NisbetsAn Aladdin’s cave of almost every conceivable item of cookware and catering equipment generally delivered the next day.

Nisbets on-line catalogue is huge, so I have picked out the items that would be found in the usual good Cookshop, but if you are into catering for a few or for hundreds, take your time and look through their hundreds of pages.

Chefs’ Knives:

(Click here to read ‘How to choose the right ones for you’)

Global Japanese Knives

Professional kitchen knives, from the student budget range, the medium range right through to the absolute tip-top knife ranges.

Each range of knife has a description of the materials used in the construction of the ranges, and technical details, and obviously the ranges that have gone through incredible procedures (such as ‘ice-hardened’) will have the quality reflected in the price.

Henckel Knives

The names known to keen Cooks are Global, Henckel, Wusthof and Gustav Emil Ern, all of which I have been very happy to use and sell, but Japanese knives are increasing in their popularity, and the bargain ranges are definitely more than adequate for students or novice cooks.  The prices vary and there are often Special Offers which change week by week.

Nisbets Brands include:

Victorinox Knives

  • Victorinox (budget and top range of Knives)
  • Deglon Sabatier Knives (Medium Range)
  • Hygiplas Colour Coded Knives (Budget range)
  • Chef Works Knives (Budget range)
  • Global Japanese Knives (Medium to top of range)
  • Henckels Knives (Top of range)
  • Gustav Emil Ern Knives (Budget to top of range)
  • Wusthof Trident Knives (Top of range)
  • Tzuki Japanese Knives (Medium range)
  • Wenger Swiss Knives (Medium Range

This will also take you to Knife Blocks and Racks, Knife Sets, Wallets and Cases, Steels and Sharpening, Oriental and Specialist Knives, and other Knife-related products.

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