Meat Cleaver - Santoku Style
Meat Cleaver - Santoku Style is rated out of 5 by 2.
Each kitchen requires this tool: a meat cleaver. This knife is essential for cuts other than vegetables. It is robust, balanced and perfect for mincing, crushing and chopping meat and fish.
- 6.5" high carbon stainless steel blade
- Perfect for mincing, crushing and chopping
- Safe and durable non-stick coating
- Ergonomic grooved and riveted handle with antibacterial protection
- Easy to clean
One year warranty with proof of purchase
Rated 5 out of 5 by Luke warmwater from Excellent design I bought this product recently and it is amazing! I stay in hotels and motels regularly for work and cook in my room or kitchen provided!. I'd definately another knife like that one
Date published: 2020-11-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by CPulsifer from Make short work of any dinner prep. Was looking for a reliable meat cleaver, and decided to try the Starfrit Santoku one. It arrived packaged in a thick plastic clamshell, and protective rubber tip covers. Upon examination, the cleaver has rubber nubs on the handle to prevent slippage. The handle felt nice and solid. The blade was very sharp, with a very slight curve. I have used the cleaver on beef, chicken, pork and vegetables, as well as the classic "paper cutting" experiment. It has a slightly angled blade at the cutting edge, which allows for easy slicing of thin pieces of meat. The blade is well balanced by the perfectly sized handle. Ingredients rarely stick to the blade, almost like it's non-stick in texture, which is very helpful when slicing up a roast. Having used it daily since it was received, I am very satisfied with the Santoku cleaver. I have had to sharpen it once, very lightly, as I like my knives very sharp. It sharpened beautifully. I use a 3-step sharpening tool. Would I recommend this product? Yes, absolutely. Would I buy it again? Yes. Would I make any changes or add anything? A blade protector, even just covering the sharp edge, I feel would be a very helpful addition, not only to protect the blade, but butter fingers as well.
Date published: 2021-01-30