Bistro Ready Steady Cook Wok Reviews
Product Type: Bistro Cookware
Description:Brand: Bistro / Product Type: Frying Pan / Stir Fry Pan
Newest Review: ... moving from hob to trivet. Even more so when the heavy glass lid was in place. A second handle is necessary at the very ... more
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Last Update 10.03.2014 08:33
by Doug - written on 17/02/12
This pan was wonderful at first, then when I used it to cook more than a two portion meal and it was more than a quarter full of food, it bent out of shape when moving from hob to trivet. Even more so when the heavy glass lid was in place. A second handle is necessary at the very least. The non stick coating has started to peel after 4 months and everything sticks despite careful use at all times. It has been replaced by the manufactures once but I hold out no hope that the replacement will be any better. At least mine was replaced with no postage costs unlike other reviewers who have had to pay. I only bought this as it was suitable for induction hob, I have now .. Read the complete review
by - written on 03/12/11 (Very useful, 27 readings)
I've had the Bistro Ready Steady Cook Wok for about 2 years now - and I still use it on a regular basis. I have several woks and for some reason it tends to be one of those pieces of cooking equipment that I buy far more than I could ever use.....and while I use a wok every day, I certainly don't need the six different woks I currently have! However, the Bistro Ready Steady Cook Wok is one of the six woks and it's been used regularly over the past two years since I had it. I can't remember how much I paid for it, but it is currently listed on Amazon to be £29.99 - which seems a fairly reasonable price. This includes a 25 year guarantee which is also a real bonus and gave Read the complete review
by - written on 21/01/11 (Useful, 45 readings)
Bought this as cook virtually everything in a wok and this one can be used on induction hob. Nice size the sloping sides are a good angle to ensure everything doesn't fall to the middle. Has one of those good feeling tactile handles with good curved shape for holding, heats up very quickly and seemingly with even heat distribution as well as a good clear glass lid (albeit heavy and can be cumbersome). Cleans easily and so far (after 5 months) has retained its non-stick coating well. However, with only a small amount of food in the wok if you pick it up with the lid on you can see where the handle is attached bending; if you have a fair amount of ... Read the complete review
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