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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. URBAN FARMER combines the natural beauty of rustic crafting tools with the high-tech precision of knives made with the latest materials and techniques. The blade is made from stainless steel with a high carbon content. Its long-lasting sharpness is ensured by a Rockwell hardness of 58 and the solid tang gives it very high edge stability.
    $164.95 Each
  2. With 1 sharpening speed and 1 angle guide, the E2 is the simplest way to get sharp. The Work Sharp E2 Kitchen Knife Sharpener is the most affordable and effective electric knife sharpener on the market; gentle on knives, sharpens in less than a minute, and easy.
    $164.95 Each
  3. The Work Sharp M3 Kitchen Knife Sharpener expands on the concept of a honing rod by incorporating diamond and ceramic rods for sharpening and honing.
    $119.95 Each
  4. Do you find homemade drinks never quite live up to cocktail bar expectations? The Peak collection was designed to elevate everyday drinks, bringing speakeasy-quality ice to your home freezer.
    $24.95 Each
  5. A great all-rounder. The Fibrox Carving Knife from the professional line of knives by Victorinox is prized by home cooks and professional chefs alike for its comfortable, non-slip, ergonomic handle and for the optimal weight and balance its extra wide blade delivers. With a razor-sharp edge that rarely requires sharpening, this knife promises both ease and efficiency when slicing cooked and grilled meat or larger foods.
    $54.95 Each
  6. URBAN FARMER combines the natural beauty of rustic crafting tools with the high-tech precision of knives made with the latest materials and techniques. The blade is made from stainless steel with a high carbon content. Its long-lasting sharpness is ensured by a Rockwell hardness of 58 and the solid tang gives it very high edge stability.
    $164.95 Each
  7. With its distinctive curvature at the tip, this unique blade shape is perfectly suited for reaping, preening and peeling fruit and smaller vegetables.
    $84.95 Each
  8. Achieve the perfect slice of meat or poultry with the Shun Classic Carving Knife. It’s the right knife whether you want to carve paper-thin or thick and juicy slices.
    $199.95 Each
  9. Once you get the Shun Classic Nakiri in your hands, you'll soon see why both professional chefs and good cooks around the world choose this beautiful and extremely useful tool whenever they have quantities of fruits or vegetables to chop, slice, or dice.
    $225.95 Each
  10. The Shun Classic Chefs Knife is shaped in the traditional European style and is an all purpose knife suitable for chopping, shredding, cutting, slicing and cubing all meat, fish and vegetables.
    $225.95 Each
  11. An excellent choice from the professional Grand-Maître range.
    $164.95 Each
  12. An all-round star from the professional Grand-Maître range.
    $149.95 Each

Kitchen Knives

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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!