We combined a “Klasen” trolley with a “Fyndig” sink and got a mini outdoor sink.
Just connect it to the garden hose and it is ready to use.
Post edited to reflect the correct name of sink used.
Get more out of the great outdoors with these hacks:
– An alternative mini outdoor sink from JALL laundry bag
– Outdoor stove that’s better than a BBQ grill
– Hack a portable stove to take on your next camping trip
If you’re not keen to hack, there’s the SUNNERSTA mini kitchen.
Though not made for the outdoors, it may be possible to use the mini kitchen in the open for a summer. As the sink is stainless steel and the frame is powder coated metal, it should be able to withstand a summer’s heat and rain. The plastic hooks may not survive though. So it may be best to keep the mini kitchen in the shade after the BBQ.
It’s pretty affordable too, with the LILLVIKEN water trap and strainer, and LAGAN kitchen mixer tap included in the price, but packaged separately. You can tuck a minibar under the sink too.
Only thing is, the tip over risk. If you can’t secure the mini kitchen frame to a wall while using it outdoors, consider securing the legs firmly to the ground.