Maybe your garden is no larger than a parking space. Perhaps you only have a balcony or a roof terrace. Possibly, you have no private outdoor space at all. None of this should stop you from being able to barbecue once in a while.
How clever is this balcony barbecue? It fastens on to a balcony railing. Just check that your lease or freehold allows you to barbecue on your balcony before purchasing; and, that the part of your balcony that you are fixing it too can stand extreme heat.
There are even barbecues built to sit on a table top, again perfect for balconies and roof terraces. When it starts to get a bit nippy, this one doubles up as an outdoor heater too.
If you're worried about other people 'borrowing' your barbecue from your communal garden or want a reusable one that you can take down to the country park or beach, a portable barbecue is what you need. They can be stowed away under your stairs when not in use and bought outside when you're in for a grilling.
Get some ideas for planting and furnishing a little garden here