It was one of the most unlikely dinner dates of the year.
Some people would have to pay good money to get a vegan and meat roast lover on the same restaurant table.
But it was simply the challenge that got omnivore reporter Robert Sutcliffe to sit down with myself, the Examiner’s resident vegan, at Huddersfield’s only vegan eatery, Goat Cafe.
It was definitely an eye-opening experience for Robert, who proudly boasts that he “only once made a vegetarian meal by accident.”
Yet even he found the trip to the Trinity Street cafe to pass in an “enjoyable blur.”
Click the video above to watch Chloe and Robert's review
We took the last free table in the cosy venue last Wednesday lunchtime — Goat Cafe is already a popular haunt despite only opening last week.
Cakes, full meals and snacks are all on offer at 28-seater Goat Cafe which is ironically housed in a former kebab takeaway on Trinity Street just outside Huddersfield town centre.
The cafe is open 10am to 6pm Tuesday to Friday and noon to 6pm at the weekends.