A smaller board than one you might find in a restaurant or commercial kitchen, this cutting board is also one of the least expensive.
This beautifully made wood cutting board is 1.5 inches thick, making slicing and dicing a breeze. Two integrated hand grips on each end make moving and cleaning the board a breeze.
This cutting board has a smooth surface on both sides, so you can chop ingredients across the board. It's also reversible, so you get twice the use from one board.
When you need a cutting board, you want one that's sturdy, easy to clean, and made of high-quality wood. The Sonder cutting board is the best for all of those things, and it's made of maple, which is widely regarded as the king of hardwood cutting boards.
The John Boos maple cutting board is the least expensive board we tested, but it's the best at cutting through food, and it has a nice juice groove for catching liquids.
This board does what it's supposed to do: make chopping easy. Its reversible construction is ideal for carving and slicing, and it's dishwasher safe.
The John Boos MPL1812125G Chop-N-Slice Select Maple Edge Grain Cutting Board is our favorite for ease of use and price.
The Sonder Los Angeles cutting board is a magnificent work of functional art, and a serious upgrade to any kitchen.
Our top pick, the maple cutting board has both handles and juice grooves on one side, making it extra user-friendly. It's solid, wellmade, and looks great in any kitchen.
A good-looking board that cut cleanly. We really enjoyed this cutting board. It has a traditional look and a lovely grain pattern. We loved how effortlessly it cut our beef brisket and salmon fillets.