An outdoor kitchen is often referred to as a summer kitchen because they are built outside of the home. Having one is a great place to entertain.
Especially since you do not have to spend time running from the main kitchen in the house to the entertainment area outside. The layout of your summer outdoor kitchen needs to be done correctly so you can stay with your guests while cooking.
One thing that works well is to have a U-shaped or L-shaped countertop. Either works well in an outdoor kitchen. The area should also be divided into two parts with one used for prep and cooking and the other part for entertaining and enjoying the meal. In your plans make sure the smoke from the grill does not blow in the direction of your guests in the dining area. To mix drinks, prepare food, and cook easier the refrigerator, grill, and sink should be placed close together.
The sink for washing, countertop, and gas grill should be made from natural material like travertine, slate, or stone cladding. The grill can be an electric grill or one that uses charcoal. To have more storage spaces install cupboards or drawers under the countertop. You can use this area to store essential kitchen supplies like extra cups and paper plates, dish soap, spices, silverware, and more. If you are not building your outdoor kitchen on an existing patio make sure that the flooring you use is made of tiles, natural stone, or concrete.