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Party-Que 350 Charcoal Rotisserie Grill (Detailed Honest Review)

Updated: Aug 31, 2020

The Party-Que 350 Charcoal Rotisserie Grill
The Party-Que 350 Charcoal Rotisserie Grill

With a decent price, Party-Que comes with a Charcoal Rotisserie Grill line-up and one of them is the Party-Que 350. Standing with overall average positive reviews and ratings from users, it stands its ground against competitors.

With overall dimensions of 54 x 24 x 25 inches, it holds the length of the 52-inch Rotisserie Spit Rod which can take large meats such as whole pig, lamb, goats, even up to 6 chickens and more up to a maximum of 80 pounds.

The Rotisserie Spit Rod itself is made from solid food grade aluminum skewer with a 1-inch round profile. The entire unit weighs 130 pounds and the motor runs at 7.5 RPM and 155-inch torque.


Its overall construction is made from heavy-duty galvanized metal frames for durability. The design is simple but it is sturdy and efficient when it comes to its consistency paired with the capable motor. The motor included has a built-in cooling fan and runs 7.5 RPM with a 155-inch torque.

It arrives in multiple components for assembly but the whole assembly process was easy and fast.


The cooking experience was good. Though the Rotisserie Spit Rod was rated to carry at a maximum of 80 pounds, it was very well able to turn the 107-pound that a user had bought for rotisserie!

The motor was outstanding, being able to turn such a heavyweight for 14 hours non-stop. The whole pig rotisserie came out crispy on the skin and tender in the inside. In short, it came out amazing and left users satisfied.

5 lambs were already tried on this unit by a user and it worked like a champ. You can also set the Rotisserie Spit Rod in 3 levels at your convenience for the right amount of cook. The 8-inch Rotisserie Forks held out great during the entire process and the motor functioned without any hiccups experienced.


Out of the box, it includes the base with grease collector, Rotisserie spit Rod, 8-inch Rotisserie Forks, and the 110V motor. If you need the spine forks, you would need to purchase the model 400 and up.


Cleaning this charcoal rotisserie grill, with its sheet metal, was relatively hard compared to other charcoal rotisserie grills. What is suggested is to put aluminum foil on the bottom of the rotisserie and it will be significantly easier to clean from the ashes and the dripping fat afterward.


Before getting into using charcoal rotisserie grills, it might sound like a given but, one must check how everything works before using the product as it might not only damage the unit itself, but also the food put on it.


For its warranty, it includes a 1-year warranty for the motor.


If what you’re looking for is a Charcoal Rotisserie Grill's consistency and durability at a decent price, this charcoal rotisserie grill might be best suited for you!