Meet a Lower Manhattan Business: The Exchange at the Setai

03/06/2013 in

The Exchange at the Setai Wall Street has brought a new dining sensibility to the Financial District. Prepare for luxurious, yet serene surroundings, along with a menu influenced by an inventive new-American approach to food.

While building on The Setai’s striking décor, The Exchange strikes a keen balance between comfort and formality. Asian touches accent the dining room and its spaciousness is conducive to good conversation. In the kitchen, Executive Chef Josh Capone brings his hometown style of San Francisco-based contemporary American cuisine into play. Ingredients are locally sourced and seasonal. Flavors are bold, but never over-powering. As an experienced baker, his delicious breads and focaccia are made on premise.

The menu features both a la carte and prix fixe options for lunch and dinner. The three-course prix fixe menus are priced at $28 for lunch and $42 for dinner.

To finish a great experience, desserts are now under the guidance of former Aureole alum Alise Ciucci.

The Exchange at the Setai

40 Broad Street

(212) 809-3993

www.exchangewallstreet.com

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