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Yakitori grills in the UK

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I'm looking for a Yakatori grill for next summer, I'd prefer the traditional grill used in Japan but a gas model would be OK. I've found plenty to import from Japan but expediting costs are as much, if not a little more, than the grill itself. The grill will be used for catering so those small gas numbers just won't do, it's got to be a good size and up for the job. Can anyone help or know of a European company that can supply? Thanks..

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Does it have to be yakitori grill? 

 

What about a mangal or something similar?  I'd think it would be easier to find a metal worker close to home that could fabricate a model to your specs -- length, depth, on legs or casters, holding area for food, etc.

 

If you can find a reliable supplier for replacement grill racks, you could have the grill built to that size...

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hi Joe, I'm intending on making Yakitori at festivals and gatherings next year so a Yakitori grill would be perfect as the food doesn't tough the grill. Each skewer hangs from either side, this is what I really like about this style of grill. One of the photos above show something very similar so food for thought, thank you!

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Each skewer hangs from either side, this is what I really like about this style of grill. One of the photos above show something very similar...

 

Yes, that's why I provided a link for the mangal description.  It is essentially a yakitori grill, can be fabricated out of metal, close to home, for less cash.

 

No need to import from Japan, IMO.

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