Cutting board with pestle - Le Régal

  • Design cutting board, wooden, with integrated pestle
  • To rediscover the incomparable taste qualities of manual crushing
  • Perfect for preparing your aromatics, setting them aside and preparing other herbs, all on one board
  • Design C + B Lefebvre
  • In Robur oak, a local wood from sustainably managed forests
  • Dimensions: 300 * 150 * 25mm
  • Shipping time: 48 hours maximum

64,58 € HT - 77,50 € TTC

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Le Régal - Let's share the gluttony

The French brand Le Régal offers wooden utensils, with a unique design and respectful of the environment, to share convivial moments of French delicacies.


Un functional design designed for gourmets, to make the good times spent preparing your favorite dishes even more enjoyable.
The wooden pestle is the little Le Régal extra.

Made in France

A French manufacture from an equally French wood. Robur oak comes from a sustainably managed forest.
Local production makes it possible to limit greenhouse gas emissions linked to transport.
The local economy is also privileged.



Clean production: all waste is recovered. The sawdust is reused as animal bedding and is used to power heating systems.
At the end of its life, your product will be recycled into paper or to supply heating systems.
The French wood used is sustainably managed. No deforestation of our forests.

A word from the designer

”For this cutting board, my desire was to offer a new, more versatile tool that encourages the consumption of fresh herbs. A simple little herb board that is completed with a small delicate pestle for equally delicate herbs. My wish is that this cutting board will rediscover the incomparable taste qualities of manual crushing. “


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