Staub Fondue set

  • The perfect and uniform heat distribution of cast iron guarantees a melted chocolate or cheese.
  • Staub Specialties are long-lasting and cook healthy and tasty food.
  • Made in France.
SKU: st-40511-971-975
Excl. Tax: €140.10 Incl. Tax: €169.52

Price From: Excl. Tax: €98.91 Incl. Tax: €119.68

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Product Description


The perfect and uniform heat distribution of cast iron guarantees a melted chocolate. You cannot wait to dip bread or fruit in! You can also use it for cheese fondues. Available in 16 cm (1.1 L - 1 1/4 qt), 18 cm (1.65 L - 1 3/4 qt) or 20 cm (2.35 L - 2 1/2 qt).


  • 1 pot.
  • 1 anti-splash rim.
  • 1 stand.
  • 4 forks (for 16 cm fondue pot) or 6 forks (for 18 or 20 cm fondue pot).
  • 1 burner.

Some advantages of enameled cast iron:

  • Ingredients retain their nutritional value and flavors. Vegetables remain juicy and meat does not dry out.
  • The resistance and heat-retention properties of cast iron have been used and appreciated for centuries in Central Asia.
  • Cast iron is a carbon-rich iron alloy, a material that is good at retaining heat, that diffuses it slowly and distributes it evenly.
  • Once cast iron is hot, its heat-retention capabilities allow you to turn the heat down to a minimum for gentle simmering, thus reducing energy consumption.
  • Cast iron can also retain cold: refrigerate before serving and your Staub product will remain cold at the table.
  • Enamel, which is made mainly out of glass, is extremely long lasting.
  • Enameled cast iron can be used with all heat sources, including induction.

With their unique quality and delicate enamel finish, Staub products go exquisitely from the kitchen to the table. The outer surfaces are given at least two coats of enamel using innovative techniques.

Each Staub product is meticulously crafted using traditional manufacturing processes, with a hundred visual and technical checking points to ensure that each product fulfills the highest quality standards. Staub and Paul Bocuse, triple star chef for fifty years, have cooperated closely to the benefit of cocotte lovers since 1998. This collaboration has taken form with new products and new recipes. Staub developed a Paul Bocuse cocotte with an exclusive design, and a series of gourmet recipes were created by the Paul Bocuse Institute. “If I had just one secret, it would be that of a well-designed product.” Paul Bocuse, worldwide prestigious chef and ambassador of French cuisine, was elected Chef of the Century in New York by the prestigious Culinary Institute of America (CIA).

Staub is a French company created in 1974 by Francis Staub in Alsace, the eastern region with an outstanding history of craftsmanship and culinary tradition. The stork in the Staub logo is the symbol of Alsace as well as a sign of the company’s heritage, identity and character. All of the cast-iron cookware is made in France but Staub is the brand of choice among many of the world’s most famous chefs, including Paul Bocuse. Staub products high quality is proven every day worldwide, in the kitchens and on the tables of the best restaurants and households. In June 2008, Staub became a member of the ZWILLING Group, specialized in top-quality knives and kitchen utensils.

Additional Information

Additional Information

Brand Staub
Country of Manufacture France
Series Staub Specialties
Enamel Two coats
Induction Yes