Marcato Heritage Eureka! Worktop Board


This clever worktop board is comprised of a paper composite chopping board set over a walnut wood worktop, which contains two drawers that catch food scraps and/or prepared ingredients. 

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Product Details

This Eureka! Worktop Board from Marcato comes from their Heritage collection, featuring pieces crafted from strong, solid Canaletto (walnut) wood with distinctly dark veins. Here, the walnut wood provides a stable base for a durable paper composite chopping board made from recycled materials. Underneath the chopping board is two removable stainless steel drawers for collecting prepared ingredients or food scraps. The paper composite chopping board is dishwasher safe and friendly to knife blades. 

Due to the nature of real wood, colour and grain may vary.

Why we love it

'A perfect marriage of function and beauty, which helps keep food prep streamlined and tidy.'

Specifications & Care

  • The wood work top should be periodically maintained after washing or when the colour of the wood tends to lighten using a food-safe mineral oil or wax; cover the surface of all the wooden parts with a light layer using a cotton cloth; allow to absorb for at least 1 hour and remove the excess with a clean cotton cloth
  • Let the work top dry in an upright position for 24 hours before using it
  • To clean the black chopping board during use, wipe away any liquids on the surface with a dry cloth; always place already washed and clean food on the chopping board
  • The chopping board can be washed with warm running water and a sponge or with hydroalcoholic disinfectant suitable for food contact; after washing, dry well with a cloth or leave it to dry in an upright position
  • Once dry, wax thoroughly with the same wax used for the work top
Country of Origin Italy
Dimensions L 40.2cm X W 30.2cm X H 5.5cm
Material Canaletto (American walnut) wood, pressed paper material, stainless steel
Warranty 2 years against manufacturing defects; the warranty does not cover damage caused by improper use
Weight 3.6kg
About The Brand


In 1930, Otello Marcato made the first-ever pasta rolling machine in a workshop behind his house and sold them to neighbours on his bicycle. He opened a factory in Campodarsego, Padua, eight years later, where Marcato still produces all of their products today. Their machines are recognized all over the world for unbeatable quality. Their 100+ employees pack up to 2,500 pasta machines a day and 250,000 rollers a month with an extremely low rate of defects, reusing most of the product waste in order to embrace a principle of ecological circularity.

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