Cabrito Goat Meat
Food (4.8/5)
Vibe (4.7/5)
Contact (4.6/5)
Value (4.7/5)




8 recommendations


About Me

Dietary requirements
I am: Always hungry
I'm allergic to: Nothing

I'd rather eat: Non processed, ethically sourced food, fair trade
Hi. I'm James, owner of Cabrito Goat Meat. I was a professional chef in London for 12 years. In 2011, I moved home to Devon to take a job at River Cottage and through a series of co-incidences, luck and some entrepreneurial spirit my girlfriend and I started Cabrito Goat Meat. We sell male kids taken from the British dairy industry. These goats were previously a wasted resource, as in an overwhelming number of cases, these animals were euthanised at birth. We now sell to restaurants and catering butchers nationwide. We also do the occasional event...

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Latest Reviews

Shirley Knights | 4 months

WeFiFo at Waitrose with James Whetlor

The food was fine. Not exceptional. The evening could have benefited from some canapes to go with the fizz. The starter needed to have some bread with it but was only served once a few of us asked. Who was my host? Waitrose or the chef? The chef appeared for half a minute to tell us what the menu was. We had that written down in front of us so..... It would have been nice if he'd appeared after dessert which incidentally was the best part of the meal.

Fiona Stewart | 1 year

Goatober N. Ireland with Broughgammon

this was a great evening. The passion and enthusiasm of the Cole family shone through despite the inclement weather. Food was excellent.

HeatherR | 1 year

Goatober N. Ireland with Broughgammon

A great evening with some really tasty locally sourced food. Excellent allergy awareness also.

Seni Glaister | 1 year

Goatober Bristol

Thanks to James for a spectacular feast. Everyone had a great time. The atmosphere, the food, the informative chat... can't wait for next Goatober!

Tom Nichols | 1 year

Goatober Bristol

Excellent . Gave a good account of how the meat was sourced , and how Goat could be an undiscovered treat for many .