A charming and very useful addition to your kitchen or dining room this great value corded table-top side server is perfect for family meals or dinner parties. Enjoy perfectly heated meals every time with this modern dining tool that features a lower heated compartment with toughened glass drop-down door
This silver side server is made from stainless steel and comes with three glass dishes.
Lower heated compartment with toughened glass drop-down door
HostessCorded table-top side server - HO392SVThis silver side server is made from stainless steel and comes with three glass dishes.Now
Rated 5 out of 5Â by 3
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Kcairn1 Hostess tray with glass dishes
I have had a hot tray for many years. I have bought this model as it occupies the same space but is more versatile. I can cook the dinner, put it in the hostess to keep hot while I wash all the pans then can serve up and enjoy a wine, with very little clearing up!
Rated 5 out of 5Â by triker great purchae
this is a wonderfully useful product it does exactly what it says on the tin if not better.
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Lucyjo Excellent purchase
This was just what I was looking for, to keep the food warm on Christmas day. Very smart and I especially like the fact the dishes are pyrex. Plenty of room for the plates in the warming drawer.
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