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Using a sharp, balanced chef's knife is not just a pleasure - it's also far safer than a blunt budget knife. Whether you're looking for the light, fast feel of a Japanese-style blade, or the classic 'western' feel of smoothness and a slight heft, we have something to suit your preferences. 

While 'sharpening' knives is seen as an important routine, it's honing that really keeps your blade in good condition. Sharpening will generally involve removing small amounts of metal from the blade in order to regain its sharp edge, which over time will become less effective if it's done too frequently. Honing, on the other hand, helps to keep the sharp edge straight, meaning a better cutting edge. Honing with a kitchen steel like the Victoria is worth doing each time before you use the knife, while sharpening only needs to be done a couple of times per year - and you can have it done professionally in our Tory Street store!

  1. Global 8cm Paring Knife

    GSF Series - GSF15

    8cm spearpoint blade Paring knife by World-Famous knife makers Global of Japan.
    $58.95 Each
  2. Victorinox are some of our best-sellers, and have a reputation in numerous restaurants and commercial kitchens for being consistently sharp, durable and reliable knives. This bread knife has a 21cm serrated blade and black nylon handle, and will make short work of even the crustiest artisan loaf.
    $39.95 Each
  3. Simple, well-made paring knife with 10cm pointed blade.
    $8.95 Each
  4. This versatile knife with serrated blade is a best-seller at Moore Wilson's.
    $8.95 Each
  5. Make working with pastry and crusts a breeze.
    $54.95 Each
  6. This Santoku knife is an excellent all-rounder.
    $54.95 Each
  7. A very popular knife and fantastic value.
    $59.95 Each
  8. Because home cooks and professional chefs alike count on it as much for creating simple, single-dish meals as they do for elaborate six-course feasts, we predict the Fibrox Carving Knife from the professional line of knives by Victorinox will be one of the most relied upon tools in your kitchen.
    $49.95 Each
  9. With a sharp point and narrow blade, boning knives are used in food preparation for removing the bones of poultry, meat, and fish with precise control.
    $119.95 Each
  10. Hold your Christmas roast dinner steady to ensure perfect clean slices.
    $115.95 Each
  11. This high quality carving knife will make easy work of your Christmas roast dinner.
    $144.95 Each
  12. A forged-steel bread knife from the professional Grand-Maître range.
    $155.95 Each

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Using a sharp, balanced chef's knife is not just a pleasure - it's also far safer than a blunt budget knife. Whether you're looking for the light, fast feel of a Japanese-style blade, or the classic 'western' feel of smoothness and a slight heft, we have something to suit your preferences. 

While 'sharpening' knives is seen as an important routine, it's honing that really keeps your blade in good condition. Sharpening will generally involve removing small amounts of metal from the blade in order to regain its sharp edge, which over time will become less effective if it's done too frequently. Honing, on the other hand, helps to keep the sharp edge straight, meaning a better cutting edge. Honing with a kitchen steel like the Victoria is worth doing each time before you use the knife, while sharpening only needs to be done a couple of times per year - and you can have it done professionally in our Tory Street store!