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D67 6 PC. Chef Knives Set Sydney

THIS CHEF KNIVES SET INCLUDES:

  • Free knife sharpener
  • Chef’s knife roll
  • 8” Slicer/Carving knife
  • 7” Santoku knife
  • Long prong fork
  • 7" Filleting knife
  • 5” Utility knife
  • 3.5” Paring knife
£189.00
Individual item price £276.50. Save £87.50 and get a FREE NAIFU SHARPENER.

NAIFU D67 CHEF KNIVES SET:

Naifu Damascus 67 steel knives are made using the traditional Japanese layering technique, highly acclaimed by chefs and avid cooks alike. Each knife has its own unique marbled appearance. (read more)

8” Slicer/Carving Knife

This knife offers a long, narrow razor sharp blade, specifically designed for slicing cooked meat, poultry from the bone with clean and accurate precision. The ergonomic handle is of a generous size and its slip resistant covering offers good control.

7” Santoku Knife

The Santoku knife has an exceptionally wide blade that is less tapered than the traditional European style knife – it easily cuts fine slices from thick pieces of meat and fish due to small indentations along its length. An excellent knife for slicing, dicing and mincing – it also conveniently doubles up as a pallet knife to transfer food from the cutting board into the pan.

Long Prong Fork

Made from forged stainless steel – this long pronged fork is ideal for stabilising joints of meat and poultry during carving, it can also be used for turning roasting joints in the oven as well as lifting larger items to and from the cooking pot.

7” Filleting/Boning Knife

This knife was designed specifically for boning and filleting – filleting a fish requires a knife with an extremely sharp, but flexible blade, allowing it to remain in contact with the contours of the fish. The generous sized handle with its slip resistant grip provides the chef with accurate control.

5” Utility Knife

Extremely well suited to a variety of preparation tasks such as cutting and trimming excess fat from cuts of meat, French trimming a rack of lamb and so forth. It is also excellent for slicing tomatoes, onions, garlic and ginger into fine pieces. The 5” utility knife is light in weight, with a generous sized handle offering a comfortable grip.

3.5” Paring Knife

A small but razor sharp blade, the paring knife was specifically designed for peeling, slicing, coring and mincing smaller fruits and vegetables. Delicate tasks such as peeling soft skinned fruits e.g. peaches or apricots can be carried out cleanly and precisely. The handle also provides maximum grip and control.

Free Knife Sharpener

Our Naifu knife sharpener will help maintain the sharpness of your knives. Suitable for all fine edges knives.

Chef’s Knife Roll

Use our chef’s knife roll to transport and store your knives, easily and safely.

Exceptional Sharpness

  • 30 day full refund & 10 year guarantee

  • Prices at least 30% less than comparable ranges from others

  • Ergonomic santoprene slip resistant handle grips

  • Save £87.50 (individual item price £276.50)

  • Free chef's knife sharpener

  • Excellent weight and balance

 

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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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