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THIS RESTAURANT IS CLOSED L'Oranger Restaurant Review: A charming address and ambience make L’Oranger a winner. But what pulls in the punters is the chef, Laurent Michel. His cooking from the southwest of France makes this a much appreciated venue. Roast scallops with smoked duck magret with truffle mousse; artichoke ravioli with goat cheese, black truffle sauce and Serrano ham; plenty of foie gras---all this reminds you that classic French ingredients are treated here with respect and a light touch. Menus change with the seasons and the availability of ingredients. The wine list is thoughtfully chosen with some unusual Rhône and Burgundy options. The room exudes luxury, with its glass atrium roof, wood-panelling, brass rails, mirrors and prints on the wall, and the tiny courtyard is a delight in summer. Set 2-course lunch £29.50, 3 courses £33.50; set 3-course dinner £48, dégustation menu £78.50.