After two years of trading outside at Borough Market, this rising street food star has opened a new fixed indoor unit on one of the iconic market’s main byways Rochester Walk. Gourmet Goat is renowned for its East Mediterranean dishes showcasing kid goat sourced exclusively from British dairy farms.
Gourmet Goat has built a signifiant and loyal following since they began trading at Borough Market in 2014, rapidly outgrowing their previous outdoor pitches at Stoney Street and Green Market. Its dishes are all inspired by recipes from co-founder Nadia Stoke’s East Mediterranean heritage.
On the menu: Slow roast kid goat shoulder and leg cooked with white wine, oregano, bay, thyme, garlic, lemon zest and extra virgin olive oil; and their equally popular grilled kid goat meat kofta, freshly made by Nadia and husband Nick each day using lean kid goat mince. Both dishes come with a choice of Greek pita or East Med salad with organic wheat berries, plus homemade tzatziki and green chilli salsa.
The larger fixed kitchen space now allows Gourmet Goat to add seasonal specials to their menu such as Kid Goat Stifado, a traditional Greek stew prepared with sweet slow-cooked onions, Greek red wine vinegar reduction, cinnamon and bay, accompanied by giant couscous and grated anari (a Cypriot hard cheese made with the whey of halloumi).