Quick, convenient, and heaps of fun, our hot plate grills are energy-efficient, versatile, and boost any kitchen’s aesthetic.
Here’s the must-know info on our Japanese-inspired grill selection:
Featuring a simple yet striking design, our teppanyaki grills complement any kitchen; large, small, modern, or traditional. The matte black hot plate and curved metal handles capture the essence of a top-tier Japanese eatery, adding a slice of culture and panache to your pantry.
Teppanyaki grills are incredibly versatile; you can use them indoors and out, so why not put a Japanese spin on your next BBQ? There’s no heavy lifting either, thanks to their slimline design and internally secured parts.
Another plus – they’re super low-maintenance. A quick wipe with a damp cloth keeps them squeaky clean, and their slim build makes them easy to store away – win-win!
What can you cook on a teppanyaki grill? Well, if you can fry it, you can grill it – think meat, vegetables, seafood, tofu, rice, noodles, and more!
Teppanyaki grills are often erroneously called ‘teriyaki grills.’ To avoid confusion, here’s what each term means:
The word teppanyaki derives from teppan (metal hot plate) and yaki (cooked).
Teriyaki is a meat or fish dish marinated in teriyaki sauce, which comprises soy sauce, ginger, sake, and other flavourings.
Japanese design favours minimalism, and this permeates the country’s cookware.
A teppanyaki grill is essentially a large hot plate powered by electricity, a simple structure that retains heat and keeps costs down. This contrasts with open-flame grills, which lose heat when cooking.