Aulis London, Simon Rogan’s Soho chef’s table, will re-open in line with government guidelines on Tuesday 18 May 2021.
Aulis London, Simon Rogan’s Soho chef’s table is headed up by Executive Chef Oli Marlow and Head Chef Charlie Tayler.
Hidden on St Anne’s Court, just off Dean Street, Aulis is exclusively limited to six guests. Each evening it offers a dynamic and interactive dining experience, in which a series of dishes are cooked in front of you and explained at every stage.
It is Simons way of inviting you behind the scenes to share insider knowledge about his philosophy, where a deep respect for nature and the wild meets cutting edge technique, imagination and passion.
Expect a multiple-course tasting menu which reflects Simon’s signature style and farm to fork ethos.
A seat at our exclusive six-seater chef's table costs £195 per person and includes the full experience inclusive of all food and drinks.
Water, soft drinks, tea and coffee, and service charge are also included.
From August 2021
We are changing our menu format. Our tasting menu will be priced at £125, including service charge. We will be offering a selection of wine pairings and drinks packages to choose from on the night. All drinks are charge separately on the night.
Sturgeon and caviar tartlet
Truffle pudding, birch sap and
Chickpea wafer, fresh cheese, wild garlic
Crispy salmon skin, chives, smoked cod roe
Seaweed taco, oyster, cucumber
Asparagus, elderflower, hazelnut
Chicken custard, kombu
Pickled quail egg, peas and mint
BBQ miso glazed maitake mushroom
Turbot with trombetta courgette, lemon verbena
Cornish lamb, garlic scapes,black garlic, sorrel
Burned Tunworth cheese cake, mustard fruit
Caramelised apple tart, woodruff
Blackcurrant wood cornet
Monsieur S- Etienne Fort,France 2017
Decortis Coiffer , "Les Cortis-Teraxe”
Junmai Sake, Kirin,
Niigata, Japan, 2019
Julien Delrieu, "Pont Bourceau"
Loire Valley, France, 2018
Monica di Sardegna,
Alberto Loi, “Nibaru”
Cardedu, Sardinia, Italy, 2018
Petit Manseng, Clos Thou, “Jurancon Supreme de Thou”
Jurancon, France, 2017