CAU hits Kingston

By Luke Nicholls

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CAU uses beef bred on the Argentinian Pampas which is wet-aged for six weeks
CAU uses beef bred on the Argentinian Pampas which is wet-aged for six weeks
Argentinian steakhouse concept CAU will open its fifth UK site next month, having secured a unit at the new Riverside development in Kingston-upon-Thames. 

The 150-cover restaurant follows the successful launch of CAU Tunbridge Wells in February and CAU Blackheath last November. The Gaucho-owned casual dining outfit also has sites in Cambridge and Guildford, along with one overseas unit in Amsterdam.

The group's operations director Graham Hall said: "With the rollout of CAU now gathering a pace I am really pleased that it is being so warmly received by customers in each of the areas we have opened so far. They’ll be further openings this year, so look out for a CAU near you soon."

Creative director Patsy Godik added: "We are delighted to be part of this exciting new development in Kingston, and are thrilled to have such a great site overlooking the river. As always we want to become an integral part of the local area, supporting the arts and local charities as well as providing a wonderful restaurant for all to enjoy."

CAU’s all-day menu features steaks, burgers and sandwiches as well as a selection of 'comfort food' such as pasta, fish and salads.

CAU Kingston will open in Kingston-upon-Thames in April. 

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