We love this little BBQ. We have a 30 mbar gas tap on the side of our motorhome, so I just need to plug it in, and away we go. I find that I am using the dome lid nearly all of the time, that way the food gets good and hot all over. Recipe: Chicken a la Count Arthur: Go to a PROPER butcher and ask for some chicken thighs. Light the barby, bung the chicken on and cover with lid. Get some beer out of the fridge, lay back in a cumfy chair and after a while the chicken will be done to a tee. I know this recipe sounds a bit complex but give it a go. ps you could also use butchers sausages or burgers. For vegetarians bung on a spud or two and leave out the chicken.
Seriously though you won't regret buying this little beauty.
Everyone around us at campsites swore by Cadac and for many a good reason. Easy to use, sturdy, flexible, cooks well, lots of accessories for almost everything etc etc. Don't bother getting anything else - listen to what your fellow campers swear by !
Cadac quality in a smaller size perfect for 2 people. Much easier to store/carry than the bigger cadacs. It seems to get hotter quicker than the other cadacs, the various fittings & lid do a great job of sheltering it from the wind. Its a bit tricky to get turned to just low so 4 stars not 5.
We were looking for a small light grill to carry in our motorhome and after checking forums etc realised that the name Cadac kept coming up as the best grill out there. In fact people who had them were raving about how good they were. Now I know why.
I had never seen or heard the name before so was understandably cautious. I didn't need to worry. From the moment it arrived and I saw the care and attention that had gone into every aspect of the grill from packaging, assembly, carrying, use and performance I was hooked.
In everyday use it is little short of a multifunctional marvel. It is the Swiss army knife of gas grills. Simple, quick and easy to set up, it can be connected to almost any portable gas source (with adapters) from large gas bottles to small camping gas containers. We use ours connected to the external gas point on our Motorhome. It comes supplied with various grilling insets and can boil pans, fry breakfast, make wonderful toast, and of course grill. It can even be used as a small oven or to make Pizza!
On campsites, we are regularly asked what it is and where can I get one.
It is non-stick, easy to clean and packs up small and light, ideal when short on space. We now use it at home as well when grilling in the garden.
Wonderful bit of kit that I highly recommend. Now, how do I get mine back from my son who borrowed it to try and has not brought it back?