11 Royal Exchange Place, Glasgow. G1.
Rogano Logo. 1980s.
Rogano is one of my favourite places in the city of Glasgow. When I walk through the main doors of the restaurant I feel as if I have just stepped back in time and get a shiver, the hairs on the back of my neck even stand up.
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Directors of Rogano Ltd, 1961, at the annual staff dance, held at the Central Hotel. Left to right Mr. M R Thierrin; Mrs. John C Grant; Mr. D G C Grant, chairman and managing director; Mrs. V Grant; Mr. John C Grant; Miss V Grant and Mr. H R Murning, general manager.
Mrs. and Mr. J C Grant, Miss Valerie Grant, Mr. D G C Grant and Mrs. V Grant. 1960.
Interior of Rogano 1956. Left to right Mr. M R Thierrin, Miss Valerie Grant, Mr. Robins Millar, Mrs. Grant and Don C Grant.
A view of Rogano 1930s. Note the off sales on the left.
Rogano, Kent Road, 1963.
Interior views of Rogano, Kent Road.
Another view of the Kent Road premises.
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Rogano Advert 1970.
Chef James Murchie, herbs make so much difference to the flavour. 1970.
Another Advert fdrom 1970.
Rogano with seating outside. 2008.
In the News 1972…
From left: Mrs. MacFarlane (Rogano Ltd); Mrs. and Mr. I. Ingram (Samuel Dow); Mr. G Fleming (Friarshill Hotel, Paisley); Miss Valerie Grant (Rogano Ltd); Mr. Ian Kennedy (Peter Dawson); Miss Jean Orr (Skandia, Glasgow.) 1972.
Rogano and Skandia advert 1975.
Rogano advert 1976.
The Mousetrap wine bar advert 1976.
Rogano on the left with Mitchell Library North Street.
The Bodega, Glasgow Exhibition 1888. James Henry Roger.