Portable Teppanyaki Grill | Model PU-80

304/V2A German Stainless Steel
D600 x W800 x H80 mm

Not every teppanyaki chef wants to be confined to the kitchen. For some, our built-in grills just won’t suffice. What if you want to cook outside or take your teppanyaki grill to a friend’s house for a dinner party? Well with our portable teppanyaki grill range, this all becomes possible.

Cook N Dine’s portable teppanyaki grills enable you to have an exclusive teppanyaki party, whenever and wherever you want. The portable range is all-electric, so the only thing you need is a power source.

A Cook-N-Dine Portable Teppanyaki Plus solves any dinner party problems that arise from wind and weather. Simply take it undercover or move to a different room completely. Due to the warming area of the grills being smaller, you can use the outer edges as a regular table. All you need when cooking is your portable teppanyaki grill and your ingredients! Explore the possibilities and versatilities. Cook on your patio, dining table, terrace, balcony, motor home, yacht or even in your bedroom!

  • Category
    Barbecues and Grills, Cooktops
  • Range
  • Brand
    Cook n Dine
  • Warranty
    2 years
  • Type
  • Country of origin
  • Size: 800mm x 600mm x 80mm
  • Weight: 27kg
  • Power: 240V- 2250W I 10AMP
  • Material: Premium 4mm 304/V2A German Stainless Steel

Enjoy teppanyaki cooking almost anywhere with the Portable PU-80

  • Portability – easy to cook anywhere close to power source
  • Sleek look, hand finished, hard wearing silk brushed cooking surface
  • Unique built-in ThermoFlex technology for Dual Zone cooking
  • Designed, engineered & crafted in Bavaria, Germany
SKU: PU-80
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The UltraDine® Teppanyaki Grill was originally developed and launched by Paul Schact way back in the 80s and its unique technology has now become the gold standard in single plate cooking with regularly consistent uptake and usage across the world.

Before turning his hand to cooking, Paul Schact III was a leading engineer / industrial designer and one of the first automobile tuning professionals in Europe. His expertise was almost a given with a family tradition of expertise in engineering. His grandfather, Paul Schacht I, founded the family business in 1887 in Stendal, Germany, manufacturing fancy horse carriages and offered leather upholstery as well as paint services. When the automobile gradually took over, the company quickly adjusted to the demand of this new industry era. It was Paul Schact III who delivered Mercedes a world record for straight-off-the-assembly-line sedans and continued to do so for many years, specifically the world records achieved with the famed Mercedes Benz 190 sedan.

Next to his passion for automobiles was his love of cooking. Paul loved the whole cooking process but lamented standing alone in the kitchen while his guests lingered elsewhere in the house waiting for their meals. As a lover of single-dish cooking, he researched the Teppanyaki style of cooking and used his famed engineering skills to develop a cooking device that is not only sleek and elegant in design but is absolutely unique in its operation.

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