It seems like only yesterday when famed British chef Simon Rogan introduced Aulis to Hong Kong as the 852’s first-ever chef ’s table-style restaurant. Only a couple of months later, Rogan’s one Michelin-starred restaurant Roganic debuted its first overseas branch in Hong Kong to stand shoulder-to-shoulder with its groundbreaking sister. Much like Aulis, Roganic actions a farm-to-table approach by only utilising seasonal ingredients and organic food of the highest quality. From innovative creations such as the seaweed custard served with pike perch, or codfish with amaranth and smoked sauce, down to basics like homemade sourdough bread or fermented butter, Roganic hits the ball out of the park with its gastronomic ingenuity.
Being able to taste the fruits of their labour doesn’t come cheap though, with their tasting courses costing $680–$980 per head. Curious fans of fine dining will be happy to discover, however, that a three-course set lunch only costs $280 per head. For a fine dining restaurant that guarantees a palatal adventure, this kind of deal is not one you want to miss out on!