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24 June 2016

Yorkshire Wagyu delights Dorset burger fans

Wagyu meat from cattle reared in the Yorkshire Wolds is proving to be a favourite with customers at an independent Dorset burger restaurant.

Artisan Food Trail member, The Yorkshire Wagyu Company is now exclusively supplying meat to the independent burger restaurant Hao Cow, an eatery based in Pan-Asian café bar Ayya, in the centre of Weymouth.

A chuck steak and short rib Wagyu meat combination is provided weekly which the restaurant chefs turn into 100% Wagyu burgers.

Farmer and co-founder of The Yorkshire Wagyu Company, Jonathan Shepherd, said it’s great to create a buzz about their Wagyu in the town.
“We’d eventually like to supply outlets like Hao Cow nationwide and the fact that an eatery in Weymouth is serving our Wagyu is definitely a step in the right direction. We’re pleased to work with a progressive business that is dedicated to serving the best quality Wagyu meat.”

Famed for its intense fat marbling, Wagyu meat has a deep beefy flavour favoured by Hao Cow, now the only outlet in Dorset where Yorkshire Wagyu is available.

Sacha Phillip, marketing administrator at Hao Cow, said they found out about The Yorkshire Wagyu Company while searching for the best quality Wagyu meat available in the UK.
“We spoke with Jonathan who understood exactly what we needed, and he helped us to create the perfect blend of Wagyu cuts for the ultimate burger.
Our customers say these burgers are the best they’ve ever tasted, and they can’t seem to get enough of them. We love them because they're rich and packed full of flavour.
We don't need to add anything to the Wagyu meat other than some salt and pepper – it’s perfect for our patties.

To find out more about The Yorkshire Wagyu Company visit their page on The Artisan Food Trail here.

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