It can be very confusing to choose the right portable grill for your grilling needs, with so many different types available these days it is important you get the right information before deciding to buy.
By looking at some of the major manufactures of portable grills you can be assured that you will get a high quality grill, these manufactures have been established for a long period of time and know a thing or two about producing good quality portable grills.
One of the first things you need to consider when choosing a portable grill is the fuel source which can vary from a charcoal grill, propane, or wood, if you are looking for one that is quick and very easy to use then the propane type is probably your best choice.
With the propane portable grill there is no need to light briquettes or pieces of wood to get the grill going, you just simply connect the gas canister and light the grill. The only downside to these type of grills is that you will not get that smokey taste you get from using a charcoal grill, this is one of the reasons that people prefer the charcoal when doing there outdoor cooking.
The best size of the portable grill should be another consideration before purchase, if you intend on transporting it to different locations then try to find one that is small in size but big enough to bbq all the food you require, this will be determined on how many guests you intend on providing for.
If you are looking for a bbq grill to be situated in your backyard then you could consider one of the bigger more accomadating type of charcoal portable grills, there are plenty of options for this type and some careful research online should be done before you make your decision on which one would be best for you.
The cost of a bbq portable grill can vary considerably from as little as $40 for one of the more basic models right up to and over $1000 for a top of the range, your budget will certainly have to be a consideration and will dictate as to which grill you can get.
Do not make the mistake of thinking the more you pay for charcoal grills the better it will cook your food, this is not the case as the preparing of your food is down mainly to you and how you prepare for that outdoor cooking experience.
The higher the cost of a portable grill usually means it comes with a few more extras to help you with your grilling, you will probably find that they are mostly made from stainless steel.
Personally I have always used the middle price ranged grills and found that they are perfectly adequate for producing great outdoor cooked meals for you and your family.