Cabrito Goat Meat
Food (4.8/5)
Vibe (4.8/5)
Contact (4.7/5)
Value (4.9/5)





About Me

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

I'd rather eat: Fair trade, non processed, ethically sourced food
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. It was an ethical car crash as goat meat is delicious! We now sell to restaurants and catering butchers nationwide as well as Ocado. We also do the occasional event...

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Latest Reviews

Heidi | 2 days

Hidden Restaurants Goat Feast in the woods!

The weather was awful and they did well to keep us all dry! Food was yummy, but it would have been nice to hear a little more about Cabrito and their work from the host.

Jeannie | 2 weeks

Hidden Restaurants Goat Feast in the woods!

Despite the damp weather we had a fab time, the food and the atmosphere was lovely and the location was great, thank you so much James for a great afternoon and please keep me posted on any future events especially if you come to London/Essex

Ali Rankine | 3 weeks

Shawarma Kid Goat BBQ

Totally awesome, never really dabbled in goat but it was seriously tasty!

Daniel Green | 5 months

Shawarma Kid Goat BBQ

The goat was absolutely incredible, and the salads complemented it wonderfully. It was a meat I had not tried before, but I will certainly be having it in the future.

Seni Glaister | 5 months

Shawarma Kid Goat BBQ

The goat Shawarma was life changing! The goat was absolutely delicious, as were the vegetables and salads. But James himself was the real highlight - listening to him talk to a group of teenagers with passion, intelligence and reason about the ethical arguments for and against various food groups was an absolute joy. More please!