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Goat curry in Denver?

tatamagouche Mar 13, 2009 01:12 PM

Man, I'd love me some goat curry right about now. Anyone know of any Caribbean place in town where it's available?

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    ClaireWalter RE: tatamagouche Mar 13, 2009 01:56 PM

    Does Caribbean Cuisine Plus More (East Illife, Aurora) still exist?

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      tatamagouche RE: ClaireWalter Mar 13, 2009 06:22 PM

      Doesn't appear to....but nice call! Got any other thoughts?

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        rlm RE: ClaireWalter Mar 14, 2009 09:33 AM

        Caribbean Cuisine + is longer there, and it was never that good anyway from my personal experience, imho, although Sheehan in Westword loved it (which is how I heard about it in the first place).

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          ClaireWalter RE: rlm Mar 15, 2009 09:59 AM

          RLM - I think that's where I heard about it too. For a while there was a Caribbean restaurant in Boulder County called I + I ( or I & I). First they were in Boulder, across the street from Liquor Mart, I think, then at locations in Nederland. Folded a couple of years ago, but I don't think they had goat curry -- and even it they did, it's too late for Tatamagouche's craving. .

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        nateco RE: tatamagouche Mar 17, 2009 12:24 PM

        Caribbean Bakery
        2934 E. Colfax Ave
        303-399-7993

        Been over a year since I have been there, I think it is still there. I am pretty sure i have seen curry goat on the menu there, but it may not be there every day. You could probably call and ask.

        I need to go to that place again. Not amazing, but pretty good.

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          tatamagouche RE: nateco Mar 17, 2009 12:37 PM

          Dang, you're full of recs! Thanks!

        2. tatamagouche RE: tatamagouche Mar 23, 2009 07:40 AM

          I FOUND SOME!

          At India's Pearl. I still want it Caribbean-style, but to find it at all, in two different versions, was sheer serendipity. Pics here.

          http://www.denveater.com/denveater/20...

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            ClaireWalter RE: tatamagouche Apr 2, 2009 06:10 PM

            Glad you found it, but if it doesn't have to be curry and/or Caribbean, goat is on the April menu at Six89 in Carbondale: "MILK & HONEY ROASTED SONOMA GOAT,
            truffled chevre agnolotti, greens, charred tomato, reggiano 11"

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              tatamagouche RE: ClaireWalter Apr 3, 2009 07:02 AM

              That's awesome! Thx for the tip, Claire!

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                ClaireWalter RE: tatamagouche Jun 5, 2009 12:42 PM

                Another non-Caribbean goat dish will be part of Juanita's 26th anniversary feast on June 13. They occasionally offer it when they do tequile dinners and the like. See http://www.juanitas-boulder.com/index....

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              RobynS RE: tatamagouche Aug 30, 2009 03:34 PM

              I found goat curry last night at Tandoori's in south Boulder. I never would have thought to try it except for this thread and I really enjoyed it so thank you! Leftovers will make a delightful dinner this evening.

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                tatamagouche RE: RobynS Aug 31, 2009 01:47 PM

                Great! How's that place in general?

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                  RobynS RE: tatamagouche Aug 31, 2009 07:56 PM

                  It's the first time I'd been but it came highly recommended by a friend who used to go there during grad school with her Indian friends. We had tandoori chicken (the best I've ever had), aloo mutter, chicken tikka masala, samosas, and keema naan amongst us and all was very good. The service was patient (our friends got caught in a dui checkpoint and delayed) and friendly and when one dish didn't come out with the rest (the goat curry!) I think our main server almost blew a gasket by the looks on his face he was not happy! I will definitely return.

            3. tatamagouche RE: tatamagouche Sep 2, 2009 07:08 AM

              I just heard word that goat'll be on the menu at Elway's during Harvest Week...actually Harvest Week's seeming like the way cooler little sib of RW.

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                lotuseedpaste RE: tatamagouche Aug 24, 2010 08:56 AM

                Just a note that I saw that Namaste (Meadows Shopping Center in Boulder, Baseline and Foothills) has added goat curry to their menu. I haven't tried it yet, but I should soon since I live nearby.

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                  tatamagouche RE: lotuseedpaste Aug 24, 2010 02:48 PM

                  Keep me posted!

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                  sekelmaan RE: tatamagouche Sep 4, 2010 10:14 AM

                  There used to be a couple great Vietnamese places around Colfax and Federal back in the 80's when I lived in Denver. Yesterday, I discovered an amazing dish called De Xao Lan. It is a very spicy goat curry with lemon grass, thai or serrano peppers and other delicious bits. You should call some of the Viet places and see if they can make it for you or have it on the menu. What a dish!

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                  Viet's Restaurant
                  333 S Federal Blvd, Denver, CO 80219

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                    tatamagouche RE: sekelmaan Sep 4, 2010 10:54 AM

                    Haven't noticed it on menus, will definitely look. Thanks!

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