via the lovely guys at outinbrum.com
We eat at many restaurants that have recently opened and invariably there’s something amiss – service can be slow, food cold, bills wrong – they usually get better as the weeks roll by (not always, and safe to say those places like Isaacs don’t last long). The 130ish seater CAU restaurant which opened a fortnight ago in Brindley Place initially seemed to us not to even have had those small hitches, perhaps thanks to having Zeev Godik, the creator of successful 18 restaurant global chain Gauchos as one of the directors. CAU Birmingham also has another 17 sister restaurants throughout the UK, so we’ve obviously got a serious taste for Argentinian beef at the moment.
The office building that the restaurant now occupies has been smartly converted. A portico offers outdoor heated seating – perfect for eating a summer lunch, or supper in the evening with a beer or a wine…
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