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CAU - Blackheath

Restaurants, Argentinian Blackheath
4 out of 5 stars
(4user reviews)
CAU - Blackheath

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Address: 10-12 Royal Parade
London
SE3 0TL
Price: £££
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Users say (4)

4 out of 5 stars

Average User Rating

4.3 / 5

Rating Breakdown

  • 5 star:2
  • 4 star:1
  • 3 star:1
  • 2 star:0
  • 1 star:0
LiveReviews|5
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Really good steaks and good quantities. Service is good, staff is attentive but not bothering us with questions constantly. I would have prefered a better variety of beers. 

tastemaker

Disappointed after our trip here. We'd heard good things but the service and overall experience didn't match up to our hopes. We were left waiting for ages before we were able to order, then after another long wait were told we were no longer able to have 2 of the dishes we had ordered and would have to order again. The steaks here are good, but the rest of the dishes we had weren't particularly impressive. 


Top steaks, amazing cocktails and the roast on a Sunday is a favourite amongst all the locals!


Good choice for a dinner in Blackheath, can be a bit pricey but the food quality speaks for it. 

Tastemaker

I've been here twice now and both times were delicious! More recently I went here on a Monday night for my sister's birthday, during the Christmas holiday period. Even for a Monday it was fairly busy! For starters, we had the hummus and flatbreads to share and the anticuchos chicken skewers. Really tasty.

For mains, we all opted for the rib-eye 320g, which came with fat chips as a side included in the price. The steak was ordered to medium-well  and was absolutely gorgeous! Juicy, tender, flavorsome and just the right amount of fat. I couldn't fault it. The chips or should I say potatoes were HUGE (in size) and as a result really filling! Desserts, we went for churros and pancakes with ice cream, both with dulce de leche sauce. As it was my sister's birthday hers came with a sparkler and candle for her to blow out, whilst we all sang happy Birthday. The pancakes were A-maaazing!!!! I have a big Sweet Tooth anyway and the dulce de leche was beautiful! I really really do like this restaurant and is a great alternative to gaucho as its sister restaurant. So if you are looking for gaucho quality, on a purse friendlier budget, I would definitely, definitely, recommend. One thing... DO book before hand otherwise you'll be waiting for absolutely ages!

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