The Guardian - L’Enclume’s new sister restaurant in London is a multi-course expedition that inspires and alarms in equal measure. This restaurant, which is both the Second Coming of a much rhapsodised former pop-up and a spin-off of Michelin-bestowed Cumbrian mecca L’Enclume, opened just a month ago. read more
The Telegraph - Previously a much-lauded nearby pop-up, Roganic has now been made permanent on a site in Marylebone’s Blandford Street, opposite the high altar of upmarket, organo-sustainabilist consumerism, the Daylesford Farm Shop. With its bright white walls hung with peculiar metal objects I shall call sculpturations, brutalist lighting and quite bafflingly ugly orange leather banquettes. read more
Olive Magazine - The design is stark – polished concrete-style floors, brushed copper-style walls, contemporary wood-shaved chandeliers, starched tablecloths. But what the décor lacks in warmth, is made up for in spades by the team. The staff here are the kind of friendly that isn’t painted on – it’s genuine. They’re as passionate as the chefs they’re serving from and GM James Foster enthrals with his foodie trivia. read more
Foodism - A pop-up-turned-permanent-restaurant from arguably the leading light in British fine dining, Simon Rogan's Roganic gives the iconic farm-to-table chef a much-needed London outpost following his departure from Fera at Claridges last year. You can look forward to some of the most exceptional, creative food you'll find in the capital (as you'd expect from the chef-patron of L'Enclume) served across a 15-course tasting menu. read more



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