Cutlery & Kitchen Knives

Professional chefs and great home cooks will quickly tell you that you must have the right tools for the job. That doesn't mean you have to mortgage your house to get the cutlery you need. Whether you're just starting out or currently work in a restaurant, you'll find affordable kitchen knives of every type at Knife Depot. Save on the most commonly used kitchen knives, including the chef's knife, paring knife and boning knife as well as other necessities. Every good cook needs a knife roll, knife sharpener and - the pro's choice - bamboo cutting board. You'll be pleasantly surprised at our competitive prices on kitchen knives and other cutlery. Now you can buy more for less.

Cutlery & Kitchen Knives
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Never realized how much I would like this knife. I seem to be using it all the time now.

I have been using this knife for years, for the money it gets the job done. You have to clean and oil the knife before you put it up or it will rust. Love Old Hickory knives.

I bought this knife to replace a boning knife that I'd had for 45 years. This is a well made knife the handle is comfortable and I love the curve of the blade. So far it's held a decent edge. The only thing I have to get used to is it's lightness and flexibility of the blade. it does the job.

Best knife I own! I'm going to get another. It just feels right in your hand.

I give this knife 3 stars. Its okay and has potential. But when I got the knife. I was pretty disappointed. The blade was not sharp what so ever. The handle is kinda uncomfortable. It just needs some more touches at home to make it a good knife.

The knife works well but I was disappointed because I thought I was buying a set of four knives. I looked at the info quickly and miss read it.

By Richard Brehler B.

Old school carbon steel - fourth one I've owned in my 65 years (they start to look like filet knives after a dozen years of whetstone sharpening) - and still the best all-around knife in my kitchen. Simply can't find them at any fancy kitchen store or even commercial kitchen dealers. Takes a fine edge with ceramic sharpeners: can slice tomatoes like a Ginsu. Watch your fingers. And keep them out of the dishwasher!

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