- Portable design
- Non-stick nacho grilling plate
- Non-stick wok
- Twist-to-start ignition
- Built-in thermometer
- Folding side shelves
- Porcelain-enameled grate
The Cuisinart All Foods tabletop grill is the smallest and one of the best portable ones in the market. It is packed with many features that other grills don’t offer such as a lid and a grilling set.
Design and durability: A truly portable design that comes with a lid handle, two carry handles and folding stainless steel shelves that make it easy to transport the grill anywhere. The outer body is made of stainless steel and the size is ideal for small spaces like balconies, patios or tables.
Performance: Although the grill is small but its porcelain-enameled cast-iron is quick to heat and provides even heating across the 240 sq. inches cooking grate. Its compact size comes with a 12,000 BTUs burner to grill all kinds of foods from vegetables to chicken and hamburgers. Plus, a non-stick nacho grilling plate and wok make for juicy flavors. The double-walled lid also provides maximum heat input with a built-in hood thermometer and dial and can be easily started with twist-to-start ignition.
Ease of use: The portability to carry the tabletop propane grill and use it in small spaces is what makes this one option stand out among others under $500. From easy assembly to folding shelves, this grill is easy to clean and maintain as well.
- Easy to clean
- Temperature gauge
- Folding shelves
- Can’t handle excessive cooking
- Not as durable as heavier models