We’ve capitalized on our familiarity with the world’s top brands to select the best features for our stainless steel line. Made of the most durable stainless steel and designed with all types of cooks in mind, our Sur La Table stainless steel tools perform exceptionally well in the kitchen.
The length is great for lifting and serving fish, and the durable 18/10 stainless steel turner is non-corrosive. Great for cooking and serving, a sturdy handle makes it easy to use even on the grill. 9" l. Dishwasher safe.
Material: 18/10 stainless steel
Care: Dishwasher safe
Dimensions: 6" and 9" long
Made in China
Seattle-based Sur La Table has kept its finger on the pulse of Americas cooks since opening its doors in 1972 at Seattles historic Pike Place Market. Since then, chefs and home cooks with a taste for adventure have flocked to the culinary mecca.
A destination for iconic chefs such as Julia Child, Jacques Pepin, Martha Stewart and Mario Batali, Sur La Table entices aficionados and curious beginners alike with its amazing selection of cookware and tools.
With a successful catalog, website, culinary program and stores coast to coast, Sur La Table continues to share its passion for the traditions and tastes of the world with people who love to cook and entertain.
Wasn't a Big Fan—Handle and Spatula Elements Got Losse
I wanted to love this spatula. It was perfect: the price was right, the size was right, and I love mostly everything I buy from Sur la Table. Unfortunately, the part where the handle and the spatula element meet came loose. It didn't fall out or anything, but it just got rickety. I'm very particular about my cooking tools, and I need everything to be exactly right. I ended up spending $70 (egad!!) on a Global version of this spatula (welded from one piece of stainless steel), and I'm really happy with the alternative, even though it's tremendously more expensive.
I purchased this to use with my wok. This type of thin fish turner is what Grace Young recommends for stir frying, in particular, for meat. It allows you to get under the meat instead of pushing it with a thicker spatula. The large spatula is a bit too big for the wok, so I will order the small one. This is not a bad reflection on the spatula, just an incorrect choice on my part. This also works wonderfully for fried eggs and cookies. So far, it appears sturdy, but I've only used it a few times.
Our family tradition for Christmas Day has long been Swedish Meatballs (Swedish grandma's old recipe). With our large family, it takes about 8 batches of frying the tiny meatballs. The best utensil we've found is grandma's old batter mixer/fish flipper. Other flippers just don't cut it! This one will be dishwasher safe...unlike grandma's ;-)