The Wolf 15" teppanyaki module is a new way to cook delicious, low-fat meals. The versatility of two independently controlled induction zones allow foods to be quickly seared and gently warmed at the same time, with only a small amount of oil. Think fried rice, shrimp kabobs, seared steak, grilled cheese and more.
Our teppanyaki griddle has two 1400-watt induction zones. Use them at different temperatures, or bridge them to use the entire surface when you're cooking for a larger group. The intuitive control panel and induction heat also allows for quick temperature adjustments and fast preheating. The teppanyaki griddle is just one of eight Wolf modules that bring specialty cooking into your kitchen.
Built-In Teppanyaki Module
Illuminated White LED Sliding Touch Controls
3-Wire, 240/208 VAC, 50/60 Hz
20 Amp Dedicated Circuit
Create a Custom Cooking Array
- Integrated design and slim 15" width lets you use it à la carte with other modules for a custom cooking array. Wolf modules have a streamlined control layout and frame - to seamlessly pair with one another.
Flexible Cooking Surface
- Two 1400-watt induction heating zones - front and back - enable you to stir fry or saute in one zone while keeping other items at serving temperature in the other zone. Or bridge the zones to cook at the same temperature over the entire surface.
- Illuminated white LED sliding touch controls are crisp and easy to read. Control panel lock prevents unwanted use of cooktop.
- Preheats quickly and provides almost instantaneous temperature response while cooking.
Easy to Clean
- The stainless steel surface is easier to clean than a traditional griddle.
Rigorously Tested to Endure Dependability
- Built with superior-quality materials, Wolf products are designed to last a minimum of 20 years under far heavier use than any home cook will ever subject them to.
- To ensure reliability, engineers stress-test Wolf designs under laboratory conditions that simulate years of use.
- Major components are tested and subjected to extreme stresses prior to going into the final design of the unit, and every major function of every completed product is tested before shipping.