Time Out says
Borough Market street-food stall, serving Mediterranean-style slow-roasted goat meat, cooked with white wine, herbs and olive oil
The recipes have a heritage firmly rooted in the East Med. The dishes are healthy and the flavour combinations are unique. All our ingredients are thoughtfully sourced (using other Borough market traders where possible) and everything is made by us fresh each day. All the sauces are homemade, no Heinz no Hellmans. We also employ techniques used in the past that can improve sustainability now like using mature halloumi and pickles made from waste veg.
|Transport:||Tube: London Bridge|
|Price:||Meal for two: around £12|
|Opening hours:||Meals served 10-5pm Wed; 10-5pm Thur; 10-6pm Fri; 8-5pm Sat|
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Users say (6)
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We love Gourmet Goat. Amazing food. Great taste. Whenever we are at Borough Market it is always our first choice for lunch. You should definitely try it...
Definitely my favourite food at borough market. And i know it well as i work around the corner. Delicious kid goat dishes all very original using top quality ingredients. They make everything from scratch at the market apart from the amazing pita breads which are imported from Greece!
Always friendly and forthcoming with information about kid goat and the products on sale.
My current favourite is the souvlaki which is deliciously caremelised in front of you. For working lunches I go for the kofte on the wheat berry salad which is light and fresh. Make sure you say yes to chili salsa which goes amazingly with everything!
Best stall at Borough market, friendly service and always delicious. I have the pulled goat on wheat - add the chilli salsa for kick, so good! Highly recommend
Hey I have found a most remarkable place for brilliant food on Borough Market, gourmet goat. I had the slowed cooked kid goat wrap on Saturday and it was delicious. The fresh chilli salsa along with the tzatziki went exceptionally well, highly recommended. Beware I shall return and will be trying the kofte and the souvlakia. Yummie..This a big 5 star product.
Good thing gone bad....
This used to be a really good place to grab lunch few months ago. Delicious slow cooked goat on the bed of whole wheat and with tzaztiki on the side,large box was £6.50. I went again today and there is no more slow cooked goat, they serve souvlaki instead, can't really compare. And to make things worse, they now charge £8. Not worth it.