Charvet has added a new Diamond Point chargrill to its 700 Series, strengthening the list of USPs that it claims the range offers to catering equipment distributors.
The manufacturer says that the Diamond Point also meets the needs of chefs who want to serve dishes such as steaks and fish with grill marks.
Charvet’s UK managing director, Wayne Cuomo, insists the addition makes the Pro700 line even more attractive for sites struggling to overcome size limitations.
“The Pro700 series Diamond Point chargrill offers the cooking performance of our larger heavy duty ranges, but in a more compact footprint, making it ideal for the smaller kitchen or where a more ‘discreet’ cookline is required, for front-of-house cooking, for example.”
Cuomo said that Diamond Point also has the benefit of reducing the risk of steak or fish ‘sticking’ because the contact area with the branding rod is “almost certainly” the smallest on the market.
“The three-position steel grid with handles measures 300x455mm,” he said. “It has special brickettes under the grill that hold the heat and spreads it evenly across the branding bars.”
Charvet launched the 700 series in the UK at the end of last year. Flagship installations include Bird of Smithfield, The Naval Club, Basingstoke College and Salcombe Harbour Hotel.