Commercial grills in their many forms are a popular piece of catering equipment found in most food service businesses from a single head panini grill in a small cafe to a 1500mm wide char grill in a busy steakhouse.


The under-fired or open-hearth chargrill is one of the most popular of all grills. It is basically a firebox with a top grate of cast iron or steel on which to broil food. The top grate itself becomes very hot and is designed to add sear marks to the food. This is the chargrill “signature” or trademark.

Contact Grills

The popularity of sandwiches in virtually all foodservice operator segments has expanded the use of small two-sided griddles called pane bella or panini grills. These small grills are not designed for heavy-duty grilling of meats, but they are idea for scoring or marking flatbreads and heating various sandwich creations. They typically have either one or two upper platens and a single or two lower griddle plates. Their compact size and lower power requirements make them good candidates for use in retail applications and kiosks.

Crepe Machines

Are generally available as either a single plate or double plate grill. The plates are usually an enamelled cast iron plate creating an even heat distribution.

Whilst they are commonly used for crepes or pancakes they can also be used for buckwheat cakes, Indian tempura, Indonesian chapati, blini, and more. Also popular in Asian cuisine to prepare Peking duck.


A commercial griddle is a basic piece of equipment that is found in a majority of commercial foodservice operations. The concept of heating food on a hot metal plate has been around for years and foods “grilled” or griddle cooked are still popular, In fact, many operators view the griddle as indispensable.

Griddles are available in either gas or electric models and with a variety of plate types. It griddle cooks food by transferring heat from a plate directly into the food product placed on top of that plate.

Accurate temperature control, uniform cooking surface temperatures and ease-of-cleaning are the keys to good griddle design and desired by operators for product consistency, maximum batch output and food safety.

Hot Dog Grills

Or roller grills as they are otherwise known. Not the most versatile type of grill but are never out of fashion and are popular all over the world.

Kebab Machines

Bring authentic Greek or Turkish food to your restaurant business with a gyro machine! These delicious sandwiches, consisting of shaved lamb of chicken meat, vegetables, and sauce on a flat pita, are sure to please.

With a quality built donner kebab cooker from trusted brands, you can rest assured you’re getting a reliable gyro spit you’ll be able to use for years to come!

These vertical rotisserie grills feature a spit or steel rod to securely hold meat in place for easy cooking and serving. We have gyros that come in both gas and electric configurations for your convenience, and can hold anywhere from small amounts to hundreds of 40kg of meat!


With our range of commercial pop-up toasters, you can toast multiple slices of bread at one time. Our commercial pop-up toasters come in convenient, compact sizes that won’t take up much counter space in your front- or back-of-house area.

All of our commercial slot toasters feature adjustable browning controls that make it easy for guests at breakfast to choose their toasting level.

Our conveyor toasters allow you to continuously make toast with their moving conveyor belts for fast, even results every time. Adjust the speed of the conveyor belt to control the desired level of browning. 

Some models include a lockable speed control to stop unwanted adjustment by your breakfast guests if the machine is to be located on your buffet line.

Industrial toasters like these are meant for businesses like hotels or busy guest houses that need to provide large quantities of toasted bread on a daily basis.

Available in many sizes, configurations, and with multiple features like conveyor speed dials, the choices are endless! With models that turn out hundreds of slices to over a thousand slices per hour.

Salamander Grills

A cheesemelter is perfect for putting the final touches on entrees before serving. With their simple designs, you can use your salamander to toast sandwiches or reheat food that was cooked earlier in the day. This can save your staff time during peak hours by allowing them to prepare a lot of food ahead of time and reheat it prior to serving.

Many of these salamander grills are designed to retain heat while on standby so you can quickly start up the grill for last minute use, rather than waiting for the unit to completely reheat.

Energy efficient plate detection systems on some of these models will only use energy when a plate is present, saving money on your energy bill and reducing the heat in your kitchen.

Most models can be wall mounted or sited above a range oven on a shelf. Others have floor stands available as an accessory and some are more suited to simply placing on a work bench.

Waffle Irons

Commonly used by mobile caterers for creating delicious waffles with a range of toppings but becoming more popular as an occasional item on a hotel buffet line as an alternative to crepes.