Edo grill pan by Alessi is made of enamel-coated cast iron that makes steaks both crispy and juicy. The pan cools down slowly, and is thus perfect for serving steaks directly at the table.

Alessi’s Edo collection got its name from two different directions: the name refers to the Latin word "edere", ”to eat”, and Edo is also an ancient name of the city of Tokyo. Both Italian know-how and Japanese design influences are clearly visible in the smooth, seamless design and harmonious elegance of the collection. The most recognizable details of the Edo pots and pans are the brown, curved handles reminiscent of fabric ribbons. Edo range was created by the Spanish designer Patricia Urquiola.


Edo grill pan


In stock on 22 Oct, 2021Verified


Cast iron with enamel coating
40 cm
24,5 cm
4,5 cm
Suitable for use on all heat source. Magnetic steel bottom suitable for induction cooking. We recommend the use of pot holders or oven gloves to use the grill pan safely. Dishwasher safe, but we advise against regular dishwasher use because the detergents normally used in this appliance may damage the surface enamel on the grill pan over time. Any food residue can be easily removed with a soft brush, after soaking it in hot water and washing-up liquid

Patricia Urquiola

The Spanish architect and designer Patricia Urquiola (b. 1961) lives and works in Milan. In 1991 Urquiola began working for the furniture company De Padova in Milan, where she also designed her first furnitures. Between the years 1996 and 2000 she was the manager of Lissoni Associati Design Group and in 2001 she opened her own studio in Milan, where she focuses on product design and architecture. Urquiola has won several design awards and done many projects with various design companies, for example Kartell and Alessi.

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