Launching in January 2020, join Simon Rogan’s Michelin-starred restaurant Roganic as the venue welcomes two of Europe’s finest chefs for its debut collaboration dinners
There’s no chance of January blues with this exciting dining series on the horizon. Named Roganic: The Scandinavian Series, Simon and team will welcome a number of leading chefs from Scandinavia to his Marylebone restaurant for special one-off evenings filled with edible heaven.
The first in the series will be chef Christian F. Puglisi, who will be cooking alongside Simon Rogan and Roganic executive chef Oli Marlow on Saturday, January 18th. Christian, originally from Italy, opened Michelin-starred Relæ in Copenhagen in 2010, before launching the smaller and much-loved eatery across the street, Manfreds.
The second chef will be Magnus Ek, chef owner of Stockholm’s two Michelin-starred Oaxen Krog, as well as more informal concept Oaxen Slip, who will head to the Roganic kitchen on Saturday, March 21st. Both chefs will be working with Simon and Oli to design an eight-course tasting menu, using the very best seasonal produce from around the UK.
Two years since Roganic opened its doors in 2018, the dinner will celebrate Simon Rogan’s produce-centric philosophy and cooking style inspired by the natural world, through teaming up with the international chefs who share in this approach.
Scandinavia, a destination Simon has a strong personal interest in, is a pioneering force when it comes to championing a farm-to-fork ethos and sourcing ingredients sustainability – an ethos that Rogan practises himself.
The visiting chefs will work alongside Simon Rogan and his team to prepare an eight-course tasting menu (four courses created by each chef) celebrating their signature cooking style, whilst showcasing the stand-out produce and philosophies which have put their acclaimed restaurants on the map.
Together they will use the very best seasonal produce from around the UK whilst Roganic’s front of house team will carefully select wine and drinks pairings for each dinner.
Make it happen
When: The first dinner will take place on 18 January 2020.
How: Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to find out more and make a booking.
Wallet: Tickets cost £135pp. Includes an arrival drink, snacks and eight-course dinner.