CAU to open fourth UK site

29 January 2014 by
CAU to open fourth UK site

Argentinian restaurant group Cau is to open its fourth UK venue, with the launch of a Tunbridge Wells site.

The 120-cover restaurant will open in February 2014 and follows the opening in November last year of Cau in London's Blackheath.

Cau is owned by the same shareholders who own steak restaurant group Gaucho. The group has a fifth site in Amsterdam.

Its all-day menu features steaks, burgers and sandwiches as well as a selection of pasta, fish and salads, fusing Italian and Spanish influences with a Buenos Aires twist.

Patsy Godik, creative director of Cau said: "We are delighted to be opening Cau in Tunbridge Wells across from the beautiful and historic Old Opera House. We chose this particular area of the UK as it has a vibrant history and a great sense of community, something that Cau has a strong affinity to. We want to become an integral part of the local area, supporting the arts and local charities as well as providing a restaurant that produces well executed food in a relaxed setting."

Set over two floors, Cau Tunbridge Wells will feature high ceilings, a spiral staircase and a stunning outside terrace. The restaurant also boasts a private outside lounge area.

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