Cast Iron Hibachi Charcoal Grill
• Curved grill sides help to keep food in place
• Wood handles for protected grill moving and grid adjustment
• 2 adjustable air vents to control charcoal burn rate
This durable Hibachi charcoal grill is made with heavy-duty cast iron. Its adjustable cooking
grids let you cook at your own pace. You can cook 6 burgers on a spacious 133 sq inches!
"Just what I was looking for!" 2010-07-02
By Jillbeast (Bay Area, CA United States)
Not crazy for the price $29.99, but hey, it's just what I was looking for! We grew up with the
"hibachi" branded little hibachi, which this is exactly but without the name on it. The parts that
hold it together are a little cheap, but the cast iron grills and firebox (the bottom part :-)) are nice!
The wooden feet allow you to use on a raised surface with little fear of too much heat
transference, but don't use above anything flammable (that you care deeply for) as the vents
could let a little glowing coal or ember escape. I haven't timed how long the heat lasts, but it
really lasts enough for more grilling even after four steaks. Just use caution to put your ashes in a
fireproof container if you are emptying the same day!!
Cooks steaks quickly and gets a nice sear on them. What can I say, I grew up using these and
they use less fuel (charcoal) and are nice for smaller groups and portability! Don't clean with
soap and leave the seasoning on it for extra long lasting grill...also don't let it rust out...but if it
does rust a little, a wipe with some oil or lard before you use it again and that will re-season it. I
do have the Lodge sportsman hibachi as well as two of these, and I love using these for their
light weight and how close the fuel is to the grill...and for a quick grill, they do the same job. The
weight also makes for a safer transport! WAY better than any of the cheap painted steel