Remoska® has trained
3 generations of chefs
around the world
But you won't read about them in the newspaper. They humbly
remain in their kitchens, where they cook for picky children,
cooking healthy food to sabotage their husbands, and even for
mother-in-laws, for which almost nothing is good enough.
And yet - food cooked in a Remoska® is always a hit.
„For me, it's a classic which we cooked with at our old cottage. A Sunday chicken roast with potatoes from one bowl still warms the cockles of our hearts. And when our granddaughter moved into a dormitory, she got a new Remoska® from us for her birthday so she could cook in the kitchen where they didn't have an oven.“Danuše Bažantová (78 years old)
„I travel a lot and I worked as a cook in several cafes and restaurants in Australia. When I get back home, I want to be as well-equipped for cooking as I've seen in professional kitchens. Minimalist and purposeful. That's why the Remoska® rules my kitchen - it has quality workmanship and you can cook great with it.“Alberto Cavallin (30 years old)
„I equipped my first kitchen with a Remoska®. The pans sit comfortably in my hand and thanks to the Remoska® Tria, I don't have to wash a bunch of dishes after cooking.“Hannah Laffancy (25 years old)
Remoska® has won the heart of the English
Thanks to Lady Milena Grenfell-Baines and Michelle Kershaw, Remoska® made it from the Czech Republic to England, and even got into Buckingham Palace. It’s been reaping success around the world.
The number of Remoskas
sold during the first week
The number of units bought
by the English in the first year
The number of roasting
bowls we have produced to date
It’s been bubbling along for 60 years already
Each generation has tested it in their own way. Grandmothers used it for large families, mothers cooked healthy meals for picky children and daughters took their first culinary steps thanks to Remoska®.