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Only mutton soups Chinese style or Indian style are availble.

 

Anyone know if there is any outlet selling Goat meat in Singapore?

 

If not in Singapore does anyone know if it is available in JB and the outlets.

 

Thank you.

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Bro, are you looking for raw goat's meat or prepared dishes that contain goat's meat?

For either, you can go down to Tekka market. There are many stalls who sell raw goat's meat at the meat section, whatever cut/s or minced.

At the cooked food section, you can go for goat's meat biryani, murtabak with minced goat's meat, mutton soup or even mee goreng with minced goat's meat or mutton chops with fries, etc. And at any of the many Indian restaurants, a variety of goat's meat dishes, too many to mention.

BTW, goat's meat is also known as mutton here.

Cheers and Bon Appetite.

 

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14 hours ago, dong said:

Bro, are you looking for raw goat's meat or prepared dishes that contain goat's meat?

For either, you can go down to Tekka market. There are many stalls who sell raw goat's meat at the meat section, whatever cut/s or minced.

At the cooked food section, you can go for goat's meat biryani, murtabak with minced goat's meat, mutton soup or even mee goreng with minced goat's meat or mutton chops with fries, etc. And at any of the many Indian restaurants, a variety of goat's meat dishes, too many to mention.

BTW, goat's meat is also known as mutton here.

Cheers and Bon Appetite.

 

Thank you for sharing.

 It is prepared dish and what I am looking for is not mutton from sheep but mutton from mountain goat.

 

 

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3 hours ago, titactoh said:

Thank you for sharing.

 It is prepared dish and what I am looking for is not mutton from sheep but mutton from mountain goat.

 

 

Most, if not all, prepared mutton dishes are of goat's meat in the Little India area. Sheep's meat in this area is called lamb for some reason and one must specify that one wants lamb's meat if it is preferred but only at the raw meat shops.

As for mountain goat's meat, I doubt that it is available here unless some vendor tries to pull a fast one on you with an interesting story. I believe all goat's meat here are from goats reared in S'pore or Malaysia. You can see the goats reared here in the Lim Chu Kang area. I don't think that the goats, reared for meat and milk, in S'pore or Malaysia are of the mountain goat variety as I am not familiar with the breeds.

If you want to eat a decent goat's (kid) meat biryani, you may visit this shop - Bismillah Biryani Restaurant at 50 Dunlop Street.

Cheers

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1 hour ago, dong said:

Most, if not all, prepared mutton dishes are of goat's meat in the Little India area. Sheep's meat in this area is called lamb for some reason and one must specify that one wants lamb's meat if it is preferred but only at the raw meat shops.

As for mountain goat's meat, I doubt that it is available here unless some vendor tries to pull a fast one on you with an interesting story. I believe all goat's meat here are from goats reared in S'pore or Malaysia. You can see the goats reared here in the Lim Chu Kang area. I don't think that the goats, reared for meat and milk, in S'pore or Malaysia are of the mountain goat variety as I am not familiar with the breeds.

If you want to eat a decent goat's (kid) meat biryani, you may visit this shop - Bismillah Biryani Restaurant at 50 Dunlop Street.

Cheers

I think there is a need to clarify on sheep and goat. 

When I mention Mountain goat it was just to distinguish goat from sheep. The latter is usually what we associate and see being raised in NZ and Australia.

The goat is the specie with a beard and short tail.

I know Hay's goat farm rear goat for its milk.

I was checking around if there are outlets or restaurants that serve goat dishes in Sg.  

So you confirm Bismillah Biryani Reataurant in Dunlop Street. Thank you very much for your contribution and effort. Much appreciated.

Imjust checked and it is close on Tuesday.

Seems from review that it  does not serve Kid Goat briyani every day though it is a staple on Sunday.

Need to call them to check what other days that it is available. Would prefer to buyn back and enjoy eating at home with C19 around.

Thanks once again. that I have a source for my fix.

 

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On 10/20/2020 at 2:44 PM, dong said:

Most, if not all, prepared mutton dishes are of goat's meat in the Little India area. Sheep's meat in this area is called lamb for some reason and one must specify that one wants lamb's meat if it is preferred but only at the raw meat shops.

As for mountain goat's meat, I doubt that it is available here unless some vendor tries to pull a fast one on you with an interesting story. I believe all goat's meat here are from goats reared in S'pore or Malaysia. You can see the goats reared here in the Lim Chu Kang area. I don't think that the goats, reared for meat and milk, in S'pore or Malaysia are of the mountain goat variety as I am not familiar with the breeds.

If you want to eat a decent goat's (kid) meat biryani, you may visit this shop - Bismillah Biryani Restaurant at 50 Dunlop Street.

Cheers

I think there is a need to clarify on sheep and goat. 

When I mention Mountain goat it was just to distinguish goat from sheep. The latter is usually what we associate and see being raised in NZ and Australia.

The goat is the specie with a beard and short tail.

I know Hay's goat farm rear goat for its milk.

I was checking around if there are outlets or restaurants that serve goat dishes in Sg.  

So you confirm Bismillah Biryani Reataurant in Dunlop Street. Thank you very much for your contribution and effort. Much appreciated.

Imjust checked and it is close on Tuesday.

Seems from review that it  does not serve Kid Goat briyani every day though it is a staple on Sunday.

Need to call them to check what other days that it is available. Would prefer to buyn back and enjoy eating at home with C19 around.

Thanks once again. that I have a source for my fix.

I checked with the 50 Dunlop Street on the days they serve Kid Goat and the lady caashier told me they serve every day and what they serve is the young of Lamb. So its young sheep. She did not mention young of Goat.

 

Anyway wil give it a try sice the location is a few minutes away from Jalan Besar Mrt.

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I checked with the 50 Dunlop Street on the days they serve Kid Goat and the lady caashier told me they serve every day and what they serve is the young of Lamb. So its young sheep. She did not mention young of Goat.

 

Anyway wil give it a try sice the location is a few minutes away from Jalan Besar Mrt.

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young sheep = lamb

old sheep = mutton

goat = mutton

 

Majority of mutton import is from Australia (86%) and New Zealand (8%). 99+% of import are from sheep

  • 30% (24 million US$): 020442 - Meat of sheep (excl. lamb & carcasses), frozen, bone-in
  • 26% (20 million US$): 020443 - Meat of sheep (excl. lamb), frozen, boneless
  • 22% (17.8 million US$): 020441 - Carcasses/half-carcasses of sheep (excl. lamb), frozen
  • 8.52% (6.68 million US$): 020422 - Meat of sheep (excl. lamb & carcasses), fresh/chilled, bone-in
  • 4.18% (3.28 million US$): 020423 - Meat of sheep (excl. lamb), fresh/chilled, boneless
  • 3.41% (2.67 million US$): 020410 - Carcasses/half-carcasses of lamb, fresh/chilled
  • 2.15% (1.69 million US$): 020421 - Carcasses/half-carcasses of sheep (excl. lamb), fresh/chilled
  • 1.28% (1.01 million US$): 020430 - Carcasses/half-carcasses of lamb, frozen
  • 0.608% (477 thousand US$): 020450 - Meat of goats, fresh/chilled/frozen

So, I would think majority of prepared mutton is from old sheep, with the limited supply of mutton from goat.

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4 hours ago, jonlee said:

young sheep = lamb

old sheep = mutton

goat = mutton

 

Majority of mutton import is from Australia (86%) and New Zealand (8%). 99+% of import are from sheep

  • 30% (24 million US$): 020442 - Meat of sheep (excl. lamb & carcasses), frozen, bone-in
  • 26% (20 million US$): 020443 - Meat of sheep (excl. lamb), frozen, boneless
  • 22% (17.8 million US$): 020441 - Carcasses/half-carcasses of sheep (excl. lamb), frozen
  • 8.52% (6.68 million US$): 020422 - Meat of sheep (excl. lamb & carcasses), fresh/chilled, bone-in
  • 4.18% (3.28 million US$): 020423 - Meat of sheep (excl. lamb), fresh/chilled, boneless
  • 3.41% (2.67 million US$): 020410 - Carcasses/half-carcasses of lamb, fresh/chilled
  • 2.15% (1.69 million US$): 020421 - Carcasses/half-carcasses of sheep (excl. lamb), fresh/chilled
  • 1.28% (1.01 million US$): 020430 - Carcasses/half-carcasses of lamb, frozen
  • 0.608% (477 thousand US$): 020450 - Meat of goats, fresh/chilled/frozen

So, I would think majority of prepared mutton is from old sheep, with the limited supply of mutton from goat.

Interesting detail of mutton imports.

 

Looks like goat meat is served only in fine dining restaurants.  So only is to check with friends in JB whether any restaurant there serve goat dishes.

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Saw this price list in FB.  Goat and lamp same price.  Mutton cheaper.

Fresh Lamb (Bone-In) @ $32.00 /kg
Fresh Lamb Boneless @ $36.00 /kg
Fresh Lamb Chops / Cutlets @ $34.00 /kg
Fresh Lamb Ribs @ $26.00 /kg
Fresh Lamb Keema @ $36.00 /kg
 
Fresh Goat (Bone-In) @ $32.00 /kg
Fresh Goat Boneless @ $36.00 /kg
Fresh Goat Chops / Cutlets @ $34.00 /kg
Fresh Goat Ribs @ $26.00 /kg
Fresh Goat Keema @ $36.00 /kg
 
Fresh Mutton (Bone-In) @ $26.00 /kg
Fresh Mutton Boneless @ $30.00 /kg
Fresh Mutton Ribs @ $24.00 /kg
Fresh Mutton Keema @ $30.00 /kg
Fresh Mutton Marrow Bone (Tulang) @ $12 /kg
 
Fresh Lamb / Mutton Tripe @ $12.00 /kg
Fresh Lamb / Mutton Liver @ $12.00 half kg
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