The sandwich was pulled lamb on a bun and came with cole slaw on the sandwich eastern North Carolina style. I LOVE eastern North Carolina pulled pork, but I hate the slaw. I asked them to leave off the slaw on the sandwich and as a side as I always do in the states. It also came with french fries and baked beans. The sandwich was really huge, a ton of meat. They offered a vinegar and a sweet Kansas City style sauce. I went with the vinegar based sauce. The fries were the standard fair, fried well and tasty. The baked beans were a bit strange, maybe too sweet, I had a hard time deciding just what it was, but I didn’t eat many. I was full from the sandwich, anyway, it didn’t matter.
I have to discuss this sandwich in two contexts. As barbeque, it failed. It would have been a lot better if it had been made with wood or charcoal to pick up some smoke flavor. The vinegar sauce has a touch of ketchup and wasn’t bad, but this did not resonate as barbeque. I have had grilled and wood cooked lamb and this wasn’t it. However, as a pulled lamb sandwich, it was good. Most Americans wouldn’t appreciate the strong lamb flavor, it wasn’t hidden by spices or other manipulations. It was tender and moist and was pure lamb. I was quite happy with the meal.