Updated February 07, 2019 by Gabrielle Taylor

The 8 Best Cooking Stone Sets

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This wiki has been updated 3 times since it was first published in January of 2019. We can't all be hibachi chefs, impressing our guests with flaming onion volcanoes while expertly flipping and catching utensils, but if you want an easy way to add a bit of flair to your next dinner party, pick up one of these cooking stone sets. Once properly heated, they can sear thin pieces of meat and vegetables in a matter of seconds, and you can also freeze them for cold dishes and desserts. When users buy our independently chosen editorial choices, we may earn commissions to help fund the Wiki. Skip to the best cooking stone set on Amazon.

8. Good Cooking Hibachi

7. Black Rock Grill Steak Plate

6. LavaRock Cooking Company Professional

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5. Black Rock Grill Sharing Platter

4. Fecihor Table Top

3. NutriChef Grill Slab

2. Zelancio Premium

1. Artestia Deluxe

Editor's Notes

February 06, 2019:

While there isn't much difference in the stones themselves besides their size, the platters and accompanying accessories make each of these sets distinct. Unlike most others, the Artestia Deluxe has a ceramic platter and comes with two stones, each of which has a groove running around the edge to help drain away excess grease. The Zelancio Premium and Fecihor Table Top are great for cooking a single serving at a time, and each comes with a serving plate and three cups for dipping sauces. However, if you're not interested in the accessories and just want to maximize your cooking space, go with the NutriChef Grill Slab, Black Rock Grill Sharing Platter, or Good Cooking Hibachi.


Gabrielle Taylor
Last updated on February 07, 2019 by Gabrielle Taylor

Originally from a tiny town in Virginia, Gabrielle moved to Los Angeles for a marketing internship at a well-known Hollywood public relations firm and was shocked to find that she loves the West Coast. She spent two years as a writer and editor for a large DIY/tutorial startup, where she wrote extensively about technology, security, lifestyle, and home improvement. A self-professed skincare nerd, she’s well-versed in numerous ingredients and methods, including both Western and Asian products. She is an avid home cook who has whiled away thousands of hours cooking and obsessively researching all things related to food and food science. Her time in the kitchen has also had the curious side effect of making her an expert at fending off attempted food thievery by her lazy boxer dog.


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