Pantheon induction scores a hit with Michelin starred Byrne

Aiden Byrne

Pantheon insists its new range of induction units provide the perfect solution for any type of operation wishing to introduce induction cooking or augmenting an existing installation.

There are two options – the IND340, a, plug-in countertop model that can be positioned wherever required and the IND360, a drop-in model. Both are ideal for front of house use as well as the kitchen.

Pantheon has trialled the hobs extensively prior to launching them and feedback has been extremely positive.

Story continues below

In fact, chef Aiden Byrne, co-owner of the prestigious Manchester House, has been using several of the countertop models for some months and has only praise for their performance.

“The Pantheon induction hobs have been taking quite a beating from me and my team. They’re on pretty much all day and never let up,” he said.

Both models have a durable, stainless steel body and both have over-heating protection.

They are also very simple to use says the company – the drop-in unit via a manual control and the countertop one via touch controls.

Both offer 10 temperature settings ranging from 60°C to 240°C and both have a LED timer display.

The 3kW hobs provide a rapid response and are very energy efficient, said Pantheon  and are available throughout the UK from Pantheon’s extensive dealer network.

Tags : cookingInductionPantheon Catering Equipment
Kathy Bowry

The author Kathy Bowry

1 Comment

  1. We bought an induction hob. After un-packaging and using it for the first time. The glass hob broke. We are talking about a commercial grade hob (a £216 with warranty included). No warranty and repair would cost £198 plus shipping. Same as paying for a new one. After making a complaint, I received no further answer. Waiting for about 3 months, they have my hob, and they have not contacted me. HORRIBLE customer service.

Leave a Response