Border Springs Lamb Farm has opened in the Reading Terminal Market. The stand (which is directly behind the Original Turkey stand, just off the center court) offers a cuts of lamb, plus lamb sausages and gyro loaves for retail sale. And just this week they’ve begun to roll out their prepared foods. When fully operational the stand will offer lamb-centric dishes for breakfast and lunch.
Today I tried the “Name that Sandwich.” It’s a gyro, made with Border Springs Lamb Farms lamb loaf but they cannot call it a gyro, since Olympia Gyros is the Terminal’s exclusive gyro provider. So if you’ve got a better name, tell owner Craig Rogers and you can win a gyro loaf. Some might complain that the sandwich was on the small side but the gyro meat, cooked up by chef Aaron Gottesman was flavorful and satisfying. It also provided me with room for a Miller’s Twist pretzel but not enough for one of Beiler’s donuts.
I look forward to returning to try more dishes, including the lamb kebabs in Korean marinade.
Border Springs Breakfast
Lamb hash with potatoes, onions, peppers and friend egg
Lamb sausage with gravy and biscuits
Border Springs Lunch
Name that Sandwich (gyro)
BBQ lamb sandwich
Take-Out or Eat-In
Lamb pot pie
Lamb Kebabs in Korean marinade