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Need a Tandoor oven for naan bread? Perhaps a Pita Bread Oven? Maybe you are looking for a niche with our Coal-Fired Oven? Don’t see what you are looking for? Let us know!
Originally designed as high production flatbread oven, the Dual Burner Bistro (Pita Bread) ovens are also well-suited for many other stone hearth cooking applications. The ovens feature two adjustable gas-fired radiant burners (one on each side), and a burner disable switch allows operation with only one burner for increased flexibility. For easily repeatable production without sacrificing versatility, the Pita Bread oven is an excellent choice.Learn more
The Barrel Tandoor is a high-tech, extremely durable ceramic oven. The Barrel Tandoor excels at delivering consistent, reliable heat, even under the highest production scenarios. Cooking high-quality naan or roti has never been easier. For an updated take on one of the world’s oldest cooking vessels, it’s the Barrel Tandoor.Learn more
You can cook the best naan, roti, and Tandoori chicken in this beautiful oven. Featuring the same ceramic materials that made Wood Stone famous, the gas-fired Tandoor is a high-tech, extremely durable update on an Old World classic. The Tandoor excels at maintaining temperature, even under the highest production scenarios.
Available with a round or square exterior, the Tandoor features a handsome quartz-composite top and stainless-steel sides and includes a Skewer Index Ring. Available in 31" or 35".Learn more
If your operation requires a large amount of cooking space without sacrificing power and reliability, check out Wood Stone’s Bagel Oven (90112) – the world’s largest manufactured stone hearth oven. Designed as a high production bagel oven, the Fire Deck 90112 has 45 square feet of cooking surface – enough to produce 450-500 5-inch bagels an hour! Although it was built with bagels in mind, this oven is also fantastic for pizzas, breads, entrees, and appetizers.Learn more
In 1905, New York City opened its first restaurant to feature a stone hearth oven – the restaurant was Lombardi’s, and the oven was heated by coal. Engineered with Wood Stone’s sophisticated materials, the Coal-Fired Fire Deck provides a unique connection to American history, while keeping up with the production demands of a modern commercial kitchen.Learn more