I've had dinner at Caju many times in the past, the last time on May 25 this year.
I usually order feijoada, a traditional Brazilian dish made with black beans and pork, because it is nicely prepared at Caju. The recipe is not authentic, since it has been adapted for Canadian tastes, but it is still very flavorful. The picanha (steak dish) is also well prepared.
Caju's caipirinha used to be the best one in the area, compared to Red Violin (Danforth), Carnaval (Richmond Hill) and Copacabana (Niagara Falls). Unfortunately, in our last visit it was very disappointing.
In my opinion, Caju is a great place in Toronto to experience Brazilian-influenced cuisine, in a pleasant dining room with good service. For the price, you might get better value at other restaurants, but then you would be missing on the Brazilian food. ;-)