Renaud BBQs How Do You Like Your Meat

[12/08/10] 

Surely it’s your favourite time of the year. Cold beers, a hot grill, homemade potato salad and ladies in tight t-shirts and itsy bitsy shorts. Sundowners and marinated prawns; the day’s final heat, portable iPod speakers, lots of laughter. That’s right, it’s barbeque season, a time of year when people come together to celebrate life (and ribs) and the best time to invest in a classic BBQ model that will fill your belly and set your social scene aflame.

 



BBQs may come in all shapes and sizes (and with price tags to boot) but whatever you need, you’re sure to find at Renaud, Hong Kong’s hot plate capital.

They have an enviable range of charcoal, gas and built-in burners (as well as an assortment of other outdoor items including air beds and umbrellas) at surprisingly good prices.

The King Silverback (pictured) is a four-burner beauty with thermal-core cast iron grates, powder coated body and a double-door cart, all for $5,500, or you can go regal with the King Island Deluxe, with its stonework mounting and powered rotisserie for $9,900.

Hot stuff.

Renaud
5th Floor, Yat Fat Building, 44 - 46 Des Voeux Road, Central, Tel: 2115 8201
www.renaud.hk

Nuts & Bolts
Hong Kong’s BBQ mecca

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