CAU stampedes into Glasgow

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Scotland’s first CAU, Carne Argentina Unica, restaurant will open in November at CONNECT11ONS in Glasgow’s Queen Street, opposite Royal Exchange Square. The new restaurant in the glass-fronted £70m building will cover 2,650 sq ft on the ground floor and 1,400 sq ft on the feature mezzanine.

CAU features a menu inspired by Spanish and Italian cooking alongside the finest Argentinian beef. Small plates such as empanadas and antichocos, typical street food, and Belly of Pork Tempura and Flatbread are available. The menu offers the classic cuts as well as speciality cuts including the Tira de Ando – a spiral cut of rib eye which is dubbed the king of steaks.

Graham Hall, MD of CAU said, “After a series of successful new openings throughout the UK over the last 12 months we are very excited to be opening our first site in Scotland. Glasgow is a dynamic, expanding and thriving city, and we feel CAU will be a great addition and fit in seamlessly.”