Simon Rogan's London pop-up Roganic to close in June

17 April 2013 by
Simon Rogan's London pop-up Roganic to close in June

Simon Rogan's London restaurant Roganic will close in June as planned, the two-Michelin-starred chef has announced.

The long term pop-up restaurant will cease trading on 20 June, as expected, at the end of its two-year lease.

Rogan is understood to have no plans for a follow-up London site in order to concentrate on his other existing enterprises: L'Enclume, Rogan & Co, and the Pig & Whistle, all in Cartmel, and The French, at the Midland hotel in Manchester, which opened last month.

A second site at the Midland, to be called Mr Cooper's, is expected to open this summer.

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