Smallest BBQ Grill

The world’s smallest BBQ grill is the UCO Grilliput Portable Camping Grill. The set measures 26 x 23 cm when it is assembled. When compacted, the set measures 29 x 2.2 cm. The Firebowl dimensions are 16 x 16 x 8.5 cm if collapsed and 28 x 28 x 6 cm when extended.


The UCO grill set is designed for use in camping. The set is comprised of stainless steel. The set can also be used in a dishwasher. The Firebowl is made up of 4 stilted feet and collapsible hearth. The fins can be adjusted so the fire can be aimed at the food precisely.

Whether you are looking for the world’s smallest BBQ grill or the biggest, it pays to know the variants available. Most of them are divided between gas and charcoal grills.

Gas Grills

These grills are powered by natural gas or propane. Cooking can be done in two ways. The first is by heating the grill which cooks the food. The second is to cook the food directly. Their sizes vary. Some are meant for cooking a single steak.

Others are big enough to grill food for hundreds of people. There are many variants, but the flattop is becoming one of the most popular. Flattop grills have a griddle-like surface. It isn’t exposed to the flame.

Charcoal Grills

These grills make use of charcoal briquets or lump charcoal. The burning charcoal is changed into an ember which cooks the food. The most basic type of charcoal grill is the brazier grill. This is comprised of sheet metal and wire.

A cooking grid is set above the charcoal pan. The brazier grill does not possess a venting or heating system. The heat is modified by adjusting the cooking grid down or up the pan.

The pellet grills are powered by compressed hardwood pellets. These are placed in the hopper and set into the fire box. The fire box is at the grill’s bottom.

The pellets are lit by an igniter rod that burns the pellets. The pellets burn and turn into coals. These are used for cooking food. The pellet burners can be also set up to smoke mode.

The world’s smallest BBQ grill is obviously for camping only. If you only grill once in a while, portable sets will be sufficient. But if you grill a lot and for several people, look for the bigger grill models.

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