The Cuisinart CGG-200 All-Foods Tabletop Propane Gas Grill is a lightweight, portable grilling solution for grilling at a picnic, camp site, or anywhere that your love of grilling takes you. What makes the CGG-200 different from other tabletop gas grills is a modular design that allows you to alter the cooking surface to fit your menu. And with a 12,000 BTU burner, you have power to go along with that versatility.
Cuisinart CGG-200 Surface System
The Omni Panel versatile grilling surface accessory (sold separately) lets you transform the grill for a more versatile range of foods.
- Grill delicate items like fish, seafood, and vegetables on a stainless steel platter without having them flake apart or drop through the grates.
- Turn your grill into an oven by changing over to a pizza stone to prepare pizzas and breads.
- If you want to give food a distinct, smoky flavor you can switch to the cedar grilling plank.
- Performance Features
- 240 Square-Inch Grilling Space – Everytime you grill, you’ll get a pleasant reminder of the large cooking surface that offers plenty of room for steaks, chops, or fish.
- Easy and Reliable Start-Up – Cuisinart is known for easy-to-use features. That enhanced usability is carried over in the twist-start ignition that can be activated with one hand.
- 12,000 BTU Loop Burner – The loop design of the stainless steel burner helps to eliminate hot spots, helping to ensure heat is distributed evenly across the grilling surface. A porcelain enamel-coated flame tamer sits over the burner to protect it from drips while helping to keep the smoky flavor on the food.
- Porcelain-Enamel-Coated Cast-Iron Grate – Porcelain is an exceptional heat conductor . The grate works with the 12,000 BTU loop burner to evenly spread heat across the entire surface.
- Exterior Temperature Gauge – When do you put the steaks on to get a great sear? Is the temperature low enough for fish? Proper temperature control is critical for great grilling results. The Cuisinart CGG-200 features a display that is integrated into the lid so you’ll know when the grill is at the temperature you need.
Cuisinart CGG-200 Additional Features
- Robust Craftsmanship – You can tell a lot about a grill when you open it. And the first impression you get from the CGG-200 will match your expectations. Both the weather-resistant handle and insulated lid are stainless steel. You’ll also notice the heft of two stainless steel side table which fold down when not in use, adding to the portability.
- Portable Design – In addition to the shelves that fold down, the CCG-200 has integrated handles that allow you to carry it to your car.
Cuisinart CGG-200 Accessories
- The Cuisinart Folding Grill Stand is an ideal addition to the CGG-220 grill. It allows you to showcase the grill wherever you grill most often, like a deck or patio.
- When you’re going to keep the grill in one place for a long period of time, the Cuisinart 4-Ft. LP Adapter Hose allows you to connect to a standard 20 pound propane tank (not included).
Cuisinart CGG-200 Conclusion
Cuisinart has long been known as a brand you can trust to get things done in your kitchen. And with the CGG-200, you have a product that you can trust outside the kitchen as well.
Weighing in at a somewhat robust 60 pounds, some may find the Cuisinart CGG-200 a bit on the heavy side for a portable grill. But it makes up for it with both the power of a 12,000 BTU stainless steel burner and the versatility to switch out the cooking surface for the type of food you’re grilling.
In short, with the ability to switch out your cooking surface, Cuisinart is showing that it understands people, like you, who love to cook. If so, you may desire the true portability of Cuisinart’s CGG-180T.
Coleman 9949-750 RoadTrip Grill LXE 175 – Consumer Reports
Cooking system: Liquid Propane Gas
Not all grills with wheels are efficient in the portability department. While on the go, you may require an extremely compact grill that is also light and portable. In this case, the Coleman RoadTrip Grill LXE is the grill for you. This grill is apt and small, yet it integrates a big grilling space, a pair of folding side tables, and an ignition system that no other grill can beat. Whenever you need to travel, you can fold the grill down to a much smaller size so that it can easily fit in a trunk or backseat.
The grill also has an extraordinarily useful pull handle and strong wheels that can endure all kinds of usage. It runs on a 16.4 oz propane tank, meaning it can survive for a maximum of 1.1 hours with both burners on high. Or, it can last 4.5 hours with both burners on low. If you are planning camping or a road trip and need and require one of the most portable grills available, we believe the Coleman LXE is the ideal choice.
20,000 BTU-per-hour input
Cooking area of 285 sq. in.
Coleman RoadTrip Grill Video Review
Char-Griller 3001 Grillin’ Pro
Cooking system: Liquid Propane Gas
Char-Griller used to only manufacture smokers and grills that ran on charcoal. Now, the company has also begun producing propane grills. The Grillin’ Pro features a unique shape which differentiates from its original charcoal smoker form, but it is perfectly capable of functioning for gas grill purposes. It integrates a durable steel construction, efficient cast iron grates coated in porcelain, dual ventilation heating stacks, a warming rack, a side burner, a thermometer of stainless steel, and a big side shelf that serves as storage space for cooking tools.
The Char-Griller 3001 Grillin’ Pro offers many of the same brilliant features as backyard grills of similar sizes on the list. However, it is a greater deal because it costs much cheaper.
40,800 BTU-per-hour input
Cooking area of 630 sq. in.
Char-Griller 3001 Grillin’ Pro Video Review
Char Broil Quantum Infrared Urban Grill
Cooking system: Liquid Propane Gas
Meet the key to grilling’s future. That may be a bit of an exaggeration, but nonetheless, the Char Broil Quantum Infrared Urban Grill utilizes a brand new kind of updated cooking system, referred to as the “Quantum Infrared” system, which is sure to change the world of grilling without a doubt. A special “Infrared” surface lies just above every burner. The heat warms up these surfaces, which then emit it evenly across the whole grilling area whenever the grill is turned on. This function ensures that you will no longer have to deal with annoying cold and hot spots.
Even more so, it enables the burners in retaining heat at a wider range; anywhere between burning hot to mild and slow. Not only that, the Quantum needs just two burners due to the surface functionality. This saves you both gas and space. Finally, the grill additionally incorporates a stainless steel exterior, side shelves with the ability to fold, and finally a “Surefire” electric ignition system.
21,000 BTU-per-hour input
Cooking area of 320 sq. in.
Char Broil Infrared Grill Video Review
Broil King Crown 90 – Consumer Reports
Cooking system: Liquid Propane or Natural Gas
If there was such a thing as a ruler of grilling, then Broil King Crown 90 would most certainly be one of his most precious crown jewels. A generous selection of only the best features is combined into one innovative unit for a justifiable price. Not only does it feature a stainless steel “Infinity Burner” for searing, but it also includes a side burner made from stainless steel as well as a rotisserie burner in the back. Aside from that, it offers stainless steel “Flav-R-Waves” to help catch juices and vaporize them in an instant, a strong aluminum exterior, and an incorporated temperature gauge in addition to a “Sure-Lite” electric ignition system.
However the most useful thing of all is definitely the cooking grids made from cast iron, which can be adjusted to multiple positions and are covered by porcelain. For centuries now, chefs have revered cast iron products due to the material’s amazing capabilities of enduring and managing top cooking temperatures, meaning that it is the perfect choice for fast searing of top-quality meals.
40,000 BTU-per-hour input
Cooking area of 635 sq. in.
Broil King Crown 90 Video Review
Bull Outdoor Products: Bison Stainless Steel Grill Head
Cooking system: Charcoal – Bison Grill Consumer Reports
Are you the type of person who prefers to keep their grill in a specific location? If so, there is now one difficult choice to make: Do you get with the times and switch to propane? Or should you stick to traditional resources and select charcoal? The answer may surprise you; most people agree that charcoal remains as the most efficient resource. While it is true that propane can be easier to use, charcoal emits more smoke which in turn boosts the flavor of your food. If this information was fuel for your decision to buy an integrated charcoal grill, then you have already found the perfect choice: the Bison Stainless Steel Grill.
It is packed with vast amount of space for grilling, air adjustment vents on both the firebox and hood, charcoal bins which are convenient when it comes to cleaning, and a temperature gauge; plus, it is built from sturdy stainless steel. That’s not the end of it; the grill offers a feature unlike any other that enables you to change the coal elevation to whatever suits your needs.
Cooking area of 589 sq. in.