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Hibachi Grill (18")
Photography by Mark Weinberg.

A small but mighty grill.


Hibachi Grill (18")

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We love to grill, but unless we're cooking for a crowd, a huge BBQ that takes time to heat up isn't the most practical. What we need in the summer is a small grill that doesn't take up space and heats up quickly. This carbon steel hibachi grill has a removable grilling surface -- and it's ideal for making dinner for just a few (it uses charcoal, which gives grilled food a great smoky flavor). It's pretty hefty (24.5 lbs) because it's seriously sturdy and nearly indestructible. Use it to cook small cuts of meat, fish, chicken, and vegetables.

The entire grill is metal, so handle it carefully! It'll heat up and should be used on heat-resistant surfaces like stone.

  • Made in: Baltimore, MD
  • Made of: Carbon steel
  • Size: 18" L x 6" W

Sourced from: Kotaigrill

Detailed cleaning and care instructions provided in every package. Wipe down thoroughly before first use. Clean regularly to avoid rust. Handle with heat-resistant gloves. All parts of this grill are susceptible to heat; therefore, do not place grill on plastic or other heat-sensitive surfaces.

Standard Shipping: Ships out within 2 business days.

Three-Day Shipping: Guaranteed delivery by Monday, December 7.

Additional Shipping Information: Cannot be shipped to U.S. Territories or P.O.Box/APO/FPO/DPO addresses.

Note: Additional charges apply for shipments to Alaska and Hawaii.

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