30th August 2011
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CAU, an innovative restaurant offering high quality cuts of Argentinian steak, launched its first site in Guildford last month, and to celebrate have launched “Wristband Amnesty”. 

For the rest of the festival season guests simply need to bring in their festival wristband to the restaurant and they will be able to swap it for a CAU treat. This might be a drink on the house or a free dessert – the treat will change each week. CAU will regularly announce on their Twitter and Facebook pages which wristbands are valid – forthcoming festivals include V Festival, Reading, End Of The Road Festival and Bestival.

CAU will only use beef bred on the Argentine Pampas, wet-aged for six weeks and grilled in such a way that the meat is turned only once, and is salted on one side only. Diners can choose from a detailed list including Sirloin (8oz, £14) Rib Eye (a delicately marbled steak, 10oz £15.50) Lomito (a lean and tender fillet of rump, 16oz, £26.50), and Picana Rump (taken from the haunch, 10oz £16.50).

CAU’s range of steaks, and burgers, is balanced with a variety of fresh fish and pasta. Desserts are not neglected, with diners given the option of letting fate decide what they should order, by rolling a customised CAU dice, featuring different pudding choices including Dulce de Leche Pancakes (£4.50), Coconut Panacotta

(£4.50) & seven different ice cream flavours (£3.50).


274 High Street, Guildford GU1 3JL

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