Cuisinart CGG-200 Propane Grill at seirestaurant.com

Cuisinart CGG-200 Propane Grill Review

The Cuisinart CGG-200 propane grill combines style, performance and convenience.  It is lovely and compact so is great for your table top, patio or backyard.  You can even take it camping or to the beach or round to your friends because it is portable, has folding shelves and carry handles, making it one of the most versatile barbecue propane grills on the market.

Cuisinart CGG-200 Propane Grill
Cuisinart CGG-200

Cuisinart CGG-200 Grill Features

The porcelain enamel-coated cast-iron cooking grate in the Cuisinart CGG-200 propane grill distributes the heat and helps ensure that you get the best grilling performance.  The impressive 240 square inch cook surface provides you with plenty of grilling space.  The 12,000-BTU stainless-steel loop burner will comfortably cook all sorts of barbecue food including fish, steaks, vegetables, fruit, kebobs to suggest a few.

We, Sei restaurant, think that the uniquely designed cooking grate in the Cuisinart CGG-200 grill gives you the option of cooking on either side of it depending on the food you are intending to cook.  For example the flat side offers the greatest surface contact for your steaks and chicken.  The other side provides you with more surface point grilling which is better suited to the more delicate foods such as fish and vegetables.  But whichever option you choose it is designed to cook efficiently and evenly and without cold spots.

When you are ready to get cooking, simply fire up the TwiStart ignition, and no need to put your beer down whilst you light up your BBQ because it has a simple one handed lighting design.  This grill heats up fast too, many portable grills struggle to reach 500* F, but this is no problem for this powerful beauty.

The Cuisinart CGG-200 Grill has an integral temperature gauge so you can monitor the temperature accurately.  The temperature gauge displays the internal grill temperature and this will help you to adjust or monitor you food cooking to get the best results.

Size doesn’t always matter, this is true of the Cuisinart CGG-200 grill, it may be smaller than the multi-burner full size barbecue propane grills, however it cooks well for around 8 people, and will not take up too much space on your patio, and is easily transportable.

The Cuisinart CGG-200 grill is supplied with a veggie panel, others are available too.  You can also add the optional extra Cuisinart Grill Stand, this will mean you can turn your grill into your everyday piece of kit, or take your grill and stand wherever you choose to go, alternatively the grill stand folds away for easy storage.

The Cuisinart CGG-200 grill lid is made from insulated steel which will help maintain constant temperatures, and keeps the weather out too.  The lid handle is heat resistant so that allows for safer use.

The dual side tables are made from steel and can be folded away, these just give that bit of extra room to prepare and create great meals from your Cuisinart CGG-200 Barbecue propane grill.

Cuisinart CGG-200 Grill PROs and CONs

Pros

  • Cooks very well and evenly, and can get very hot
  • Gets great sear marks
  • Easy to transport and store
  • Easy to assemble as almost zero construction required

Cons

  • A couple of people had problem with connect to 20lb gas cyclinder
  • One person could not get there’s hot – one off faulty item?

What Others Have To Say About Cuisinart CGG-200

Review By Bob From Boston:

Just got the cgg-200 and i can not believe how great it is. the portability is outstanding and the ease to put together is rewarding.  Also it cleans, grills, and starts like nothing I have ever had before. Also when you are done it folds up like a briefcase, portable and easy to store..super product.

Review By longsr

Well designed, attractive and culinary versatile.  My requirements were
1) appearance
2) quality of burner/heat distribution
3) space efficiency. A+ on all levels. 
It cooks well and having the thermostat on top is such a help. I have cooked pork loin chops, steak, sausage, chicken and last night a tri-tip. Using my digital thermometer – recipe temperatures and cooking times – confirmed that Cuisinart engineering was spot on.  The other thing I like is it looks sorta like a piece of art on the edge of my garden.  Can’t say enough about this

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