Nothing beats the joy and taste of outdoor grill over a charcoal, wood or gas fire. But in certain regions, city fire codes prohibit combustion on balcony or patio. Therefore, city dwellers can’t really enjoy barbecued food cooked on wood or charcoal. However, all thanks to electric grills like Kenyon City Grill urban dwellers can cook their favorite barbecue food indoors.
Designed like a small armored truck, this new grill promises high, even heating, portability, versatility, and virtually smokeless cooking experience both indoor and outdoor. While it is certainly portable, you’ll be surprised at its ability.
The non-stick cooking grate that appears like a heavy cast iron is actually a light alloy. On flipping the cooking grate over, you’ll find an S-curved channel carved out to sit over the City grill’s heating element. It has a large 10-position dial for heat adjustment. This potentiometer-style control offers granular adjustment for a wide range of heat settings. So, you can cook a variety of foods on this single grill by simply changing heat settings.
For the lovers of smoke flavor, it will be a little disappointing. But it does provide that typical grill flavor that you’d expect from any good indoor grilling device. With plenty of other Kenyon accessory, you can even cook pancakes, bacon, french toast, hash browns, a smash burger or a juicy, gooey Philly Cheesesteak both indoors and outdoors.
You can purchase it online for $475 to enjoy delicious BBQ food indoors. It may not deliver the fierce flavor of fire, but can assure you a taste that closely mimics the real thing. With this portable grill, every other day could be a feast with your choice of different BBQ recipes.