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CAU - Glasgow

City Centre Argentinian £££ +100
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About CAU - Glasgow

Capture the lively spirit of Buenos Aires at CAU. This, the Glasgow branch, is right in the heart of the city and anyone’s top spot if hungry for fine Argentinian steaks, high-stacked burgers or damn satisfying wraps. You’ll find this CAU on Ingram Street – equidistant between Glasgow Central, Queen Street and Argyle Street train stations – where the vibe is elegant and stylish whilst maintaining a definite sense of Argentinian fun. Choose a chef’s special cut of beef, a classic sirloin or rump or, of course, any of one of many delightful options from what is a surprisingly varied menu.

Opening Hours

  • Monday 08:00 - 23:00
  • Tuesday 08:00 - 23:00
  • Wednesday 08:00 - 23:00
  • Thursday 08:00 - 23:00
  • Friday 08:00 - 23:00
  • Saturday 09:00 - 23:00
  • Sunday 09:00 - 22:30
CAU - Glasgow, 224 Ingram Street, G1 3BX Glasgow

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1 Review

3.0 /6 Good 1 Review
Quality/Price: reasonable
Food: tasty
Atmosphere: can be better
Service: can be better
Noise: very loud
Waiting Time: ages
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23.07.2017 19:28

The time it took to be served each course was excessive despite it being a Saturday night.The waiting staff seemed a bit disorganised.We were served pancakes with ice cream on plates with a high rim and only a fork.The starter of croquettes contained only 3 which were rather small with a bit of lettuce garnish.I asked for a large glass of Prosecco and received it in a champagne flute.The music that was playing was fine but far far too loud and we had a struggle to hear each other speaking on a table for 4.If it had not been raining outside I think we would have left.I have been before and could not have found fault although it was midweek but we were all disappointed on this occasion and would definitely not book on a Saturday again.