Tips from the Experts:"Is the commercial griddle your bread and butter or something you use only occasionally? If you’re a short order cook, you’re going to outgrow a 24’ griddle real quick. Thickness of the plates matter as well. If you’re going to get anything more than a 3 feet grill surface, then get a 1’ inch thick plate because it will last longer." -Jake
Clamshell or panini grills
Grooved griddles for a charbroiled effect
Select a new or used commercial griddle in the size, configuration and fuel type you need to profitably and efficiently prepare your menu.
What is the different between a Char Grill and Grill?
The difference between a char grill and a grill is that a grill can be used to prepare a variety of
dishes from breakfast plates to meats. Char grills are mainly used to prepare meats and give both
the appearance and taste of having been cooked on an outdoor barbecue grill. In addition to
propane, natural gas, and electric- char grills can also use charcoal or wood as energy sources and
also have higher temperature ranges than a flat griddle grill.