lot of food but the portions were not too big. Just enough food.
Interesting strong tasting food. Lots of thought going to it.
The accompanying 7 flights of wine were excellent and went well with the food.
Would highly recommend this restaurant for fine dining food.

Thank Kallang
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

My last visit was on 1st February, and the nature of this restaurant is that the tasting menu changes with the seasons, so 16th May seemed the right time to return. I wasn't disappointed. The staff are as friendly and knowledgeable as ever, but the new menu is a triumph. the first course was the same as last time utterly delicious but now accompanied by a matching drink. Pea mouse with ox tongue was amazing. Each dish surpassed the last - highlights being Monkfish with mussel and seaweed then the most astonishing lamb. There is nowhere like this to eat in London. Truly amazing food, the short 8 course tasting menu is the perfect balance of just enough food.

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Reviewed 13 May 2018 via mobile

We had a fantastic meal here last week, the staff were so attentive and down to earth and James was so welcoming and informative. I found the atmosphere very fun and really enjoyed myself. The food is sublime, we had the tasting menu with accompanying wines. I will return again soon.

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Reviewed 9 May 2018

This restaurant is a fairly new project of the Mchelin chef, Simon Rogsn, hence the name. The place has ugly, orange leather banquettes and somewhat brutalist lighting which is a bit offputting.
We had decided to go for the tasting course of 14 courses as a special treat to ourselves. This is £115 per head, so probably you can only afford to go once in a blue moon!
We started with a lovely Pleasure Gardens gin (£10) before starting the evening extravaganza. I cannot go through every course, except to say that the tiny mouthfuls were exquisitely presented and tasted wonderful. We particularly liked the satin-smooth tiny slivers of kohlrabi containing fine raw beef and shot mushroom broth. The tastes and textures were all phenomenal. We spent about 3 hours eating this parade of bon-bouches.
So why did we come away feeling that it was not fun? It is all rather pretentious and extremely expensive. However, definitely an experience.
You can go for the Business lunch at £40 between 12 noon and 2pm. There is also a short tasting menu at £80. Open everyday except Sunday and Mondsy from 12 noon until 2pm, then again from 6.30pm until 10pm. Ethereal food, average atmosphere.

Thank Angela C
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