Domino Hobs


HCG302SS Domino two burner gas hob

The HCG302SS is a simple, smart and stylish domino two burner gas hob. Features READ MORE...include: front control, enamel pan support and flame failure.... READ LESS...


HCC310SS Domino griddle hob

The HCC310SS is a domino ceramic griddle. Perfect to cook steaks, griddle vegeta READ MORE...bles, chicken and fish, this domino griddle offers the capability to cook directly on the glass. With 12 power levels and shatterproof glass it is certainly built for the job; and with an easy clean surface, the maintenance is taken care of too.... READ LESS...


HN3621FR Domino two zone induction hob

The HN3621FR induction hob has a two zone domino layout which allows it to be in READ MORE...stalled alongside other models from our domino range. Combining domino hobs from either induction, gas, or electric means that you can create a personalised combination to suit your preferred cooking style.... READ LESS...


HC3621FR Domino two zone ceramic hob

The HC3621FR is a two zone ceramic domino hob. It comes in a stylish, frameless READ glass design and features an LED display with touch controls for each cooking zone. A built-in timer allows to you set cooking times and our auto safety switch off feature is programmed in, to prevent the hob being left on. Nine power levels on each cooking zone allow quick adjustment of pans to boil, simmer, melt or even keep food warm. ... READ LESS...


Domino Hobs

Domino hobs are perfect for small spaces or combining cooking styles. Available in gas, solid electric plate, ceramic, induction or even as a ceramic griddle they are perfect for installing alongside one another to create a cooking zone that is exactly what you want.

The electric, solid plate domino hob is solid in construction and designed with front control knobs and a residual heat indicator for practicality and safety. It is easily controllable and perfect for kitchens where space is at a premium. Some customers love this traditional style, and who are we to argue?

There are 2 domino models in the gas range. The first is a single wok burner with a built-in support to hold this style of cookware safely. The single, front control knob is easy to use and features automatic ignition and a flame failure device for safety. This is ideal for kitchens with all glass, electric hob tops as it provides an extra, dramatic cooking station for Asian style cooking. The other option in this fuel type is a 2 zone gas on glass domino hob with 2 cast iron pan supports and 2 front control knobs. This is stylish gas cooking at its best, in just a 30cm wide space.

a picture of a domino hob

There are domino options in ceramic and induction too with a dual zone ceramic option that features front touch control. The induction model also has 2 cooking zones and front touch control offering accurate and responsive cooking in a compact size. This would be an ideal option for professional studio flat living in the city or adding in an additional cooking style into an existing kitchen. Click here to read more on eddy currents, explanations on how induction cooking works and to read our ‘why buy’ guide.

The most original of designs in the range is the 30cm wide ceramic griddle hob. This is a domino in size and design but features a front controlled, ridged ceramic griddle plate. This allows you to create griddled steaks, fish and vegetable kebabs in your kitchen, BBQ indoors, toast buns and bagels and really extend your cooking style.

Domino hobs are designed to be installed easily, in smaller spaces, on island units and especially to be combined with one another. This allows you to create an entirely bespoke cooking area with gas, wok, induction, electric solid plate and ceramic cooking to suit you.

We also do a domino joining strip that allows you to seamlessly combine the domino hobs, in your ideal configuration, into a bespoke hob top cooking unit. The AHJ30 joining strip compliments the rest of the range with a brushed steel finish and ideal width to suit the styling. You could even join a domino onto the end of your existing CDA hob, making your cooking space large and far more comprehensive.

For more information on any of the cooking styles we have mentioned, visit our buying guide to compare gas and electric hobs, explore cooking styles and read our top tips on cleaning and maintenance.