Ex-Display Lacanche Classic Vezelay Ardoise/Nickel

Ex-Display Lacanche Classic Vezelay Ardoise/Nickel

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Size: 2205 mm
Cooking Zones: 5
Number of Induction Zones: 2

**This particular cooker offers a 10% discount, as it is currently in our showroom and available to view.

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This particular cooker offers a 10% discount, as it is currently in our showroom and available to view.

The largest of the Lacanche range remains a well-proportioned, elegant cooker. It comes with two large main ovens, one of which is gas and the other dual fuel with a grill. In addition to the main ovens, there is one 79-litre simmer oven which offers the flexibility to plate warm, hold food, and even slow cook. The other is a secondary dual fuel.

The hob top is a traditional hob, with 5 burners including a simmer plate. The additions on the hob include an electric chargrill, 2 induction zones, and a gas griddle. There are also two storage drawers included.

The Vezelay is a discreet giant capable of immense output, with clean lines and symmetrical design contributing to its appeal.


Size 2205 mm
Cooking zones 5
Number of induction zones 2
Oven Configuration
Simmer Oven
79 L
Gas Oven
70 L
Convention Oven
67 L
Convention Oven
65 L
Storage Drawers
Hob Configuration

Traditional Hob
5 Burners
Cast Iron Simmer Plate 
Over 5 kW Burner
1 x 4kW - 2 x 3kW - 1 x 1.5kW
Induction Rings
2 (1 x 1.85/2.5kW - 1 x 1.4/1.8kW)
Electric Griddle (Plancha) (mm)
245 x 460 (2.2kW)
Gas Grill
4kW Gas Burner (260mm x 460mm)

A foundry was established in the village of Lacanche, deep in the Burgundian countryside in France, over 200 years ago, and range cookers have been manufactured there by hand ever since, both for the commercial and domestic markets.

Apart from their extraordinary heritage, what makes Lacanche range cookers so different from other range cookers on the market today, is that they are still made to exacting standards by hand to order.


These exceptional cookers are currently available for delivery in July 2024 for models 1 meter and under, and November 2024 for models over 1 meter. Please note these are estimated times and may vary.