Two Michelin starred chef Simon Rogan will make an early return to London this autumn and has opened what is probably the capital’s smallest restaurant. Aulis promises a ‘dynamic and interactive dining experience’, and will offer no menu with the food and matching wines simply selected by the chefs each service.Given its size, guests will be given the option of booking either individual seats or the entire table. Only after making a reservation will its location and exact timings be revealed to diners.
It will serve dinner only, and during the day will act as an experimental hub for Simon’s upcoming venture Roganic, which is opening in Marylebone later this year. Along with Simon, the restaurant will be led by chef Rafael Cagali who has previously worked at the Fat Duck as well as Fera.
Simon said: “I am really excited that Aulis will be returning to London and we’ve found the perfect spot for it. Aulis is an integral part of our operation in the Lake District and it will be no different in London.” He added: “With only eight seats, Aulis London can give our customers a really up close and personal insight into how we operate. We are going to have a lot of fun there.”
The team at Cleaner Products are delighted to be working with Simon and his team and wish them all the very best with Aulis and future ventures in London.