A wall oven is an excellent addition to a kitchen with limited space and they free up storage space under your cooktop for extra pots and pans. There are plenty of great models on the market today, but several stand out with excellent features and quality construction. Here's a lineup of the best 27-in. wall ovens 2021 so you can choose the one that would work best in your kitchen space.
This Viking wall oven from the 5 Series has a 4.1 cu. ft. total capacity, making it one of the largest oven cavities in the industry. With a large viewing window and three halogen interior lights, you'll be able to check on your meal while it bakes on one of the three oven racks inside. Select the Rapid Ready™ setting to quickly preheat your oven, and choose the TruConvec™ convection cooking mode to cook dinner to delicious perfection. The patented Vari-Speed Dual Flow Convection System™ has the largest fan in the industry and operates bidirectionally, allowing for maximum airflow to perfectly heat your food from every angle. The 10-pass broiler has a heat reflector that keeps the heat aimed at your food so it cooks quicker and more evenly. This self-cleaning oven's exterior is equipped with Black Chrome™ knobs which are accented with CoolLit™ LED lights in signature Viking blue, giving it a sleek and stylish look. If you're on-the-go, select the Delay Bake option to begin cooking your meal up to 24 hours in advance, and your oven will shut off when it's finished, all thanks to the Timed Bake feature.
This Frigidaire Gallery Series electric double wall oven is equipped with multi-rack baking options so you can get quick, even cooking results every time. Each oven has a capacity of 3.8 cu. ft. giving you plenty of space to cook for a crowd, and the Hidden Bake feature makes your ovens easy to wipe clean with a damp cloth. The oven's Effortless™ Temperature Probe detects when your food has reached the right temperature and will automatically switch to the keep warm setting so your food doesn't overcook, and you can easily grab your dishes with the help of oven rack handles and easy glide racks. The exterior is made of Smudge-Proof® stainless steel so it stays sleek and shiny, and you can easily wipe it clean. Choose from three self-cleaning cycles and a steam clean feature that allows for a quick 30-minute, chemical-free light cleaning. This oven is equipped with Ready-Select® controls so you can easily choose to delay start your oven for up to 24 hours or delay the cleaning cycle so your oven will clean itself on your schedule. The Quick Preheat™ option makes it easy to start dinner in just a few minutes, and your Vari-Broil™ temperature-controlled oven allows you to broil dinner at two different heat levels.
This contemporary oven from the Monogram Minimalist Series is a smart oven with a 4.3 cu. ft. capacity. The lovely black gloss finish gives it a sleek look and places it firmly on our list of the best 27-in. wall ovens of 2021. The 10-pass baking element covers a large surface area, providing quick and even cooking results, and two interior halogen lights make it easy to see your food. This ADA compliant oven is equipped with a Brilliant 7-in. LCD display where you can customize the background and receive weather updates from the front of your oven. The self-clean oven racks were specifically designed to be left in the oven during the self-cleaning cycle, making it easy to keep your oven sparkling inside. The greatest feature on this Monogram wall oven is its SmartHQ™ technology that allows it to be paired with Alexa or Google Home so you can control it from your smartphone. The Scan-to-Cook feature allows you to scan the barcode on your packaged meal and automatic settings for your oven to cook it to perfection.
How do I choose a wall oven?
When purchasing a wall oven, you'll need to consider several factors. Decide on a budget for your oven and measure the space where you'd like to install your new wall oven. Make sure you purchase one that's the right size and has all of the features you're looking for.
Do chefs prefer gas or electric ovens?
Both options have their strengths, but many chefs prefer a gas oven, due to its ability to heat quickly.