Asia Square Tower 1, 8 Marina View, #01-05
Situated in the ground floor atrium of the recently complated award-winning Asia Square Tower 1- The Exchange offers a unique 248 seater modern Australiasian inspired multi-layered concept into the central business district. A Modern, appetizing and delectable Australasian menu is offered six days a week, using only the finest of fresh and home made ingredients available.
Helmed by Group Executive Chef Kacey Whaitiri- Roberts, a kiwi native drew inspiration for The Exchange's menu from the location of Singapore being able to source fresh ingredients all year round from around the world. The gastronomy is complemented with a modern, prodominantly new world wines and beer list that highlights the best of international varietals. The Exchange provides a holistic and fully itegrated all day and night experience and is the perfect venue for every occasion.
A place good for working lunch I guess, food was average nothing to rave about. Service was so-so, nothing exceptional here. Hard to get to as well since we didn't drive.
14 Oct 2013, 04:31
The beef soup came cold. The skin of the snapper was crispy and the flesh soft and fresh. The barley risotto was nice. The poached pear I felt was like breakfast passing off as dessert.
Rosemary Tan, 10 Oct 2013, 10:28
The cuisine just tasted normal, nothing really special.
10 Oct 2013, 06:36
Ordered vegetarian appetizer, Pan fry snapper as main course & caramalized pear for dessert. Given the location of the restaurant, i was expecting the food to be of a good quality, however it was more disappointing than what i expected. Starter : Quinoa was undercooked, asparagus was overcooked, they seem to have run out of ideas whereby Cherry tomatoes was used in every dish. Presentation was alright. Main : Only consolation is Red Snapper is quite well done, fresh and pan fried just right. 3 small pieces of red snapper + tomatoes cherries, presentation wasn't surprising. Dessert : Caramelized pear don't look caramelized at all. it's so hard that the pear almost flew off and no knife was provided to cut it. Only spoon is provided. A small scoop of yoghurt ice cream was together in the plate, by the time it was served, half scoop already melted away. Conclusion: i wouldn't recommend this restaurant if you are looking for good quality food + service.
Michelle Teo , 10 Oct 2013, 03:17