We’re big fans of alliteration. But we’re even bigger fans of this stall. Gourmet Goat serves eastern Mediterranean dishes made with seasonal vegetables and British meat, shockingly, including a lot of goat. Although they serve everything from slow roast veal salads, to bulghar wheat pilaf bowls, to breakfast yogurt pots, the kid goat kofta pita is what you really want to get involved in. We challenge anyone to come here and try this bad boy without entering a very serious, entirely sincere, slightly obsessive conversation about tzatziki.
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