The Best Hibachi Grills and Reviews
If you love the taste of Hibachi-style cooking, then this post is for you. I love everything about hibachi cooking – the simplicity, the flavor and of course, the grilling!
See which Hibachi grills our experts thought were the best in the list below:
The Marsh Allen 30052AMZ Hibachi Charcoal Grill provides a sizeable grilling space of 157 square inches. This charcoal hibachi grill comes with three position adjustable cooking grids, and wood handles for protected grid adjustment. It is a sturdy grill, weighing 18.55 pounds with sturdy cast iron grids that are durable and made to last.
Additionally, it has two adjustable air vents for you to easily control charcoal burn rates. Some customers have reported that if you season the grill plates you will have more success during use. For the very reasonable price of approximately $35, the Marsh Allen 30052AMZ is an excellent charcoal grill. You won’t find a sturdier hibachi grill at this price point in this market.
If you are looking for a much simpler design in your Hibachi grill, you may want to consider Earthenware’s Portable Hibachi Grill. This Hibabchi Grill is a small, portable hibachi grill, that features a Japanese style BBQ grill. This konro yakitori clay stove is ideal for small diner parties, and comes with an easy-to-clean metal grill top, as well as a wooden pad. To use this grill simply place charcoal inside the bottom of the basin. It holds approximately eight charcoal bricketts, and is meant only for outdoor use, due to the amount of smoke it produces. It is advised to add a limited amount of fuel, because if you add too much fuel to the bricks, your grill will fill up with ash too quickly.
Overall, if you are interested in a small Hibachi grill with the traditional Japanese design, then this is the Hibachi grill for you, for about$30!
Ideal for the camper, and the famous griller, the Cajun Cookware Cast Iron Hibachi Grill GI10447 is a heavy-duty cast iron grill weighing 41 pounds and measuring 15inches in diameter. It can hold up to an impressive nine 4-inch burgers. It is pre-seasoned to ensure your satisfaction and is ready for immediate use. Replacements grates are available separately for this serious hibachi grill.
Satisfied users have recommended that you do not use this product on wooden surfaces, although it can be used on a wooden picnic table with caution. Costing significantly more than both the Earthenware and the Marsh Allen at approximately $120, the higher price tag comes with a reason: serious quality and durable cast iron. If you love to camp, or are interested in a heavy-duty hibachi grill, don’t miss the Cajun Cookware Cast Iron Hibachi Grill GI10447!
Looking for a sleek Hibachi grill with a less bulky design than the Cajun? The CalFlame BBQ 139000 Hibachi Drop-In-Grill is a top-quality unit, for the serious griller. With all stainless-steel seamless construction, individual burner controls, and two 15,000 BTU high powered burners, the CalFlame is a significantly different product than all of the previously mentioned Hibachi grills. It heats up fast to the desired cooking temperatures, and has a highly-polished steel griddle plate. Unlike the Hibachi grills, you can set the temperature of this grill, making it superior to other models. The 13900 Hibachi Drop-In Grill weighs an impressive 80 pounds, and measures 11.5 x 25 x 24 inches.
It is ideal for cooking eggs, pancakes, stir-fry meals and more. Additional features include its large capacity grease trout for catching oil, removeable cover with handle, and tapered stainless steel splash guard. If your budget isn’t an issue, and you love Hibachi, then you may want to consider this pricey grill, costing over $1,000. More customer reviews and details regarding the CalFlame can be found on the internet, and on websites such as Amazon.com.