30th July 2017
Rose Cottage, Ashbrittle, Wellington TA21 0HG
Another Hidden Restaurants collaboration! We’re teaming up from Gordon Woodcock and Katie Venner at Tracebridge Sourdough, the bakery in the woods in Somerset. We’ll be cooking goat and delicious salads using the bakery’s wood-fired oven in the woods and local produce. Kate will be making pudding. This is BYO and there will be apple juice and kombucha on sale.
3rd – 6th August, 2017
Cornbury, Charlbury, OX7 3EH
Cabrito are bringing their kids to Wilderness. And then we are going to throw them on the BBQ! We’re encouraging children to cook kid goat and understand more about the food system and the plight of the billy goat. They will help marinade the kid, build the BBQ and learn about the cooking process, where the animals come from and why we should eat from the nose to the tail. Guaranteed to be lots of fun! Ps Human kids need an adult and be about 4 or over.
Come along if you have a ticket to come to Wilderness already.
19th – 20th August, 2017
Marine Parade and Cart Road, Lyme Regis, Dorset DT7 3JF
James is cooking at Mark Hix’s Food Rocks festival in Lyme Regis, on the Dorset coast. Expect all things food and drink from Dorset and surrounding areas. Food Rocks is a fun-filled weekend bursting with live, interactive cookery demonstrations from top chefs, talks and tastings from local producers, and a wide range of seasonal food and drink exhibitors to purchase from. There will also be kid’s activities so there is something to suit everyone.
1st – 3rd September,2017
Tobacco Quay, Wapping Lane, London E1W 2SF
Cabrito will be at Tobacco Dock, east London for Meatopia, the meat fest of the year. James will be cooking with on the tandoor with Indian British Chef and all round superstar Romy Gill MBE.
More details to follow.
27th September, 2017
The Montcalm Royal London House, 22-25 Finsbury Square, London EC2A 1DX
Goatober 2017 launch night at the Montcalm Royal London House Hotel, London! Goatober is the UK wide, month long celebration of the dairy billy goat meat industry and we have an amazing line up of chefs confirmed to cook on the night including Temper, Duck & Waffle and HIX Group.
[photo credit Stephen Joyce)
5ht October, 2017
Hamilton House, 80 Stokes Croft, Bristol BS1 3QY
Chef Matt Williamson joins James from Cabrito to cook an Indian feast.
Matt has over 20 years’ experience from 2 star Michelin restaurants to top end gastro-pubs, bustling London bistros and private members’ clubs. After arriving in Bristol in 2008 he opened his own acclaimed restaurant Flinty Red, that won accolades nationally and locally, including Michelin, National Restaurant Awards, Good Food Guide and Observer Food Monthly Awards.
Tickets are £40
8th October, 2017
The Koffee Pot, 84-86 Oldham Street, Manchester M4 1LE
Darren Goodwin (Grafene), Mary-Ellen McTague (Manchester Art Gallery Café), Richard Sharples (Hispi) and James Whetlor (Cabrito Goat Meat) are cooking a 4-course menu using kid goat meat or dairy in every dish. Part of the Manchester Food & Drink Festival.
Tickets are £40
[Mary Ellen McTague photo credit Chris Payne]
14th October, 2017
Durslade Farm, Dropping Lane, Bruton BA10 0NL
We’re collaborating again with our friends Steve and Jules Horrell, who run the beautiful Roth Bar & Grill, in Bruton for Goatober Somerset. Roth Bar & Grill featured on the same episode of Channel 4’s Hidden Restaurants with Michel Roux Jr as Cabrito, so we’re firing up their grill pits for whole roast goat, spiced aubergine salad, mixed leaves and flatbreads. Rice pudding with Somerset cider brandy soaked prunes to follow.
Cocktails on arrival at 7pm, dinner at 8pm. Tickets are £30 per adult including 2 courses and a welcome drink and children are £20pp.