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The Exchange is located within the award-winning Asia Square, in a modern 5,000 sq. foot brasserie. Elaborately molded ceilings, Chesterfield sofas, and marble clad surfaces provide elements of old-world character while the stainless-steel framed windows of the kitchen brigade echo the mid-century facades in Soho, New York. Complimented by a modern, Australasian-inspired menu, this Tadcaster Hospitality concept is the perfect venue for any occasion - from grabbing a takeaway coffee from our coffee hatch or catching your favourite sports, to after-work drinks, power lunches and languorous dinner parties. continue reading
Opening Hours
08:30 - 22:00
Mon - Tue
08:30 - 22:00
08:30 - 02:00
08:30 - 00:00
08:30 - 02:00
Sat - Sun
Payment Methods
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Number of Seats
Other Info
Online Reservation
Alcoholic Drinks Available
Open Till Late
Takes Reservations Details
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Signature Dishes
Miso Seabass Vongole Pasta Chicken Parmigiana
Review (1)
Level4 2013-06-07
Read more reviews at http://thehungrybunnie.blogspot.comMaybe it's because I'd heard a couple of unimpressive reviews of this place, or maybe it's because the sprawling restaurant always seems barely filled whenever I walk past it, but I admittedly had low expectations for lunch. Nonetheless, I thought the food was way better than expected. Not memorably great, but pretty alright, with above average food, and a very value-for-money set lunch menu. Service was a little choppy and unorganized though, which was disappointing, seeing as the restaurant was only half-filled when we dined for lunch. We had:1) Risotto ($27) was pretty good. Al dente grains, starchy without being too heavy, seasoned by a nicely rounded mushroom base with the heady essence of truffle2) Asparagus Salad ($18) comprised enough sinful ingredients to make this a dieter's nightmare. Garlicky ciabatta crisps, plentiful streaky bacon strips, and a poached egg that helped bind the crisp crunchy greens together with its oozy eggy goodness3) Haddock Fish and Chips ($25) was a little lacking in salt, but nothing a little squeeze of the lemon and some tartar sauce couldn't cure. The fleshy fillets were moist and flaky, while the batter was thick, flavourful and crisp4) Truffle Fries ($12): delightful and a real crowd pleaser, piping hot, crisp and evenly salted with truffle, these were snapped up in a flash continue reading
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