This is a good basic cast iron grill pan and I can't see why anyone would pay more for one
This grill pan is solid cast iron, long enough to cover completely the two burners on one side of my electric stove, and does what I want it to do--cook meats, fish and vegetables indoors with less fat
This product is pretty good, fairly heavy cast iron griddle so hold heat well and pretty evenly
Excellent cast iron grill/griddle plate for cooking delicate fish and or veggies on the grill.
After two minutes on the stove heating up to season/use, it cracked
Works great, even heat, nice grill marks on food, easy, almost non-stick, cleaning
Conducts heat well, cooked up some sweet pancakes, bacon and eggs, sausage, English muffins, and even an omelet.
not pre-seasoned & a very rough surface, even with alot of oil & only medium heat everything stuck & the clean up was a pain, had to pull out the brillo pad, but its really heavy & will stand up to heavy use, just definitely season it a couple of times before use or go with another brand.
plenty of other options out there, it got rusty, food always stuck, didn't spread heat well
Chinese cast iron; and that it is chinese makes one wonder what other metals contaminate its surface
There are pinholes (for lack of a better word) in the cast iron, a dent in the griddle top, and the entire surface is quite rough, especially on the grill side.
it is what it says and it is inexpensive for what it is, but beware of a few items for those who are less experienced with cast-iron cooking: 1) the cast is very rudimentary, with pits and peaks: you would be advised to sand or scrub with steel the cooking surfaces a fair bit to obtain a smoother surface for seasoning/cooking
The cooking area has a rough pebbly surface from the sand cast molding.
The end result is a surface smooth enough to fry an egg without sticking.