Bella 1800W Teppanyaki Tabletop Grill £12.74 @ Robert Dyas
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Bella 1800W Teppanyaki Tabletop Grill £12.74 @ Robert Dyas

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Found 21st JanEdited by:"sug7"
£39.99 down to £14.99, then use code TELJAN18 bringing it down to £12.74.
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If you were feeling brave you could probably manage a decent okonomiyaki on this too!
go_rators5 m ago

If you were feeling brave you could probably manage a decent okonomiyaki …If you were feeling brave you could probably manage a decent okonomiyaki on this too!


Is that a Nigerian Chef?
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Any good for burgers?
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maffeycourt15 m ago

Any good for burgers?


Don’t see why not, just like any other grill you find in burger vans etc..
If you were feeling brave you could probably manage a decent okonomiyaki on this too!
go_rators5 m ago

If you were feeling brave you could probably manage a decent okonomiyaki …If you were feeling brave you could probably manage a decent okonomiyaki on this too!


Is that a Nigerian Chef?
Great price, and nice find. I see loads of uses, more outdoors than in because of smoke alarm going off.
Ideal having next to BBQ on hot summers day. For £15 can't go wrong.
Edited by: "deany76" 21st Jan
possible cashback and 10% off when you sign up for their emails too
maffeycourt31 m ago

Is that a Nigerian Chef?


Haha not even close, Japanese dish

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go_rators47 m ago

If you were feeling brave you could probably manage a decent okonomiyaki …If you were feeling brave you could probably manage a decent okonomiyaki on this too!


What a brilliant idea! I love okonomiyaki especially with the sauce & qp mayo. Definitely buying one now. Heat from me.
Spiritjambo6 m ago

What a brilliant idea! I love okonomiyaki especially with the sauce & qp …What a brilliant idea! I love okonomiyaki especially with the sauce & qp mayo. Definitely buying one now. Heat from me.


Haha snap! Love that mayo man, and this is the original way to make it, had okonomiyaki made for me on a similar surface in a bar in Hiroshima, I'm more and more tempted to buy one myself!
maffeycourt2 h, 1 m ago

Any good for burgers?


Yes if you love fat spraying everywhere
go_rators48 m ago

Haha not even close, Japanese dish [Image]


Off subject but I’ve just looked at what that is, and it looks delicious. Thank you.
Ordered and with the 10% cheers op and go_rators
garydunphy13 m ago

Off subject but I’ve just looked at what that is, and it looks delicious. T …Off subject but I’ve just looked at what that is, and it looks delicious. Thank you.


You should try making it! Although the Osaka style is easier to make, I'd recommend the Hiroshima style since it's worth the extra effort - the okono sauce and Kewpie mayonnaise are available in any Asian grocery store. Good luck!
Great for camping if you have electric. Makes great toast too amazingly!
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soulio3 h, 44 m ago

Yes if you love fat spraying everywhere


Used to, but I leave it in these days, especially if she's just had a cut and colour.
Edited by: "dishmachine888" 21st Jan
nice
AMAZING! been on the lookout for one of these for years but never really bothered.. a steal at £13.49!!!
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I think Halifax do something similar.
Edited by: "deany76" 22nd Jan
Spiritjambo15 h, 42 m ago

What a brilliant idea! I love okonomiyaki especially with the sauce & qp …What a brilliant idea! I love okonomiyaki especially with the sauce & qp mayo. Definitely buying one now. Heat from me.



Japanese mayonnaise is the best its a mystery why the main supermarkets do not sell it. Hands down beats any other brands. I always have to go hunting in asian stores to find it.
ChihuahuaDaddy16 h, 27 m ago

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Thanks OP, chuffed to bits! Used the code MVC10 for 10% off and with gauranteed Lloyd's bank cashback 5% off (no messing around like Quidco) it works out at £12.81 C&C Chester, need to go there anyway in the week, absolute bargain for a 1800W griddle. Thanks again.
Edited by: "deany76" 22nd Jan
Banned
Very good indoor grill for home
Any good for korean bbq?
TELJAN18 Promotional Code brings it down to £12.74 ( -£2.25)

okonomiyaki iust a japanese pancake + cabbage style dish with as the base then you can add anything really bacon/mochi /prawn etc and then put okonomiyaki sauce and kewpie mayo on top and Japanese tuna flakes
reason why you dont see kewpie mayo in supermarkets apart from m&s my local stocks it is cost 4.99 for one jar/squeezy bottle ) can be found a bit cheaper at your local asian supermarket
personally would suggest you are better off making your okonomiyaki in a frying pan than this device




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Edited by: "Infractionboi" 22nd Jan
nja12 m ago

Any good for korean bbq?


I don't see why not.

Have some heat op, have ordered.
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mattmerch5 m ago

TELJAN18 Promotional Code brings it down to £12.74 ( -£2.25)


Good find!
Dryrain45 m ago

Japanese mayonnaise is the best its a mystery why the main supermarkets do …Japanese mayonnaise is the best its a mystery why the main supermarkets do not sell it. Hands down beats any other brands. I always have to go hunting in asian stores to find it.


Totally agree
I had a Japanese girlfriend for 3 years and when she introduced me to Kewpie mayo, my gosh what a revelation! Luckily I have a local Japanese food shop, but it's still pricey.
Mmmm need to buy some as it's been 6 months since my last kewpie fix.
mattmerch1 h, 44 m ago

TELJAN18 Promotional Code brings it down to £12.74 ( -£2.25)okonomiyaki …TELJAN18 Promotional Code brings it down to £12.74 ( -£2.25)okonomiyaki ius a japanese pancake + cabbage style dish with as the base then you can add anything really bacon/mochi /prawn etc and then put okonomiyaki sauce and kewpie mayo on top and Japanese tuna flakes reason why you dont see kewpie mayo in supermarkets apart from m&s my local stocks it is cost 4.99 for one jar/squeezy bottle ) can be found a bit cheaper at your local asian supermarket personally would suggest you are better off making your okonomiyaki in a frying pan than this device [Image]


An Osaka style may be easier in a frying pan (although they were always intended to be cooked on a hot sheet like this) but Hiroshima style will be best made on this, coming from someone who routinely struggles with flipping the two separate sides back and fore between two frying pans! 😧

Bought one in the end for this very reason, thanks op.
Edited by: "go_rators" 22nd Jan
nja11 h, 46 m ago

Any good for korean bbq?


Korean bbq is intended to get the smoky flavour from the coals so it wouldn't be authentic but it would still work for that and teppanyaki generally 😊
maffeycourt19 h, 0 m ago

Is that a Nigerian Chef?




Nah, it would look more like this:

Wonder if this would be any good for making welsh cakes?
maffeycourt21 h, 34 m ago

Any good for burgers?



Yep, I use something similar for sausages/burgers, though do it in the garden rather than the dinner table.
I know I meantioned BBQ indoors earlier, smoke alarm and all that, but I have a Full English in sight here, black pudding, bacon, egg, mushroom, fried bread, beans, hash browns, sausage all on one griddle.
Japanese will be later.
Oos
Just ordered one for the office. Current salter one went a bit bent and couldnt make my little circle fried eggs anymore

This should do the trick
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This is a bit tricky but certainly better than many competitors which do not detach
We've had ours a year or so (paid about £20 i think) we have Teppanyaki Grill nights..... The kids love being able to cook their own food at the table. Just get loads of dips, marinades etc so they can add their own flavours to their food. We bought some of these so then each individual person can handle things better

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Great price OP.... would definitely recommend
Out of stock now
I've bought this hopefully it's better than the aldi one i had which would get up to temperature then cut out then reheat etc took nearly an hour to cook unfrozen sausages, dodgy thermostat?
Edited by: "lurch" 23rd Jan
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