Japanese Wagyu meat, 'also known as Kobe', is widely acclaimed to be the most tender, most succulent and most tastiest meat in the world.

Wagyu translates to japanese cattle-'wa' os japanese 'gyu' means cattle.

Voelas Hall, located in the Lleyn Pennisula, North Wales, is home to the UK's only herd of traditional Wagyu.

The meat used to make the Kobe Steakburger, is obtained from this herd, which lead a life of luxury.  The herd are fed on a diet of grains, racehorse grass and hay, supplemented with beer.  The cattle have regular massages which is believed to improve the quality of the meat, giving it a wonderful marbling and the extraordinary succulence from which it is reknowned.