Grillworks Infierno™ 96
Infierno was designed to thrill chef and guest alike. It is designed with cutting edge restaurant settings in mind, where seeing the chef, and his fire, are part of the dining experience.
The grill's central fire station creates a powerful chimney effect, drawing air through whole pieces of wood and burning them fast enough to provide a continuous fresh coal supply to the grilling stations. It also has an upper lip for placing baskets or pans for a hot sear. Each grilling station has perforated upper fixed shelves for resting or warming, plus a three position sub-shelf system for smoking and gentle cooking.The whole structure is lined with floating fire brick, providing a hearth for pots, heating irons, coal cooking or even flatbread baking. The brick is easily replaceable over time, ensuring a long life. Available freestanding or for build-in. Patents pending.
The first Infierno lives at Dan Barber's Blue Hill at Stone Barns, and her two years of development drew from considerable work with Blue Hill chefs. Click on the links below for feature details. Call (202) 758-7425 for drawings, quotes and further information.