The grill season is opened! What can be better than grilling food at the weekend and inviting all your friends and family? If you don’t have an outdoor grill yet or if you are looking for a new one, we are here to help you! Today I’d like to share some cool portable grills from various designers. Why portable? Because a portable grill allows taking it anywhere you want and go for picnics and socializing with tasty food.
The Berghoff’s ultra-compact grill is small enough to be used as a table-top device, with people all around. Literally casserole sized, and with a well articulated layout of elements, the grill has a clean aesthetic, and can be assembled and packed away in a flash.
Mon Oncle reinterprets the concept of the barbecue grill, but shrinks, gives it a fresh paint job, and a modern aesthetic that maintains the character and vintage appeal. RS Barcelona adds fabric and leather straps, and a cover to make it into a small briefcase. Mon Oncle is perforated with tiny holes that allow air to flow easily, making it more powerful without overheating.
Cook a hot meal anywhere you go with the help of Biolite’s Portable Grill and CampStove. Not only does it cook your food while you’re camping, it charges most USB-chargeable devices, like your iPhone or a GPS, all without the need for fuel. The best part is that the stove cooks with nothing more than twigs you find around your campsite.
This grill by designer Philipp Sack features 5 pieces of solid 2mm thick stainless steel sheet that easily assemble together without screws or pliers and are dishwasher safe. Side vents with the word ‘bbq’ engraved act as vents for air supply. The packaging is made up of two pieces of solid wood that double as a base for the grill and as a cutting board.
A compact cooking appliance that is meant to make people socialize as it radiates a warm and comfortable environment. The threefold stove is comprised of a fireclay base and a bonnet, and a stainless steel grate which has been designed using motifs of Lithuanian distaff.
Cisim Design’s Mangal, which literally means barbecue in Turkish, suggests an object of heating and cooking, it offers a comfortable resting place with storage place in the interior. The final touch of ‘Mangal’ is its inter-changeable grill inspired from another daily object which is the regular fabric patterns.
Grillo Portable BBQ by formAxiom is lightweight, opens like an umbrella with a single movement, holds any type of solid fuel, and collapses to a slim, utlrapackable package. The mesh Fire Hammock isolates the tripod base, keeping it cool to the touch.
Social Barbecue by INDEED was designed to bring people together, creating an entirely new barbecuing experience through innovation! The first table-safe charcoal grill of its kind, now users can gather round the picnic table and take part in the process together rather than designate a single chef who’s isolated to the side. You all can gather around this grill and enjoy cooking or eating fondue – it’s so social, inspires communicating.
The Weber Q-200 gas grill features a push-button ignition for easy lighting, an infinitely adjustable burner valve with a high-quality regulator, two durable fold away work tables with built-in tool holders that store inside the grill, cast aluminum lid and body, and a porcelain enameled cast iron cooking grate.