I'm that picky person .......At malvern I also used just the Cadac with the burner and a frying pan on top (didn't want cooking smells inside). It worked very well. also sue it as intended as well.
Some picky person will no doubt point out that it is a grill, not a barbeque but most of us arent that bothered.... Cheers
To be honest, I prefer charcoal but laziness and convenience wins every day when trying to de-stressI'm that picky person .......
BBQ = charcoal and flavour ....In fact these days I burn wood then cook once it's died down
Well, it is conveniently small but large enough for two, it cooks well and heats up quickly, can be used in a number of ways, hooks up easily to the BBQ point and is relatively easy to clean and stow away. I'm all for watching the emperorCadac Phfft use mine as a bird table certainly performs that task better than it does being a BBQ.
Think Cadac think
Emporers new clothes syndrome
Gas pokers......they were great when allowed to light the fire as a kid. Loved it. They fell out of fashion a bit with the demise of the Krays and Richardsons, I think.......Such an emotive thing the BBQ, there are really two sides to this one, charcoal, time to light and get to the right temperature, then the cleaning and disposing of ashes / coals, against the quickness and convenience of a cadac type gas grill (i dont call it a BBQ) they both have merits and downsides, but getting back to OP if there is such a beast I am not aware of one, although there isnt any reason whilst a handy person cant use a gas poker type thing to ignight the coals, I remember when I was a lad my parents used to have such a thing to light the "Rayburn" coal fire in the lounge mid you I would expect there to be a reguation against it somewhere in the EU - lol