When it comes to kitchen appliances and kitchen essentials, Chef’s Complements is the kitchenware store of choice for chefs of all experience levels. Our bright red-and-black Taupo kitchen shop in Gascoigne Street caters to everyone from executive chefs and sous chefs to family cooks and barbeque experts across New Zealand. You can buy kitchen appliances, NZ kitchen essentials and must-have pantry items to help you with the preparation and presentation of your meals.
AdHoc PEPE Chilli Cutter Black
For perfect cutting of chillies and chilli seeds and more.
Avanti Garlic Press (2 Colours)
The Avanti Garlic Press takes the effort and time out of preparing garlic as there is no need to peel the garlic and it takes less effort to press it.
Avanti Porcelain Garlic/Ginger Grater
The Avanti Porcelain Ginger Grater is made from quality porcelain, so it's more kind to your ginger and garlic and enhances the flavour.
Chef’n Garlic Zoom™ Garlic Chopper
Simply open the top hatch & place the garlic in, snap shut and roll.
Chef’n Zipstrip™ Herb Stripper
Strip and collect woody, stemmed herbs easily with the handy little Zipstrip™
Cole & Mason Ceramic Grater Plate
Features a handle and spout for an easy pour
Cole & Mason Fresh Cut Herb Keeper
The Cole & Mason Fresh Cut Herb Keeper will keep your cut herbs last up to 10 days longer so you can enjoy fresh herbs for longer in everyday cooking.
Cole & Mason Self Watering Herb Keeper
The Cole & Mason Self-Watering Single Potted Herb Keeper is an attractive and highly functional tool for giving longer life to your fresh herbs.
Cole & Mason Self Watering Herb Keeper Triple
The Cole & Mason Self-Watering Triple Potted Herb Keeper is an attractive and highly functional tool for giving longer life to your fresh herbs.
Cuisena Herb Scissors
The most efficient way to chop herbs. Use these 3 micro-serrated, bladed herb scissors to cut and chop herbs directly over your plate for garnishing.
Garlic Press Deluxe
Reliable & economical garlic press from d.line.
Joseph Joseph Rocker™ Garlic Rocker
Crush garlic by pushing and rocking back and forth over cloves.