Step2 Best Chef’s Toy Kitchen Playset

June 11, 2019 - Comment

We’ll bet famous chefs worldwide all wish they had a kids kitchen set like this Step2 Best Chef’s Toy Kitchen Playset when they were growing up. It would have made their early training so much easier! But lucky kids nowadays can enjoy everything this popular kitchen playset has to offer. Things like realistic-looking appliances that

We’ll bet famous chefs worldwide all wish they had a kids kitchen set like this Step2 Best Chef’s Toy Kitchen Playset when they were growing up. It would have made their early training so much easier! But lucky kids nowadays can enjoy everything this popular kitchen playset has to offer. Things like realistic-looking appliances that open and close and light up and make sounds. Like storage space galore for dishes, utensils, pots and pans, and more (accessory set included). And like the pass-through window that sparks all kinds of imaginative play. In other words, everything top play kitchens should have for today’s budding chefs! Made in the U.S.A. of U.S. and imported parts. Adult assembly required.

Product Features

  • Clicking knobs on stove top and oven for more realistic pretend play
  • Kids will love the working oven, refrigerator door, counter space and pass-through kitchen window
  • Pretend stove burner features fun lights and cooking sounds
  • Plenty of kitchen storage space, including the recycle bin, hooks for hanging utensils and tea/coffee cups
  • Play kitchen comes with a 25-piece kitchen accessory set

Comments

Anonymous says:

Cute and compact. Great for my two boys who love to be chefs. Not girly at all. When it was received it was put together in about 1.5 hrs.Pros: It is very sturdy and is good quality. Was a little surprised that it was smaller than expected but now I am happy about it not taking up too much space. I love how the stove top makes different noises when the pan or pot is placed on top. The pan sizzles, and the pot bubbles. This feature is my two yr olds favorite. My older son likes to use the window as a…

Anonymous says:

You dont need a drill! My 3 year old LOVES it.The assembly wasn’t as difficult as some of the other reviews suggested. I was nervous to purchase it just because other reviews stated that you need a drill, and I dont own a drill.For those who have trouble with the fact that the holes are not predrilled (which is irritating) take the screw and a hammer and hammer the screw in just enough to have a small breakthrough in the plastic. From there the screen will go in easily.It took me about 30…

Anonymous says:

We were shopping for a while for a good play set for my son We were shopping for a while for a good play set for my son. The biggest problem a lot of sets have is flimsy pieces or pieces that can fit too easy in a mouth/throat. The first one we were given had such thin plastic that my son could tear off pieces of the fake food and would actually try to eat it. Those got immediately thrown out… This set up has pieces that are not swallowable and sturdy enough to not tear apart. Many of the toys are made of two pieces that can be separated but can also…

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