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$12.89+FS ... ZYLISS Classic Rotary Cheese Grater - NSF Restaurant Certified

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[] $12.89+FS ... ZYLISS Classic Rotary Cheese Grater - NSF Restaurant Certified

Well reviewed cheese grater! For all the new home cooks out there.


  • NSF Restaurant Certified rotary cheese grater meeting strict standards for public health protection
  • Fine drum for grating hard cheeses, chocolate, nuts and more
  • Drum and handle separate for easy cleaning
  • Handle switches sides for left or right handed use
  • 5 Year Zyliss Guarantee - Dishwasher Safe
Last edited by farkaland on May 8th, 2020 10:22 am, edited 2 times in total.
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Jr. Member
Nov 19, 2018
142 posts
plastic junk.

only decent item from zyliss is their ice cream scoop
Jan 10, 2017
296 posts
Get a micro plane or standard grater, your wallet and cupboard space will thank you.
May 19, 2017
389 posts
SomeGuyGG wrote: 1.5 stars / 5 after removing fake reviews. ... 7cf18967c9
Manatus wrote: Problem is that the $12.89 price is some random third party seller; Amazon's price is $30.49. That difference and the bad reviews make me question whether that seller's items are legit.
Not to comment on this particular item but I notice that fakespot is not very reliable itself. If you choose a highly popular item like say, 500GB 860 EVO you get an adjusted score of 2 stars. It seems to have some trouble with such items. Also SD cards, even when they are 100% confirmed legit from Amazon/Lexar/Samsung/Micron themselves.
Aug 8, 2013
51 posts
I got this after seeing James May rave about his original Moule grater that was made in France like 60 Years ago. (See his 70's FoodTribe vid on ultimate cheese sandwich)
I got this plastic one and I've gotta say, unless you're using it for parmesan or other very hard cheeses and use it often, it's not worth it.

I like that you can be ambidextrous with it, but it's a royal bitch to clean if you use something semi soft like cheddar. Mozzarella? I made that mistake initially and was picking at it with a toothpick for a couple days.

But hey, if you're doing keto and parmesan crust a lot of things, it could be worth it. It's certainly more fun to use than a standard grater and for that reason I keep it as it sparks joy.

Try to find an original Moule made in France or USA I guess. I'd trade up if I could find one in decent shape on eBay.
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Feb 2, 2006
565 posts
I purchased this grater for $22 about 2 years ago and I've been using it to grate parmesan from the bricks I buy at Costco.

I've had no issues whatsoever and would buy it again.
Apr 6, 2009
79 posts
ontario canada
I've had a zyliss grater like this for years and surprisingly is is so strong being that it's plastic. If any of you know, zyliss is a quality brand. I've never had a zyliss product that was junk. I used my grater to gring walnuts for making cakes, it's the only way to grind walnuts and get a great result.