Thank you for your review of Royal Prestige Cookware, we are so happy that you have enjoyed your cookware for 40 years and now have a new set that will serve you just as well. Please advise your family not to throw away pieces, they can always be cleaned and the shine returned! Enjoy your new Royal Prestige cookware,
The Customer Care Team
Original review: July 25, 2016
We've had Royal Prestige Cookware for 40 years now. Back when we bought our original set, it was sold at State Fairs and home parties. I was in a sorority and at the dinner presentation of one of the girls, I signed up for the next one at my house. We liked it so much and the presentation went so well, and they threw in so many extra dishes that we bought a set then. But that was a long time ago. I've raised five kids plus some grandkids, and everybody has used the cookware so it went through a lot of abuse and wear and tear. And if the boys burned out a lid, he just put it in the trash. Didn't think that it could possibly ever be cleaned again. Things just disappeared like the little frying pans. I also lost some lid handles that eventually came off. When I start missing things like that, I start replacing them and because we liked the first set that we had, we decided to purchase new ones a few months ago.
We went to a show and told them and they mailed us some more. The salesperson was fantastic. They knew we were in the market when we went but they weren't pushy and they were very nice. It was a home and garden show and we wanted to go on and do other things and they knew that, so the paperwork got done very quickly. They assured us the shipping dates and the package arrived right on time. Everything was packed so wonderfully that I checked everything and no damage. It all turned out very well.
I like being able to cook in Royal Prestige Cookware, it's healthier - low moisture, cook low, very little oil. I can't cook chicken any better and simpler than I can with these pans. The trick is I prep it, fry it, turn it over, brown it and then I just stick it in the oven and let it finish and it tastes tender. Being able to transfer from the top of the stove into the oven is a really good idea. It has worked for me and I like the effect. I've used that in the past when I had all of my kids, home.
I'm amazed that the bottoms of my pots and pans, the ones I have left from the original set are still in pretty good shape. But they have been burned and they have been used harsh. They look pitiful but they still work. To clean them I put water in them and set them in the sink. When I first got the set, I used the chrome polish to finish and they always looked shiny and new, and then I got over that, so they're au naturel now.
The Customer Care Team
Original review: July 10, 2016
I was looking for pots and pans and found a large set Royal Prestige at The Fenton Expo. After the salesperson shared with us some things about it, we said we can't afford huge kits but we could buy a couple of other items. And the salesman made us a deal that we couldn't pass up. The big thing that stood out to me was how it heated up the sides and the bottom and how all equally cooks which saves us time. I've seen how it works and how easy it cleans up. I wish I could afford more though. I was really surprised on how well it worked. It was also explained and shown to us what's behind the items and the need to invest in something that will last more than a couple years and still continue buying it. So the cost, how long it lasts, and the guarantee that it would last made us choose Royal Prestige.
The things that I find myself cooking most in it is raw vegetables and how quick it is to steam it, just by not having to put a lot of heat into it. I can cook in medium heat. As soon as it brings it to the temperature, I turn it off and it'd finish cooking. And when it's done, it's not overcooked. Their items were of high quality and the best thing I've ever seen. I've been really impressed with the product. I have referred others to Royal Prestige and usually the prices is what holds them back, but if they got an experience of cooking with it, it wouldn't be as much of an issue.
I went to the State Fair and I was tired so I sat down at Royal Prestige's booth. I tasted the food that they had prepared with the pans and it was really good. I was looking for an alternative way to cook without using oil, so Royal Prestige was just right. We got an electric skillet that sits from the countertop so there's an extra burner we can use. We like to cook our chicken in there a lot. It's really nice to just put whatever meat we want to serve in there because we don't have to worry about it sticking. The quality is really good. The fact that they are dishwasher-safe is really nice, too. I would recommend this to people but I would also tell them that it's a big commitment because they are pretty expensive.
We've gone through so much cookware since we've been married and wanted something that would last. The quality of the Royal Prestige Cookware has been great. They're very durable. It's easy to cook everything in there together but still doesn't mix the flavors. It cooks so fast, too. The electric skillet's my favorite thing out of everything, so far. When we were at the State Fair, we got a couple of their new magnetic pot holders as well.
I was a t a Women's Expo when I encountered a Royal Presitge salesman. He offered us a free teo-days call, so we had him come over, and he was pretty convincing. Our existing pans were also in very much need of a replacement, and we wanted something that would last for 50 years. So, we got the Royal Prestige because they're quality items. We've had them for six months and we're using it. My husband is the cook in the family and his favorite thing about it is the speed with which it cooks the food. However, we have one issue with one of the vents as it melted on one of the lids. Other than that, it's pretty good.
How do I know I can trust these reviews about Royal Prestige Cookware?
- 609,317 reviews on ConsumerAffairs are verified.
- We require contact information to ensure our reviewers are real.
- We use intelligent software that helps us maintain the integrity of reviews.
- Our moderators read all reviews to verify quality and helpfulness.
For more information about reviews on ConsumerAffairs.com please visit our FAQ.
We went to a festival and there was a person from Royal Prestige who showed all the dishes. My mother-in-law has had the dishes before and that made us stop to check them out further. We like the 50-year warranty - the idea of not having to buy dishes for a long time, in case anything happens to them. We could just get it replaced. My items are good and I like the ease of cleaning them. Sometimes food sticks to them when cooking and we have to scrape it off, but that’s the only problem we’ve had with them.
I’m very pleased with Royal Prestige's service and with the quality of their product. The price is a bit excessive, but once I get past the cost of the cookware, cooking with it has been a real pleasure. I came across Royal Prestige when I sat through a demonstration of their product in a festival in West Monroe, Louisiana. With the way it was demonstrated, I like that it took little water or oil to cook food and it seemed a healthier way to cook since I don’t have to pour out the liquid and all the nutrients. Also, I can tell that the cookware is excellent in that it's a heavy type of cookware that withstands and distributes heat. One of the kits that I bought from them didn't have a piece that I was supposed to get, and the customer service took care of the issue. Dealing with them was very easy and pleasant.
My wife and I are both getting older and we decided we want to buy a set of pots and pans that would last for the rest of our lives, that’s why we picked Royal Prestige. It seemed like a good quality product and it's real easy to cook with. I like that it cooks evenly and we can clean it easily. It’s doing everything we want it to do and lives right up to our expectations.
I have had my pans for 20 years and they are still great. I appreciate that I can come in and get new spouts and handles whenever necessary. Royal Prestige has always been willing to replace these free of charge. I appreciate the great customer service.
I have used Royal Prestige Waterless Cookware for over 30 years. When my husband and I purchased it, we got the basic set with stoneware and silverware. We paid around $800 dollars. We thought that was a lot but it was well worth it. They have replaced handles, whistles, and broken or chipped stoneware all free of charge. We still use it and it looks like new. I have even added other pieces to it over the years. People who have trouble with it are not using it correctly.
We watched Royal Prestige's demonstration and thought it was a good product. I liked the warranty that it had, and it was one of the main reasons that we chose it. The person we purchased it from also allowed us to make payments, so everything really fits well for us. The cookware is really nice and of very good quality. I like how it disperses the heat evenly across the pan when I cook. We've looked online to see Royal Prestige's other products and I'm interested in them as well.
I was talked into buying a set without being disclosed the price on the first visit. On the 2nd visit, they told me the price and had me sign papers not knowing it was a credit application. The application was filled out by the vendor and even made up references or used their own references. At no point did they disclose my credit would be checked. I am sending the set back and wish to have my money refunded to me. I feel they took advantage since I am elderly and do not know English or know how to read. I just signed my name. My daughter Angelica, is writing this for me. Once I explained to her this happened, she contacted the number on the card provided and told to not harass me about buying it, and yet me and her and have continued to receive calls. How dare they use their own references and fill out my application. I have a copy if needed. I want the payment I gave back. I gave $150.00.
I have family members that have Royal Prestige cookware and I really enjoy it. I have not owned my personal set very long, but I’ve lived with someone who owned it for like three years. The materials are of higher quality and they use a heavy weight like aluminum. The bindings are good and the handles stay on. I have the skillet and I like how easy and simple it is to use. It is not non-stick, but it cleans easily.
The handles in my last cookware set were starting to fall off, so I gave them to my daughter. A rep was cooking with Royal Prestige at a fair and it looked like it was better quality than the ones I had, but the things I had were really good quality. It turns out that it’s the same company. I like that I can keep them looking nice and they wear for a long time, and they have a lifetime warranty like my last cookware set. I’ve used the pans for a while but I like my first set better than I do with these. I probably need to look at the DVD and use the cookware differently than I did my first set. I use the cleaner on them but I can’t get the inside of my frying pan get all nice and shiny again because everything I cook in it sticks. I’m trying to use it as water cooking, but I’m still having a difficult time with things getting to where they stick and burn.
I liked Royal Prestige and I've had their cookware for about five months now. Though I have only used it a couple of times, their quality has been fine. I’d recommend them.
We went to one of Royal Prestige's demonstrations and really liked what they had to offer. There were also testimonials from other people saying that they still have their cookware after 15 years. We bought our original set of cookware in 2002. We got a large stock pot, a two-quart saucepan,and the quality is fantastic. I like that it’s easy to clean, and that it holds up really well. I needed to replace one steam valve, and since one of their centers is close by, I went in and they said they’ll send me another steam valve. It wasn't a big deal to them. They're very accommodating.
We saw Royal Prestige being demonstrated at a home show here in East Lansing. We talked to the demo guy about it and bought it. I used to have Faberware for 30 years and they were discontinued. I've been hunting for something that would take its place for two years and I finally found one that looked like it, sounded like it on the internet, and so we bought it. So I've been using Royal at home since. The only thing about it is it was very overpriced, but I'm very happy with it.
Royal Prestige looked like something that we could use at the house so we bought it. We've had it for four months now and we've only used it a couple of times. It's pretty easy to take apart and store. It also has a great quality, it just didn’t do what the guy did at the trade show. He had used some chicken and he showed how easy it was to clean and this one was a little bit tougher.
I heard about Royal Prestige Cookware at the fair. I like the presentation of their product. I wanted dishes that would last and that I wouldn't have to keep buying for more. Their product is awesome and it's easy to clean. I don't need to scrape anything. Most of their items are non-stick and are really solid. Overall, it was a great experience.
I really like the Royal Prestige products my sister had so I purchased from them too. I got their electric skillet which I love, some knives and the grater. I've owned them for 3 months now and their quality is great. It was a really good experience.
I'm very pleased with the Royal Prestige pots and pans I bought though I haven't had the opportunity to use them all. It's a wonderful product with waterless kind of cooking feature and I noticed that the lids don't seal like how it does in my Cutco products. When I'm cooking using Cutco and put it off of the side, on a burner that's not on, the pots would seal to the point where I can't even pull the lid off of it. I have to heat it a little bit in order for the steam to get built up in there and the lid could be removed. And that's not the same with Royal Prestige. I think that Royal Prestige has an outstanding product. I was just a little concerned about the fact that when salt is being added, it discolored the bottom of one of the pans. And I probably like Cutco a little better.
I was interested in Royal Prestige's slicer-dicer used to chop vegetables so I got it and the rest of the cookware which I also liked. I bought the whole set the first time and we’ve also bought some starter sets here and there because I’ve been buying a set a year since we bought the original set. I like that their cookware is easy to clean.
Royal Prestige's job was to sell their product, which they did. They've done their part. Teaching how to use the product is the next step and part of that requires the student to get in class. So, I have a responsibility on that part. I was so intrigued with the idea of more healthy, efficient and easy to clean after cooking and I haven't learned to properly cook with Royal Prestige yet. I still have hope that I can do that. As a matter of fact, I brought the DVD from Royal Prestige, with me at work but just got no time to watch it. But I have no reason to think that it's going to be anything but wonderful.
I hadn’t done a whole lot of research but I liked Royal Prestige's presentation and the performance of the pans. I love the steamed vegetable type of cooking - very little water, more steaming and hopefully more nutrition. The cookware lets me know when the vegetables are done a little bit and so far, the cookware's quality is good.
We watched the demonstration of Royal Prestige and we liked how they cook the food. We bought the cookware and we've had it for five months now. I like my electric pan. I put a roast in there and I seared it. I didn't add any spices or any kind of broth. I just let the meat cook itself and it had a really good flavor of the meat with the seasoning.They are very good pans and makes good food.
I’m pretty satisfied with my purchase from Royal Prestige. It was about quality over just spending money every year on pots and pans. At the Tulsa Home and Garden show, I saw how they perform, the guarantees and the people who were satisfied with their purchases from previous years returning so I felt it was a pretty decent investment. I purchased it last April and I like the time it takes to finish. I'm pretty happy with it however I would like it if there were more availability of recipes. Well, I got the little DVD and it only gave five recipes. I would like to see different recipes on either the website or availability to be able to cook different things. But overall, those pots and pans are able to do so many different things.
Royal Prestige was pretty convincing on how well the products work and they looked interesting to me. They're very easy to clean and the quality seem pretty good. However, it’s a little tricky to get used to learning how to actually cook with it.
What caught my attention is that I don't have to use oil. Since my husband has high cholesterol, I thought it was perfect. When we used Royal Prestige, it almost burned. We tried to clean it, but did not have a good luck at all with it. There's like a trick to it which I must have missed during the home show presentation. My mother-in-law says that you're supposed to preheat your dish before putting any food in there, but we didn't do that as we put out food in like it is normally done with a regular pan. She took the dirt out by using vinegar. We also used something where you can plug it into the wall, and we used another one, but both of them have messed up. The cleaning process makes it complicated, so they need to be more informative.
I was in need of a good set of cookware. My other set was still good but getting old and I wanted to try some new ones. The main item from Royal Prestige that caught my eye was the salad shredder that had the different types of inserts that you could make different kinds of things to go with it. The sauté pan seems to burn a little quicker than we like if we have the temperature a little too high, but we've adapted to it all right. Royal Prestige products that I bought were of good quality.
Royal Prestige was selling a great big pot. I like the product and so I bought one. I've had it for six months now and I like that it's a heavy stainless steel. The quality is great as well.
Royal Prestige Cookware Company Profile
- Company Name:
- Royal Prestige Cookware
- 333 Holtzman Rd
- Postal Code:
- United States