The 10 Best Grills

Kate Hilpern
Friday 27 January 2012 01:00

1. Gordon Ramsay's Health Infusion Grill


Gordon's grill has five settings and cooks up to six portions on its non-stick cooking plates.

2. Bodum Bistro


An electric table grill allows you to cook your dinner in front of your party guests. Think of it like a fondue or raclette party.

3. Tefal XL Comfort


Claims to be the most powerful grill on the market, cooking eight portions at once. It has grill, barbeque and mini-oven settings.

4. Russell Hobbs Panini


Lay out your lamb chops on a spacious grill, in the knowledge they'll cook evenly and with that lovely chargrilled stripe and taste.

5. George Foreman Easy Clean Grill and Melt


As well as being versatile, it doubles as a raclette that works well for cheese-on-toast dishes.

6. Sainsbury's Be Good To Yourself


This good-value grill makes great food in minutes. Its non-stick griddle plates give even results.

7. Tesco


Not only does this heat up rapidly, but it cooks fish, meat and even vegetable slices well. The casing is wipe-clean and scratch-resistant and it stores away easily.

8. Prestige A La Carte Griddle


This is ideal for use at the table for a sociable cooking experience or to bring out when your cooker's grill is already fully in use.

9. George Foreman Compact


George Foreman's compact model is fantastic for one or two-person households, or if you are short on space. It's a doddle to set up, too.

10. Cuisinart Griddle and Grill


The retro-look grill is slow to heat up, but it's worth the wait – salmon steaks remain succulent and chicken breasts are well-browned.

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