Like meat? Then Cau is the restaurant for you.

Located on the picturesque Kingston Riverside, diners can enjoy their meal al fresco while watching boats glide past on the Thames.

Think melt in the mouth steaks meet classic cocktails, Cau has it all.

The exhaustive menu may give diners a little too much choice, with burgers, steaks, salads, chicken, pork and fish all looking like perfect palate pleasers.

The decor, albeit slightly clinical, is stylish and modern and gives the place an up-to-date and classy feel.

Triple cooked chips are a taste sensation, while the spiral cut Tira de Ancho steak, slowly grilled until tender, is the highlight of the menu.

Our server, Russell, is passionate about the food on offer at the riverside steakhouse and is keen to recommend the best dishes.

The cocktail menu does not fail to impress, from fruity caipirinhas and carinos to classic mojitos and a stylish bellini.

The restaurant sells its chimichurri sauce as "an Argentinian steak’s best friend" and it is the perfect accompaniment to the juicy thick slabs of meat.

Price-wise the money reflects the meat. You can steal a 220g rump for £13.95, while a 500g marinated sirloin will set you back £34.95 - not bad for sharing.

Cau boasts a far-reaching menu and its steaks deliver on taste and texture.

A plethora of sides including mouth watering chickpeas and chorizo, marinated grilled vegetables and courgette and onion tempura means diners can choose the ideal dish to devour alongside their main.

Not suitable for vegetarians.