Camp Chef Flat Top Grill 600 Review – 2-in-1 Cooking Grill and Griddle

If there was one word which could be used to describe Camp Chef, that word would likely be “unity.”

The reason for this is simple in that the entire focus centers around the idea that ‘great tasting food will always bring people together,’ in the outdoors.

With a completely customizable and modular cooking system, one can cook almost anything outside on a Camp Chef. If you get the chance to see one and feel it first hand, the picture becomes more clear. The quality and thoughtful design are apparent and, in almost no time at all, you begin to envision yourself using one.

The total story of this versatile company reaches back 29 years in Cache Valley, UT. Initially, the founders were interested in cooking while they enjoyed the outdoors. These people understood there had to be a better way than what was available. After decades of hard work, we are presented with Camp Chef’s current cooking inventiveness.

By designing a comprehensive product line, Camp Chef has something for everyone or any meal. From smokers to griddles, ovens to stoves, there is nothing left out (seriously). Aside from these lines they also make cast iron cookware, fire pits, and outdoor movie screens. If you spend much time cooking outside then you will want to check Camp Chef out. No matter what you prefer to cook, this company probably makes something for you.

Take a look below for my personal experience with this cooking system and what I have to think after using one.


Quick Highlights:

– 604-square inch cooking surface (griddle)
– 501-square inch cooking surface (grilling)
– Can feed parties of 50 to 100 people every hour
– Evenly heated food thanks to the large griddle and heat dispersing design
– Includes both a flat top griddle and grill grate
– Ready to cook, non stick True Seasoned Surface
– Four 12,000 BTSs/Hr. stainless steel burners
– Matchless ignition system
– Grease management system for effortless dripping collection and clean up
– Includes grease tray, catch bucket and micro adjust griddle levelers
– Propane tank holder with roller wheels for easy transport
– Adjustable leg levers
– Cold rolled steel griddle
– 62.5 in x 37 in x 22 in unit dimensions
– 48,000 BTUs/Hr. burner total output
– Comes with a one-year warranty
– Two bottom shelves
– Foldable side shelves for additional storage


Camp Chef Flat Top Grill 600 Review

Grills are a great investment for you to consider, especially if you are interested in cooking outdoors. This is a very large drill top that can be used to feed a large crowd quickly. In fact, on average, you should b able to feed 50 people to nearly double that amount in an hour. This gives you the change to explore the option of having a party without worrying about uneven cooking.

Because this is a flat top grill, the propane will not leave hot spots that are difficult to cook with. It is more like a griddle than a grill because the top is flat. This allows you to cook traditional food like burgers and hot dogs on the grill grates with ease, but you can also cook pancakes, eggs, and hash browns on the griddle part of the unit for breakfast if you want.

The griddle has a full 604 square inches of cooking space that you can utilize, but the grill also has about 500 square inches that you can use as well. The unit can produce more than 48,000 BTUs an hour across four stainless steel burners, so it is a very hot option to cook your food.

The surfaces that you are cooking on are pre-seasoned so that the food does not stick to them easily. This makes it very simple to cook, but you may notice a slight smell the first time that you use it. There is also a very convenient grease clean up system that you can use. It will keep the grease at bay without an issue; in fact, you can easily move the grease tray, and adjust the micro levers on the grill. If the grill is not sitting level, the legs can also be adjusted to accommodate uneven ground.


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