Founded in 1959, Royal Prestige averages over 250,000 new customers each year and has become synonymous with helping families retain the maximum nutrition and flavor in the meals they prepare. Our wide variety of products and exceptional customer service brings quality and reliability into kitchens worldwide.
Royal Prestige makes it possible to shop for your perfect kitchen necessities in the comfort of your own home, each Royal Prestige sales representative is knowledgeable and equipped to answer any question our customers may have.
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We’ve had Royal Prestige for a long time. I have various pieces of cookware and they have excellent quality. The products are also very well-designed and the company stands behind them. So, what more could I ask for. The company that I purchased from is in Missouri, and I’m in Kentucky, so normally, I deal with them over the phone or via email. They’re always very, very helpful. I have a online account that’s registered with the company, and they send information when they ship stuff to me and whatnot. They’re very thorough and very professional.
Royal Prestige provides cookware that is completely unheard of! The time I spend in the kitchen has been cut in half because the pots and pans are so efficient! The quality of my food is so much better with the stainless steel cookware, no more peeling and discoloration! My salesman’s name was Ysidro ** and he was the easiest person to work with! Very transparent with price and knowledgeable with instructions and also provided us with a book on how to use the pots including some recipes as well!
Also, Ysidro not only called to check in after I received my set to make sure everything was going well and to see if I had any questions, he also came to my house and demonstrated how to use the cookware by cooking my family dinner! Before he left he made sure we knew how to maintain the pots and pans with a special wash. By far the best experience I’ve had buying any product and most importantly it has allowed me to start enjoying the time I spend in the kitchen for my family!
We were at the fair that Royal Prestige comes around every year and they had a really good presentation and a decent sale going on at that time. I liked how the cookware was explained and how you could test the food. I was thinking that if I was gonna buy cookware and spend money, I might as well make sure it's gonna be worth it. It cooks betters and the food tastes more natural. The flavor and the taste of the food are also different. The cookware has a very sleek design and different finish. It is very modernized. My wife uses it more and I told her not to be so aggressive with it. There are a few scratches and I told her that it isn’t like her regular everyday one and that she has to take care of it if she wants it to last longer, so she is being a bit more cautious and careful about it now.
The only bad thing was the time for actual shipping because by the time we got the cookware, it was about a month and a half later and the only discrepancy with that is you only have 30 days from the signing day to have any issues. It was not good because if you don’t receive it until 30 days after, you are in a bind. But it worked out well for us.
My husband and I were down at Hershey for an RV show and within the last hour that we were getting ready to return home, there was a cooking show going on. I’m a retired health teacher and I like what I was hearing about the product so I sat down, listened to what the couple who was giving the show have to say and watched their demonstration of the cookware.
Royal Prestige is a health-conscious cookware that was efficient in the preparation of the food and I like those concepts. I enjoyed cooking in the Dutch oven where I could pile all the potatoes and all the different vegetables in with 4 ounces of water and got everything done quick and easy. The food was delicious, too. I also enjoyed making omelettes in the frying pan that was 4 inches high. I could do more than just fry. I could cook in bulk and I also made chicken in that quick and easy. It’s a different concept, but I liked the first two pieces I used.
One other thing that drew me was the slicer where I could put the vegetable in, run the handle around and it slices. The vegetable then ends to the bowl. I’m surprised I’m not using that more often. There was also a lid on the bowl. I made my first bulk salad where I cut a bulk of vegetables and toss them in the bowl where the vegetables go into from that unit where I slice them. All these fresh vegetables in the salad have been sitting in the refrigerator and they were still fresh in the bowl and it has been four days. That was impressive. I served the vegetables to another health-conscious friend that teaches at the University of Boston that was visiting us and he thought the food was delicious.
I’m still learning how to use the equipment but I like what I’m learning so far. I’m protective of it. I don’t wanna let my daughter or even my husband use it unless they read the instructions. I don’t want to do anything to ruin it. I like the whistle concept on the lids and how fast and how good the food is when it’s done. The Royal Prestige cookware is heavy and bulky. However, I haven’t totally let go of my other pots and pans yet, so I’m finding a place to store the new cookware. It would also be good to sit down and watch another class but I have the CDs and I just haven’t taken the time yet to look at them and go to town. Royal Prestige has done a nice job with the product. I’m thankful that they made it.
I’ve been wanting new pans for quite awhile and I looked at the ones from Royal Prestige for about three years in a row before I finally decided to do purchase from them. I have the cookware since the Kansas State Fair last year and I’ve used them a lot. They clean up really easy, which is my favorite part, and I love being able to use the heated skillet as a slow cooker. I love doing pot roast so I can turn it up and stew it, then put everything else in, put the lid on, and have a pot roast going without running the whole oven and heating the house up.
But Royal Prestige should include a little more of the polisher when you buy a kit. They only sent me one bottle of the polishing stuff. They should also send a few more of the magnets for putting the pots on when they’re hot. If you accidentally put the O rings in the bottom of the cookware upside down, they’re not heat-resistant. So, I worked a little table of O ring things to keep them from sliding around because I accidentally stuck one on the wrong side of the pan. So, that would be one thing I would change in product design. If they use rubber on the bottom that is heat-resistant, that will block it. Other than that, I like my Royal Prestige cookware.
I like cooking for friends, for family, and I really wanted good cookware, and so, last August during a state fair, I got Royal Prestige Cookware. They’re very easy to clean up, which I really enjoy. I had looked at All-Clad before, and I had a couple of pans that had the handle where it connected on the inside, and food would collect there. And All-Clad has the little connector on the inside of the pan. I like Royal Prestige because it doesn’t have that. The pan is smooth on the inside and there’s nowhere to collect anything. Plus, I like the lids because of the whistle, and then I'll put the little thing down. And they steam everything really perfectly. I’ve had gone through many different kinds of cookware over the years. I’ve been married 49 years, and I would say this is absolutely the best.
The other day, I thanked my husband for agreeing to get this. He is a carpenter, and he has all kinds of tools in his shop. And I said to him the cookware is like my tools. Somebody that knows anything about tools, the better tools you have, the better quality of things are gonna turn out. So, I kinda look at that with my food. If anybody could afford to get it -- because they’re not cheap, they'll not be sorry for what they paid. I also adore that knife which I got as a gift, and I’m possibly gonna purchase that set of knives next year.
Royal Prestige was doing a demonstration at the Oklahoma State Fair. I liked the big freestanding oil base skillet, the ease of use, and it looked like it would help save time. They did a demonstration where they cooked a chicken breast in 12 minutes which was pretty good. There was also a couple in the audience and the woman said that she had been cooking with Royal Prestige for upwards of 20 years. Pictures were shown and they looked as good now as they did when she first bought them. That was pretty good to see - some true to life wear and tear, or lack thereof.
We had our set of cheap pots and pans that we were making do with. They became scratched really easily, they would start to warp after time, and they were just not very durable. And so, we looked at our Royal Prestige as an investment. I'm not gonna stop cooking any time soon and the cookware is something that's gonna last a long time.
We bought a full set and it wasn't the largest set but somewhere in the middle. We did the payment plan where we pay it off in monthly installments. We've had the product for six months now and the quality is great. They last, they look great, and they're easy to clean even if you get something that you may have left in there a little bit longer than you anticipated. The cleaning and cooking instructions that came with the cookware were easy to follow too. The freestanding skillet is my favorite in the cookware and that comes in handy quite a bit. Overall, I am very pleased.
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My wife purchased a set with the water filter. In the end, she spent about ** and she still owes about another ** or so. I got mad at her. Who in their right mind would spend that kind of money. They say that the food don't stick to the pans. That's BS. Go to a dollar tree or Dollar general. They have better pans that don't cost as much as rent. We don't even have 3 months with them and the food sticks to them. If you try to return them, they would not take them back. They would blow your phone up and if you paid through card. Close your account. They would over draft you. They will charge you with out your permission.
I could cook waterless with Royal Prestige cookware and I could have pans that would last for life. I wouldn’t have to keep re-buying them all the time. They had a great sales guy too. A long time ago, I bought a big set from them. Recently, I bought a little 8-inch fry pan to go with it. I also bought the good chopper thing that you can use to grate and everything. But that doesn’t work quite as well as I thought it would work. Also, no matter what you do, eggs always stick. Royal Prestige is a little expensive too. Some other companies make similar products now that are cheaper. Other than that, the quality of Royal Prestige products is good.
I have a friend who sells Royal Prestige cookware. My wife likes the high-end quality kitchenwares. That was the first thing that got us interested with Royal Prestige. After the demonstration that we saw, we felt like everything they were trying to sell us was gonna be a good fit for us. We liked the idea of having one set for a long time and the warranty behind it. We were also intrigued by some of the technology that they were sharing with us.
We got our cookware in March and it was pretty expensive for the whole set. But I like knowing that we have a quality product. Royal Prestige feels like a quality product in your hands when you’re using it. It shows too after you’ve used it and you cleaned it up properly. There is a peace of mind type of thing. I have had a couple of issues with vegetables but there is probably just some practice that we need. Otherwise, the cookware is fairly easy to clean. We put some water in it and heat it up again while we use some of the cleaning material that was given to us when we bought the cookware. We have a water softener but if we don’t use that cleaning material, the bottom of the pans will become yellow and blue. There’s kinda like white scaling on them so we would have to go over it a couple of times with a paper towel.
Ted ** was extremely helpful and very polite. He replaced our broken handle on a pot purchased some 30 years ago. We love our Royal Prestige cookware especially the lifetime warranty. Would recommend Ted and Royal Prestige any time to anyone.
I was at a home improvement show and I saw Royal Prestige. My first question to their rep was that I wanted something to cook pancakes with. We started talking and he was very nice, then he came to our house. I bought the griddle, and it doesn't work like I thought it would. It's stainless steel, but I'm looking for old-fashioned aluminum that's sturdy for high heat and to cook a pancake. The electric skillet is still in the box, unopened. I haven't used that 'cause I figured it would be the same for my pancakes as the griddle. Also, they're very expensive. It was $2,000 and I'm still guilty I spent that much money. I still don't have anything to cook pancakes with, so I spent $2,000 for something I really didn't need. Nonetheless, I like the pans really well. I try not to use high heat, so they don't stick too bad. I would recommend them.
Royal Prestige Cookware expert review by ConsumerAffairs
Royal Prestige was founded in 1959 and continues to grow at a rate of about a quarter of a million new customers each year. With several lines of stainless-steel cookware, Royal Prestige is sold through distributors.
Greaseless cooking: The 5-ply line of cookware Royal Prestige offers is designed to allow consumers to cook food such as chicken and meat without any oil.
Ergonomic handles: These handles on the company's products are designed to be comfortable to hold, and don't heat up with the pans.
50-year warranty: Royal Prestige provides consumers buying cookware a 50-year warranty on their products.
Redi-Temp valve: Most cookware designed by the company has a built-in valve that will alert consumers when the temperature reaches 180 °F or 82 °C.
Versatile: Royal Prestige's cookware can be used on induction-stove tops and in ovens.
Best for: Home cooks, home chefs and professional chefs.
Royal Prestige Cookware Company Information
- Company Name:
- Royal Prestige Cookware
- 333 Holtzman Rd
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- United States