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Hi there...

Are there someone kind who could list some american manufactores of good
looking professionel grill's? It should be big grill's like Allfresco and
Weber 670.
And in particuliar model that are like "Old time / old fashion" - not
stainless steel but some thing colorfull.

I coulden't find much at google, only normal restaurant grill's i stainless
steele.

Im planning a new restaurant, where the kitchen and especially the grill is
very visible.

If I am in the wrong group please forgive me and direct me to the correct
group. Sorry for the misspelling, but I have no english spell checker!

Kind regards

The crazy chef
Copenhagen, Denmark



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N Dude wrote.:

Copenhagen, Denmark


....the 51. state of USA ... :-)


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On Mon, 15 Nov 2010 02:22:50 +0100, N Dude wrote:

Hi there...

Are there someone kind who could list some american manufactores of good
looking professionel grill's? It should be big grill's like Allfresco and
Weber 670.
And in particuliar model that are like "Old time / old fashion" - not
stainless steel but some thing colorfull.

I coulden't find much at google, only normal restaurant grill's i stainless
steele.

Im planning a new restaurant, where the kitchen and especially the grill is
very visible.

If I am in the wrong group please forgive me and direct me to the correct
group. Sorry for the misspelling, but I have no english spell checker!


Trying looking at the websites or contact:

http://www.bbqgalore.com/

And any number of restaurant supply houses. The only one I know
offhand is http://www.acemart.com. They will sell grilles
specifically outfitted for restaurants. And they'll have several
manufacturers listed online.

Search for other restaurant supply houses as well. They're your
best bet for manufacturer names. Viking, Wolf, etc...

-sw
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Sqwertz wrote.:

Trying looking at the websites or contact:


Ok, thanx a lot.

I proberly have to give up. I've talked to all the danish restaurant
supplyers and they sell the same brands and models like the site your
linking to. Also I have been thru the biggest brands. There are many
wonderfull modern grill's, but nothing "old fashion". It looks like I'm
wanting something that does not exist....

Weber make the Summit in color enamel, but it is a modern machine. It's
nice, but it is not spectacular nor beatifull.

I'm looking for at big grill in the same type of old fashion design like
this coffee maker:
http://blog.lakelandbushcraft.co.uk/...ssing-problem/




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