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The Exchange (CLOSED)

at the Setai New York
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    RatingAvg. Dinner Entrée
    $$$$$Greater than $25
    $$$$$18.01 - $25
    $$$$12.01 - $18
    $$$7.01 - $12
    $Less than $7
  • Asian Fusion, French, Eclectic & International, Cocktails
  • 40 Broad St 2nd Fl, New York NY10004 40.706214 -74.011116
  • (At Exchange Pl)
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  • (212) 809-3993
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Other Restaurant Info

(212) 809-3993
Visa, MC, AmEx
Lunch Mon-Fri: 12pm-2pm Dinner Mon-Sat: 5:30pm-10pm
Lunch, Dinner
Prix Fixe, Happy Hour, Wheelchair Friendly, Accepts Credit Cards, Lunch Special, Private Parties

User Reviews

  • The Exchange

    Posted by Daniel Mota on 08/05/2009


    Opened not long ago and it is my third time back - it is that good. If you miss this you are missing one of the best. This man is more than a rising star - he is a star!!!

  • The Exchange

    Posted by reinerlaw on 07/10/2009

    Foodies Take Notice

    Our first return visit was as fine as our initial experience. We were welcomed with two exquisitely prepared complimentary small courses, followed by the three course fixed price offering, which included a tender, tasty, boneless loin of rabbit main course and a dessert of six fine, ripe cheeses. It was obvious that Chef Hergatt is focused on making every morsel offered to us an exercise in perfection, including a very generous assortment of the very best petit fours, again on the house. Service was formal, yet prompt and friendly. Music, while present, was unubtrusive, as were the voices drifting in from the separate bar, so easy conversation was possible.

  • The Exchange

    Posted by reinerlaw on 07/02/2009

    Finally, Fine Food Downtown

    SHO fills the need for high level dining downtown. Lunch yesterday did not disappoint. Aside from the restaurant's confusing name (which, perhaps, needs to be shortened or simplified) we experienced friendly (even a bit oversolicitous), knowledgable service, chose from an adventuresome menu, enjoyed such appealingly presented appetizers as moist, well-spiced quail legs accompanied by a medium cooked quail egg. A fingerbowl followed. A long list of fine wines was available by the glass. Next, a nicely garnished rectangle of perfectly prepared fish (a rarity in most restaurants) and a main course of pearl barley "risotto," topped by a generous quantity of unusual, imported mushrooms and ringed by a tasty but not overly rich froth. Desserts and complimentary petit fours were also exceptionally appealing and satisfying. Well worth the expense, especially if the present high standards will be maintained as the restaurant fills up.

  • The Exchange

    Posted by R. Dows on 06/09/2009


    I went to Sho restaurant last night and ate in the dining room, I had a great bottle of wine and a 3 course menu for only $110 which is amazing for such a high end place, the bar is fun too, great selection of wines by the glass. will be back!

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