The Flamberge Rotisserie is a wall-mounted gas rotisserie designed for residential use. Constructed with a concave rear wall of solid cast iron, it is heated by a powerful gas burner set beneath three motorized spits. Synthetic wicks pull the heat up through the vaulted back of the unit, allowing the radiant heat to gently cook foods as they rotate slowly on a spit over the flame. A porcelain drip tray is included with two straight metal spits and one fish basket.
The Flamberge Rotisserie can be a signature piece in any kitchen. It features strikingly upon a focal wall, where it is a window into a world of succulent slow-roasted meats, poultry, fish, and vegetables. Crafted from cast iron and steel, the rotisserie provides both a sumptuous culinary option and a mesmerizing aesthetic, slowly roasting food on the spits or in the fish basket. The Maison La Cornue tray collects juices that can compose a harmonious flavoring for accompanying dishes. The rotisserie measures 30" square, and does not require a flue, so its ready to incorporate into any kitchen. La Cornues special cabinet option can hold the rotisserie and its heat, while providing extra storage.
755 W x 380 D x 725 H (mm)
29.7 W x 15 D x 28.5 H (inches)
Minimum Cutout Dimensions:
760 W x 457 D x 730 H (mm)
30 W x 18 D x 28.7 H (inches)
Dimensions of Metal Trim Frame:
815 W x 792 H (mm)
32 W x 31.2 H (inches)
Starting from $12,000
plus freight/delivery fees
- Three Motorized Spits
- One Porcelain Drip Tray
- One Fish Basket
- 27,000 BTU Natural Gas or 25,000 BTU Propane
- Available in a Variety of 48 Enamel or Metal Body Finishes
Professional delivery and installation is available for every product we sell. We would be happy to coordinate delivery and installation for you.
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