Over the last few months we’ve slowly been spreading our wings and getting our kid goat further afield. From regularly attending the Temple Bar Food Market we have slowly got goat on the menu in some fantastic restaurants in the South of Ireland but most recently we are now supplying our kid goat to the acclaimed Pickle Restaurant, in Camden Street, Dublin!
We can’t wait to get down and taste the menu as it sounds very innovative, fresh, delicious and modern! If you’re intrigued there is a brilliant review from the Irish Times below:
We particularly loved this:
Goat on toast. It’s a first for me and I love it. Not least because it raises the whole goat-shaped mystery of Western menus. The goats’ cheese logs served in restaurants would probably circumnavigate the globe several times if you laid them end to chalky end. Yet where are all the kid goats whose demise gives us the goats’ milk to make all the cheese? The answer is that goat is a staple meat in developing countries, food for people who can’t afford to be picky about the ruminants they eat. Catherine Cleary The Irish Times 19/03/16
Read the rest of the review and get a sneak peak at Pickle’s menu HERE.
Pickle Restaurant ,43 Camden St Lower, Dublin 2, tel: 01-5557755