Slightly contradictory feelings. The lobby bar offers great service and a great setting. On the old side, the crowd ate and somehow the hall looked pretty barren. Apparently there weren’t original decorative paintings on the walls there, so there weren’t any. However, I would see decorative paintings in Ars Nouveau style in a suitable space. The food was extremely poor. The appetizer was some gray night-salted fish that both smelled and tasted old. The whitefish fried as a main course was dry, as were the sliced potatoes. As a dessert, blackcurrant sorbet tasted artificial. Maybe the fault is in me because the expectation values were very high. On the stock exchange when there has traditionally always been super good food. Yes, I’m going to eat on the Exchange again at some point, because I’m sure it was just bad luck, etc. I never think the level of the kitchen would have collapsed completely with the change of ownership.