Restaurant chain adds to the menu at Victoria Gate project

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An Argentinian inspired steakhouse is the latest restaurant to announce that it will be opening a branch in the £165 million Victoria Gate project.

The city centre development is set to open to the public next month and CAU will be adding to the dining offering.



The restaurant will offer visitors its popular all-day dining menu of steaks, burgers and small plates, as well as brunches with a Buenos Aires twist and Sunday roasts on the weekend.

The brand is a key addition to the dining line-up at Victoria Gate which already includes global restaurant group, D&D and international bakery and restaurant group, Le Pain Quotidien.

Robin Dobson, Director of Retail Development at Hammerson which is behind Victoria Gate said: “We are looking forward to welcoming CAU to Victoria Gate, as well as Leeds’ dining offer. Like many of the other brands we have secured, CAU’s decision to launch at Victoria Gate reflects tthe perfect opportunity for brands to step outside of London and build a presence in Leeds.”

Charley Springall from CAU added: “We are excited about launching our 21st site in the UK in such a vibrant and diverse city as Leeds, particularly as part of this much anticipated regeneration project.”

Victoria Gate will also house the city’s first John Lewis branch as a flagship store.