Simon Rogan's Michelin-starred Roganic restaurant, located on Blandford Street in London's Marylebone, will not be reopening in its current location.
Plans to relocate the restaurant, which opened three years ago and won a Michelin star within a year, have been in discussion since 2019, but were put on hold as a result of the pandemic.
Roganic has remained closed since the first lockdown in March. Rogan's Aulis in Soho and his Lake District operations reopened in July, alongside a nationwide delivery offering, Simon Rogan at Home.
There are plans in the pipeline to reopen Roganic in London next year, at an alternative location, when Rogan and the team have a clearer vision of the post-pandemic landscape. Aulis will remain operational.
Pied à Terre owner David Moore sold chef-restaurateur Rogan the former L'Autre Pied site in 2017, the same year Rogan departed Fera at Claridge's hotel in London. Roganic previously operated as a pop-up between 2011 and 2013 on Blandford Street.