A four burner barbecue with a vitreous body and hood
The Everdure Neo Curva is a four burner, cast iron barbecue with 13.5 megajoules of heat. It has an elegant matt vitreous enamel body with an in-built temperature gauge in the hood and an aluminium plated vapouriser.
Sydney industrial designers Tiller + Tiller accentuated the functional elements of the barbecue with the Neo design. Control knobs are large and round like a stereo’s, managing even heat distribution across the cast iron cooking plates; the rollback hood has a distinctive dome shape; the double ring wok burner is housed in the side servery and there is cupboard storage for gas bottles and cooking utensils.
What we liked
Rounded, large control knobs are easy to operate and to control temperature
The roll back hood has an inbuilt temperature gauge for accurate cooking
The unit has a double ring wok burner giving users more outdoor cooking options
There is cupboard storage below the cooking surface for gas bottles and cooking tools
The trolley is black powder coated for greater durability
The affordable price ($599 RRP)
And what we didn’t
Black is not an ideal surface colour choice for all tastes
Everdure describes the Neo Curva as a design-driven barbecue that’s affordable. It was made in China with local design input.
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Reader Rating0 Votes
Affordable price, four burners, storage area for gas bottle and cooking utensils, vitreous enamel finish, black design hides the dirt, rotary piezo ignition