Getting to know Peppered Goat

When: Wed 11 Oct 2017
Getting to know Peppered Goat

 

What will be your Business name?
Peppered Goat.

Please describe the type of business you will operate and outline the goods and/or services you will provide.
We offer a huge range of hot and cold healthy take-away meal options. Full salad bar with seasonal ingredients, slow roasted meats, gluten free and vegetarian options. Dine-in options and really good coffee.

How long have you been in business?
This is a new business for us

Why did you choose this line of business?
We felt there was a gap in the market for healthy take-away foods

Is this your only store or do you have others?
Only store at the moment

How many staff members are expected to work at your business?
We will have 10-15 staff, all new people, all locals hopefully.

What were the main reasons you decided to trade at The Village Warralily?
We live in the estate and love living here. Wanted to start our business locally and extend the concept to other area’s later

What are you looking forward to most when you open your doors at The Village?
Meeting all the locals and people loving our food.

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