In French, caveu means a small cellar used to house the finest of wines, and an appropriate name for this charming little restaurant in Woolton Village. Found on Allerton Road, Caveu is the place to go to enjoy authentic French cuisine in a cosy yet elegant setting, the perfect location for a romantic date or celebrating a special occasion with your loved ones. Enjoy French classics like the Noix de St Jacques à la Parissienne (classic king scallops served in a cream, white wine and mushroom sauce glazed with parmesan) and the Soufflé de Faisan (supreme of pheasant filled with pheasant mousse, wrapped in pancetta & pan fried, served in a pheasant jus with pommes chateau and celeriac puree), paired with a bottle of fine French wine. For a french dining experience in Liverpool, book a table at Caveu now.
We had a lovely evening celebrating my birthday. The food was top class and the service and atmosphere excellent. Looking forward to our next visit.
Great service, amazing food, lovely atmosphere and excellent wine. A lot better than our first date to Pizza Hut. I am such a lucky girl...
This place is a little Gem. Never fails to deliver excellent food both in quality and taste. Can be a little pricey for a mid week, no occasion visit, but it is always delicious and carefully prepared so worth the bit extra.
Absolutely gorgeous - we loved the stunning food, the beautiful surroundings (very romantic with candles lit and flowers on the tables) and lovely service. We enjoyed a perfect relaxing evening.
We chose from the a la carte menu, which I found to be rather expensive especially the starter. Overpriced I thought for what you get on the plate, putting that aside the main meal was delicious very nicely presented and worth the money, Ian my partner scooped up every morsel including the jus he said much to nice to be washed off. The desert we had was equally delicious. The drinks can be expensive we chose a bottle of red wine which we thought was more than we usually pay or have paid for that particular type at other restaurants. It would be to your advantage to book a table to avoid disappointment has it is popular and gets very busy, because of this occurrence you are more than likely to have a bit of a wait between course try to be patient has they do their best. The toilets are upstairs the restaurant has no disabled toilet, I am disabled so it took me quite some time before I reach the top of the stairs then the same coming back down, I was not asked if I needed any help by any of the staff either going up or coming back down. The Caveau decor is not being of french theme has would be expected but very plain all white no french features. Noise level all depends on who is on the next table.
We were disappointed with our visit and felt Caveau wasn't up to its usual standard. Front of house was a bit chaotic and the main waitress/manager was really down in the mouth and not welcoming in any way. (The other younger waitress was delightful, smiley and warm). Little things like we were seated in front of the fire escape exit and it was nigh impossible to get out from our table when the meal was finished. No one took any notice of that fact or offered to help by moving the furniture. One set of flowers and a candle were suddenly whisked off our table with no explanation or apology.... maybe they were short staffed, but a bit of warmth and friendliness would have gone along way to make up for that. The food was delicious, but the portion sizes were exceedingly small - more so than ever before. Not sure how soon we would go back.
The food at Caveau was absolutely delicious, well presented and a perfectly cooked steak. This was my first time eating here, but would definitely return. You do pay for the quality and the skill of the chef so not an every week dinner, but well worth a visit.
The food and dining atmosphere at Caveau was excellent, and the restaurant represents good value for money. I just felt that the welcome from the front of house staff could have been warmer. Maybe they were just busy.
the food was some of the best we have had for sometime. It was a little more expensive than usual but we considered worth it. It was slightly spoilt by two other customers who were constantly staring at their phones and answering them when they rang. The service was good.
Only one word to describe Cavau-fabulous! The food is outstanding. All fresh, top quality ingredients and cooked to perfection. The sauces are to die for. This chef deserves a Michelin star. If you have never been to Cavau you are missing out. Excellent wine list and cocktails spot on.