Gas Yakitori Grill
Wildwood the leader in Japanese-style Yakitori grills and Robata grills is setting the standard with our hybrid yakitori grill. Our dual-fuel yakitori grill 40 Dbl – wide allows for both charcoal and or gas cooking with a larger grill area. This model of Robata grill essentially doubles the amount of skewer territory over our standard yakitori grill 40″ model. Using roughly the same footprint as our standard Yakitori grill 40″ model this is a great option for increasing output.
Lighting the charcoal is easy with the built-in gas burner. If you want to cook with only charcoal, just turn off the gas after it has been ignited. Charcoal ignition takes 10-15 minutes. No more using separate charcoal starter pans. And of course, another added benefit is you can have two distinct zones. The front and back operating at 2 different temperatures, and Cooking with 2 different fuel sources. For example the front zone you could use charcoal and cook at 1200F (648C) and in the back zone use our ceramic briquettes and cook at 700F(371C). This gives the chef maximum control and versatility.
Another option is to use only ceramic briquettes. Additionally, we have several alternate elevation racks of various designs to allow even more control. See our accessories section for options for our gas Yakitori grill.
Simple to use and easy to clean. The removable bottom tray catches drippings and or ashes. Our yakitori burners are setting new standards for quality and durability. They are easily removable for cleaning and made from heavy gauge 304 stainless steel.
Naturally, all of our Binchotan grills can be placed on a standard 27″ High kitchen equipment table, Another option is if the grill station is going to be placed in the front of the house we recommend our signature elegant styled home Yakitori grill island. This beautiful and functional piece has room charcoal storage or trash can, built-in sauce wells, and drawers for utensils. Check out our yakitori accessories page for more information.
Be sure to check out our excellent video “How To Make Yakitori with Wildwood Ovens & BBQ’s Dual-Fuel Yakitori Grill.”