Burger joint KerbEdge creates 20 new jobs in Sheffield with launch of second restaurant
Burger joint KerbEdge is set to be the newest addition to Sheffield’s restaurant scene next month with the opening of its second UK outlet.
With a restaurant already established in Hull, KerbEdge is now expanding into the steel city with a 110-seat restaurant at West One in the Devonshire Quarter. The restaurant will create 20 new jobs.
With locally sourced produce, KerbEdge Sheffield will offer diners dishes such as the Yorkshire Blue Burger and its popular Dirk loaded chips – fat chips loaded with a Jack Daniels Fire, Pepsi & BBQ sauce, pulled ham hock, warm beer cheese sauce and citrus pickled onions.
Adam Bryson, KerbEdge founder, said: “We can’t wait to bring our incredible burgers to the good folk of Sheffield. After our success launching our first restaurant in Hull last year, Sheffield was top of the list for our next venture.
“The city has the same laid back, friendly feel as Hull and it’s one of the few other places that likes Hull’s famous chip spice!
“Diners can expect a real treat at KerbEdge Sheffield. It’ll be a relaxed venue to catch up with friends and enjoy food that’s all about flavour. No mammoth eating challenges, no gimmicks – it’s all about using the very best Yorkshire produce to create great tasting burgers.”
KerbEdge was founded by Adam Bryson in 2014 after a trip to the world-famous Burger Joint in New York. He launched KerbEdge with Cyril, a restored 1979 Citreon HY van, and began serving burgers at markets, weddings and festivals like Download and T in the Park.