The ‘home of the Wagyu burger’ opens first Sheffield restaurant
A new burger joint that specialises in Wagyu beef and sells a Sunday roast burger has opened its doors in Sheffield’s West One Plaza.
Based across the north, Solita’s new Sheffield city-centre site becomes their seventh restaurant with well-established venues already operating in Manchester, York, Harrogate, Beverley and Hull.
The mouth-watering menu is packed full of stacked burgers, including the Big Manc, a cheeky version of the famous Maccies burger, and a Sunday Roast burger that includes a 4 oz wagyu beef patty, roast wagyu top side, carrots, parsnips, Horseradish Mayo, Monterey Jack Cheese topped with mini Yorkshire puddings, pigs in blankets and served with a potato poutine.
As well as the burgers they also offer fried chicken, wings and ribs, as well as a huge range of sides, and veggie and vegan options – all of which can be washed down with a beer, wine, prosecco or cocktails.
CEO of parent company Shoot the Bull, which has a home in Kommune, Chris Harrison, said: “Here at Solita, we’ve always loved Sheffield as a city, and it’s been a goal of ours to bring The Home of the Wagyu Burger here.
“When we heard of the opening of the site on West One we knew it was the perfect opportunity to make that dream a reality and create Solita Sheffield.
“Solita has grown from two sites to seven, since 2020, and we’re showing no signs of slowing down. We hope that the people of Sheffield love Solita just as much as fellow northerners who have been enjoying our new openings.”
For more info or to book head over to their Facebook page here.