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The sound of sizzling meats and vegetables, the excitement of having a professional chef prepare the meal right in front of you, the smell of the food as it comes off the griddle piping hot - these are all part of the experience of going to an Japanese steakhouse. These pieces provide an engaging way to prepare many types of cuisine, from stir fry to fajitas, creating an unforgettable dining experience. Continue reading to learn about the different cooking surfaces, controls, and heat source options available with these units. You'll also find some tips on how to clean and care for your purchase. More ▾
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Garland E22-36-36GMX 2081 36-in Drop In Teppan-Yaki Griddle, 24-1/16-in Deep, 208/1 V
$2,804.74
Garland E22-36-48GMX 2083 47-5/8-in Drop In Teppan-Yaki Griddle, 24-1/16-in Deep, 208/3 V
$3,111.43
Garland E22-36-48GMX 2081 47-5/8-in Drop In Teppan-Yaki Griddle, 24-1/16-in Deep, 208/1 V
$3,111.43
Lang 160TDI2083 60-in Drop In Griddle w/ 1-in Steel Plate, Solid State, 208/3 V
  • Lang 160TDI2083 60-in Drop In Griddle w/ 1-in Steel Plate, Solid State...
  • SKU: 360-160TDI2083
  • Griddle, Electric, Drop-In, 60"W x 23"D x 1" thick hightly polished steel griddle plate, spatula-wide grease trough, Accu-Temp solid state controls (+/- 2 degrees Fahrenheit) every 12", stainless steel flange. Connection 1: 208V, 60 Hz, 3ph, 50.0 amps, 18.0 kw. Connection 2: 208V, 60 Hz, 3ph, 50.0 amps, 12.0 kw. Other voltages available, contact Customer Service. Accu-Temp: Mechanical thermostat control is ideal for operators looking for an economical control. (Model 136TDI is shown.)
$6,925.00
Lang 136TDI2083 36-in Drop In Griddle w/ 1-in Steel Plate & Mechanical Thermostat, 208/3 V
  • Lang 136TDI2083 36-in Drop In Griddle w/ 1-in Steel Plate & Mechanical...
  • SKU: 360-136TDI2083
  • Griddle, Electric, Drop-In, 36"W x 23"D x 1" thick hightly polished steel griddle plate, spatula-wide grease trough, Accu-Temp solid state controls (+/- 2 degrees Fahrenheit) every 12", stainless steel flange, 208V, 60 Hz, 3ph, 50.0 amps, 18.0 kw. Other voltages available, contact Customer Service. Accu-Temp: Mechanical thermostat control is ideal for operators looking for an economical control.
$4,095.00
Garland E22-36-48GMX 2401 47-5/8-in Drop In Teppan-Yaki Griddle, 24-1/16-in Deep, 240/1 V
$3,111.43
Garland E22-36-56GMX 2083 56-3/16-in Drop In Teppan-Yaki Griddle, 26-3/4-in Deep, 208/3 V
$3,318.95
Lang 148TT12KW2083 48-in Drop In Teppanyaki Griddle w/ 1-in Steel Plate, 12-kW, 208/3
  • Lang 148TT12KW2083 48-in Drop In Teppanyaki Griddle w/ 1-in Steel Plat...
  • SKU: 360-148TT12KW2083
  • Drop-In Teppanyaki Griddle, Electric, 48" x 23" x 1" D grill area, 1" thick highly polished griddle plate, elements under center 24" section w/ thermostatic controls, 2" W stainless steel flange all sides, 208V, 60Hz, 3ph, 50.0 amps, 12 kw. Other voltages available, contact Customer Service. Accu-Temp: Mechanical thermostat control is idel for operators looking for an economical control.
$5,425.00
Wolf Range TYG60C LP 60-in Teppan Yaki Griddle w/ .75-in Thick Polished Steel Plate, LP
  • Wolf Range TYG60C LP 60-in Teppan Yaki Griddle w/ .75-in Thick Polishe...
  • SKU: 290-TYG60CLP
  • Teppan-Yaki Griddle, 30,000 BTU, 60"W x 24"D x 3/4" thick polished steel griddle plate, 1" stainless steel side & 3/8" backsplash, manual control valve, stainless steel front, front top ledge, front grease trough, grease can, CSA, NSF, specify elevation if over 2,000 ft., LP
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Wolf Range TYG60C NG 60-in Teppan Yaki Griddle w/ .75-in Thick Polished Steel Plate, NG
  • Wolf Range TYG60C NG 60-in Teppan Yaki Griddle w/ .75-in Thick Polishe...
  • SKU: 290-TYG60CNG
  • Teppan-Yaki Griddle, 30,000 BTU, 60"W x 24"D x 3/4" thick polished steel griddle plate, 1" stainless steel side & 3/8" backsplash, manual control valve, stainless steel front, front top ledge, front grease trough, grease can, CSA, NSF, specify elevation if over 2,000 ft., NG
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Accutemp EGD2403B3600-00 Drop-In Griddle, 34 x 23.5-in, Stainless, 9.5kw, 240/3 V
$5,307.40
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Garland E223648GMX2401FL Drop-In Griddle w/ Flange, Stainless Front & Sides
$3,364.30
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The teppanyaki cooking style that originated in Tokyo was an instant hit with diners, who enjoyed watching the skills of the chef as he put on a show while preparing their food in the main dining area. Recently, many other types of eateries have taken advantage of this type of Japanese griddle to provide a new way to serve customers.

High-volume settings such as buffets, casinos, and college cafeterias use these to prepare made-to-order meals for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Mexican food such as fajitas and quesadillas can be cooked on this type of equipment. These are also being used to grill custom sandwiches using fresh ingredients selected by your patrons.

This type of drop-in griddle provides a graduated heat, which means it has different temperature zones. It’s hotter in the middle, right above the burner, and has a lower temperature near the edges. This allows the chef to cook ingredients quickly at a high temperature in one area, and then move them to the edges for holding. This also allows many different types of foods to be cooked at different temperatures at the same time on a single surface.

Built to Last

The cooking surfaces on these models are designed to be durable, with a solid top made of stainless steel or chrome-plated steel. Griddle plates range from 3/4- to 1-inch in thickness, with thicker ones able to retain more heat than thinner ones. This distributes the heat more evenly and provides a quicker return to set temperatures when cold foods absorb the heat from the surface.

Chrome cooking surfaces are bright and eye-catching, enhancing the presentation value of these units. Chrome is durable, long lasting, easy to clean, and good at evenly distributing and retaining heat, which can reduce utility usage over time. Chrome-plated griddles are often preferred by master chefs and used in high-volume operations.

Like chrome, stainless steel griddles are durable, able to retain a consistent temperature, and easy to clean. They are a mainstay of many restaurants because they’re typically less expensive than chrome.

Heat Sources and Controls

Griddles of this type can be either gas or electric with electric being more common because these are often installed in dining rooms that don’t have gas hook-ups.

Temperature control is usually done with a manual or thermostatic dial. Solid state controls will keep your griddle surface at a set temperature without the need for adjustment. Manual controls adjust heat intensity from low to high, and require more attention and skill from the chef to maintain the correct level. Remember that these griddles will require a hood or other means of venting grease-laden vapors produced when cooking on an open surface. They will also reduce the amount of ambient heat released into your dining room. Check local codes and regulations before making your buying decision.

Care and Cleaning

It’s important to keep your griddle surface clean, not only because these units are used for presentation cooking, but also because some of your customers may have food allergies. Ninety percent of all food-allergic reactions in the United States are caused by foods commonly cooked on these griddles – most notably fish, shellfish, eggs, soy (sauce), and wheat (tamari).

It’s a good rule of thumb, to clean with a grill scraper after each serving to avoid cross-contamination as well as remove excess food particles that may be sticking to the cooking surface. Be careful not to chip or pit the surface of your griddle when you use metal utensils, as that can create a place for rust or bacteria to form. For periodic deep cleaning, allow the griddle to fully cool, then apply a foodservice grade degreaser. Rinse and dry it thoroughly, and then reseason the surface to keep it protected.

Griddles need to be seasoned regularly to maintain a non-stick cooking surface, and prevent corrosion. To season your griddle, apply a light coating of oil to the cooking surface, then burn the griddle for about 30 minutes. Repeat as necessary to build up the right amount of coating. It is important to follow the manufacturer’s guidelines when you do this, as they will vary depending on the griddle you have.