Gyuto Knife Paris

Gyuto Knife Paris

Posted by Ramon Elzinga on

We just had our first customer from Paris, the capital of France.

Given their global appreciation for bread and baking we thought the first knife to France would be a serrated knife or bread knife - but it was not. The first knife sent to Paris was a Gyuto Knife.

The Gyuto knife is essentially a Japanese version of a chefs knife - however it is lighter in the hand and harder at the tip. This effect means the first time the Gyuto knife is used for chopping or slicing it has a wonderful effect - as it slices through you still hardly feel the vegetable or fruit.

As a small company based in South Australia it's an honor to send a knife of ours to one of the food capitals of the world - Paris, France.

We hope it is the first of many.

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