Cau Beefs up in Glasgow
CAU opened its new Glasgow restaurant at the end of November. This, the group’s first Scottish venture, in the glass-fronted 110 Queen Street building, has already proved a hit with Glaswegians.
The 108-seater restaurant, which features a mezzanine level, available for private dining and business meetings, as well as a cocktail bar area, offers an eclectic mix of dishes inspired by Buenos Aires culture, with Spanish and Italian influences.
A prominent feature on the CAU menu is Argentinian beef, which comes from grass-fed cattle, which incidentally started life in Scotland – the first Aberdeen Angus beef was introduced to Argentina from Scotland in 1879.
Charley Springall, Head of Marketing at CAU Restaurants said, “We are delighted to be part of Glasgow’s busy restaurant and night life scene. The city has recently been voted a must-visit destination by National Geographic Travel, and the city is quickly establishing itself as a foodie destination, so we know we are in good company. It’s a great time to be a restaurant! in this vibrant and dynamic city and we are very excited about our most recent addition to the CAU family.”
CAU is the sister restaurant to the successful Gaucho group, which operates 15 restaurants in the United Kingdom.
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