You don't have to be a professional chef to appreciate a high quality chef's knife. Each one is ultra-sharp, incredibly durable, and perfectly balanced. And each one is perfectly balanced, so when one of these beauties reaches your hand, every chop, slice and dice will feel effortless. It's quality you'll appreciate every day.
What are we cooking today? What does the store cupboard have to offer?Our chef’s knives are as versatile as daily tasks and personal preferences in the kitchen. You have the choice between different sizes, designs and types. Because the right chef’s knife has to fit you as much as the intended purpose.
Continue reading and find out what it is that makes our chef’s knives so universal and yet so unique.
Universal knives: Slicing, chopping, mincing, forming, flattening—our chef’s knives are indispensable all-rounders with many talents. No matter which knife you select, each one has their very own strength. The blades may be different, but they all share one trait – top performance. Guaranteed. Day after day.
Extremely high quality: The chef’s knives of the Grand Maître line are made from a single piece of steel which is connected to the handle using solid rivets. They offer a blade that’s extra wide and straight. Combined with the handle, they create excellent leverage, and the necessary force is reduced to a minimum.
Delicate master class: The Santoku knife is inspired by Far Eastern cuisine and is used there for preparing sushi and sashimi. The specially formed blade allows for extremely fine and precise cuts. The dimples on the side create little air pockets during cutting, which prevent wet and extremely fine slices from sticking to the blade. The accuracy of the Asian chef’s knives make them ideal for meat and cheese, cucumbers and zucchinis.
Professional eccentric: The shape of the Chinese chef’s knife is reminiscent of a kitchen cleaver. However, it serves for a lot more than just deboning meat. The wide blade and the very narrow, smooth cutter are extremely versatile and easily go through meat, game and poultry, vegetables, herbs and fruits.
Makers of the Original Swiss Army Knife | Established 1884