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    Find a good BBQ in Thailand

    Sometimes things are difficult to be found over here, i've seen a few manufacturer or resaler of BBQ's by going around the country and here now the links to where to get what :



    Jack A Roo Grills Thailand

    Nice piece of work, made in stainless steel, with the handy sauce heater on the left side, they manufacture in Thailand, i think somewhere around Pattaya, but for more infos, just click the link..




    ::Welcome to the Barbecue Store, Thailand::

    Great grills imported from down under...

    those guys know about BBQ'ying , pay them a visit on Sukhumvit's showroom or click on the link, they hav a great choice...


    BBQ Thailand. Quik-Fire, the Barbeque of all Gas Barbecues in stainless steel.

    This is the one i purchased, most probably best price, works well, made in Thailand, Udon Thani area by some American guy...

    For more, click on da linky


    Of course those are a bit upmarket and if you wish to spend only a few hundred baht Thailand is also a good supply source, will try to stick some from the local chinese store and home Pro later on...


    There were plenty of infos on Teakdoor about making his own BBQ or experiences with BBQ, will try to stick a summary in next post...

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    smokers

    If you are more in the smoker BBQ way, this was a good thread made by Blackgang, about how to build it yourself and DD dropped in by making his own cheap version of a smoker, nice infos...

    http://teakdoor.com/the-captains-kit...bq-smoker.html

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    Cheapest version, charcoal based



    This is now on the very cheap side of the BBQ'ing but it works well...

    The small thingy is to be owned for 80Thb at the local chinese and the bigger one for less then 200 Thb if i remember well...

    You can see those on the Korean BBQ grill's restaurant found all over Thailand for trial with the aluminium BBQ ing and soup making facility on top, you can just buy a steel grid and have your very own bbq extremely cheap this way, stores easily on any balcony...

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    Proud BBQ owner's review

    Here a link to some teakdoor thread of a proud owner of such one outdoor cooking device...


    http://teakdoor.com/food-and-drink/1...bbq-grill.html (Hillbilly's new BBQ grill)

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    Recipe

    Jet had the good idea of sharing her recipe of a perfect BBQ sauce...

    some other posters followed and this thread, very handy to the lucky owners of BBQ, is .....ermmm there:

    http://teakdoor.com/the-captains-kit...e-recipes.html

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    Professional Thai BBiz

    After all this leisure apparatus, let's see for what you would need to compete with local BBQ professionals



    This sidewalk restaurant was spotted in the middle of a thai town, they serve food day and nigth made on this, investment necessary if you plan to build such one, 1 to 3 K should do, depennds how much recycled stuff you will gather to do it...



    Another professional local model here, with integrated shop and storage...

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    low budget BBQ

    A budget of 150 to 250 Thb will allow you to be the owner of such equipment by the local chinese...


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    400 to 700 thb budget

    If you budget stretches a bit further, this is available




    500 thb for this one with thai roof shape design...



    The next one was 600 thb before negotiations...



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    half drums

    Simple machines...


    there was a shop with plenty of such choice around makro korat once, they were from 300 thb to 2000thb....

    This one is in my backyard for over 4 years i think ! rainy or sunny day, still resists, but it will be time to throw it away soon, the look is not exactly appealing...

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    The fastest in the world

    And now if you plan to import one, here some options



    The son of Hibachi

    The fastest in the world, small easy to carry over here from abroad

    in less then 7 minutes it is ready to grill, start the fire, fold it and the chimney effect will make it ready to grill in a blinck of an eye...

    To stopp it, a special bag, fire resistant, just close it and pack it in the back the fire will be asphixiated, well cut of oxygene...

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    Going further upmarket

    Well, you can choose to import, if your budget is flexible, this is quit nice




    This is the ultimate outdoor kitchen, made down under by beefeater...


    And now, kalamazoo, form down under as well, beautifull and functionnal


    another view of the kalamazoo kitchen here



    some people know to make functional things...

    for those you will have to import !

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    Amazing variety you've found. I thought I knew what I wanted but now I see I need a bigger block of land....

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    bbq tables, imported

    And now the BBQ tables, this one is very nice, from Tabachi soem Australian manufacturer again...



    Many funny options, in this posh version above, you can remove the BBQ and replace with some ice cubes container to store champagne or beers...


    or this one, a bit cheaper, made in Vietnam



    disadvantage of those table BBQ's is that mostly some one has all the smoke, so choose well your seat if invited around this...

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    At what point does a bbq become a kitchen with out walls and a ceiling?

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    the brick option

    Well in Europe you can buy your brick BBQ today with different variations up to your taste...



    This is the heart of the machine !

    This following option is for sure the best for people owning a house over here... download a few pics form the web, study a little and find the proper bricks, the bricklayer and this is what you could have in your backyard:



    the simple model...


    somehow better... i think 5000 thb can be sufficient to have this in your backyard...



    by adding 2 to 3k thb, this may be...



    this one has the oven to make the bread !

    Bon appetit....

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    I think this one may cost more than the average Thai house


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    Australian BBQ producers

    Here the major manufacturers from Australia...

    Great stuff, beetween being a BBQ a kitchen or a house....

    Beefeater International

    nice models there....

    Lifestyle BBQs - The Australian Barbeque

    fantastic ones here

    Kalamazoo Outdoor Gourmet Stainless Steel Grills, Stainless Steel Gas Grills, Stainless Steel Charcoal Grills, Grill Islands & Custom Outdoor Kitchens

    those are the main i know, some of their product are on the thread...

    ::Welcome to the Barbecue Store, Thailand:: has some of those i believe, or they may be could arrange you the import, probably...

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    some design wood fired bbq



    The following ones are wood fire bbq...

    designs easy to let copy near your place if you like the looks...



    this one is made in Thailand, can be folded and easy to store in the trunk of the car for some excursions, if you need one of those, PM me...


    nice design, but stupid website, sorry for small image...





    good design for simple model...

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    imports from europe



    this one is from outdoorchef.ch won quite some awards from clever inner design...




    those 2 are from the same Swiss company, you will have to import those if you wish to use them over here...

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    Quote Originally Posted by forreachingme View Post
    Here a link to some teakdoor thread of a proud owner of such one outdoor cooking device...


    http://teakdoor.com/food-and-drink/1...bbq-grill.html (Hillbilly's new BBQ grill)
    Thanks forreachingme! The search button can make a difference.

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    Don't have a photo, but years ago I used to convert old combustion stoves into BBQ's.
    They were a big hit and I made a few bucks out of it.
    Very good fow doing roasts as well as BBQ's

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    There's a Canadian company that produced marine BBQ's in Thailand, near Laem Chabang in fact.
    If anyone wants one I coulkd dig up more details

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