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D67 8 PC. Chef Knives Set Lyon

This chef’s knife set includes the following:

  • 8” Slicer/Carving knife

  • 8” Chef knife

  • 6” Chef knife

  • 7” Filleting/boning knife

  • 5” Utility knife

  • 3.5” Paring knife

  • 9” Bread knife

  • Long prong fork

  • Free knife sharpener

  • Chef’s knife roll


Individual item price £394. Save £79 and get a FREE NAIFU SHARPENER.

Naifu knives are made from Damascus 67 layered steel, using traditional Japanese techniques. They are among the best kitchen knives in the world and highly acclaimed by professional chefs and enthusiastic chefs alike. (read more)

Slicer/Carver Knife

A sharp narrow bladed knife, specifically designed for cutting clean, even slices of meat, poultry or fish from the bone with absolute precision. Delicate control is provided to the chef with the generous sized handle and its slip resistant properties.

8” Chef Knife

With a 20cm blade made from Damascus steel with a santoprene non-slip handle grip, the chef’s knife is by far one of the most essential kitchen tools. A multi-purpose knife, it can be used to help minimise the fatigue of a long day in the kitchen, making light work of chopping, dicing and cutting harder vegetables and chunks of meat, poultry or fish.

6” Chef Knife

A more compact version of the 8” chef’s knife, this knife is an extremely important kitchen tool and can be used for a variety of tasks where the larger blade of the 8” isn’t necessary, such as cutting smaller chunks of hard vegetables, meat, poultry and fish. The generous sized handle provides the chef with accurate control.

7” Filleting/Boning Knife

This knife was purpose designed, its long, thin curved blade is not only razor sharp, but provides flexibility, allowing the knife to remain in contact with the contours of the fish during the filleting process.

5” Utility Knife

This 5” knife is a useful multi-purpose knife suitable for a range of tasks that do not require the strength and size of the blade of the chef’s knife. Useful for a wide variety of preparation tasks such as trimming off excess fat from cuts of meat and poultry, French trimming a rack of lamb, or finely slicing smaller items such as ginger, garlic, salami, onions etc.

3.5” Paring Knife

The paring knife is ideally suited to peeling, slicing, coring and mincing smaller fruits and vegetables, this knife is especially well suited when peeling the soft skinned items such as peaches or apricots. The well proportioned handle with its forged bolster offers optimal control.

9” Bread Knife

The bread knife has an exceptionally long and sharp blade that is ideal for cutting even slices of bread without tearing. It is also useful for cutting larger fruits such as pineapples, melons and citrus fruits as well as soft cheeses and aubergines and such like.

Long Prong Fork

The long prong fork is the best solution for stabilising the meat during the carving of meat and poultry, it is also useful for turning joints of meat over that are roasting in the oven as well as transferring meat and poultry to and from the cooking pot.

Free Knife Sharpener

Our Naifu knife sharpener will help maintain your kitchen knives razor sharp. Suitable for all fine edged knives – not suitable for serrated knives.

Chef’s Knife Roll

Store and transport your kitchen knives safely and securely with our chef’s knife roll.

Supreme long-lasting sharpness

  • All prices at least 30% lower than other comparable ranges

  • 30 day full refund plus 10 year guarantee

  • Ergonomic santoprene slip resistant handle grips

  • Outstanding weight and balance

  • Free chef's knife sharpener

  • Save £79 (individual item price £394)

introducing new...!

Here at Naifu we have designed an elegant new steak and game knife made from fine chef quality knife steel. The handle is particularly comfortable and has excellent weight and balance.


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