Made from professional, food-grade
German Stainless Steel,
type 304 (V2A)
8 gauge = 5/32" thick!!!       
Re-Invent your
Dinner Parties
and Entertain the
Casual Way by cooking
Teppanyaki Style!

Get real food and forget
about measly Marshmellows and Wieners! (although you can certainly indulge in those as well).

VERY INTERESTING:
Coffee Tables are
3-step Height Adjustable.
Will fit any conversation group deep seating.

MODELS + SIZES:

CT-80 | 31-1/2" x 31-1/2"
80 cm x 80 cm casual table
4download spec sheet CT80

CT-8060 | 31-1/2" x 23-5/8"
80 cm x 60 cm casual table
4download specs CT8060

TS-80SQ | 31-1/2" x 31-1/2"
80 cm x 80 cm dining table
4download spec sheet TS80
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José Andrés, the Washington, D.C. chef and Spanish food guru demystifies the plancha: "In Spain any hot flat thing is a plancha." While Andrés claims to have no romantic notions about planchas, he considers them "the perfect cooking tool and extremely empowering" because they can manage different foods at once, without mistakes and with nary a pan in sight. "When I came to the United States and saw cooks in diners making all their dishes on the griddle, I figured, ‘they use planchas here too,'" and Andrés admits that when he's behind a plancha he feels like the "king of the world." Stainless surfaces are very pricey, but Andrés loves it because it is extremely easy to clean and it provides excellent food release with no flavor transfer between dishes. "At the end of the night, I can see my face reflected in the cooktop, and that kind of cleanliness is very important to me." Tops with their reflective surface also feel cooler to the operator than black griddles, which radiate more heat. Unlike what you might expect from a Spanish chef, Andrés does not establish a heat gradient on his griddles but instead maintains an even temperature over the entire surface. An even temperature allows him to mentally divide the surface into a grid of identical squares into which he places individual orders.