If you’ve been watching Channel 4’s Hidden Restaurants with Michel Roux Jnr recently, you may have spotted Cabrito Goat Meat and Roth Bar and Grill, who recently featured on the series’ first episode. This May, the duo are teaming up again to cook at Roth Bar & Grill for a delicious Goat Feast over flaming fire.
Led by husband and wife team Steve and Jules Horrell, Roth Bar and Grill is housed in the picturesque old cowshed of Durslade Farm, on the site of Hauser & Wirth, a pioneering world class arts gallery and multi-purpose arts centre, situated on the River Brue. Durslade is a working farm with livestock including Aberdeen Angus and Hereford cattle, Lleyn sheep and Oxford Sandy and Black pigs. The Kitchen Garden was created by world-renowned herb expert Jekka McVicar and supplies the kitchen with year-round seasonal vegetables and edible flowers.
James Whetlor’s very first kid goat sale was to Jeremy Lee at Quo Vadis in March 2012; and through word-of-mouth and thousands of miles on the M3 and M25 from Devon to London, James was soon supplying some of the UK’s top restaurants. Today, Cabrito supplies over 70 well-known establishments including Mark Hix, St John, Quo Vadis and new restaurants on the ever-changing food scene including Marksman, Smokehouse and Pidgin. Cabrito kid is also on Dan Barber’s #wastED London menu on the rooftop terrace at Selfridges – just further reason to book your ticket for this exciting upcoming event.
PLUS: To read our interview with James, click here.
When: 1st May
Times: 12 – 2pm
Price: Tickets are £25 per person for two courses and can be bought here
Where: Durslade Farm, Dropping Lane, Bruton BA10 0NL