Hape - Gourmet Chef Kitchen
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- Encourage creativity
- All in one kitchen
- Perfect addition to Gourmet Chef Cookware and Gourmet Chef Cuisine
- Includes sink, cooktop, oven, or cupboard
- Assembly is simple and all tools and hardware needed are included
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CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
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That aside, the kitchen is absolutely adorable. I do wish I'd had more details about the measurements of various parts before ordering and assembling the kitchen, as there seems to be so few details about this item online and as of yet, no reviews.
Overall size: 27.5" tall X 22" wide X 13" deep
I haven't gifted it to the children yet, as Christmas is 3 months away, but I wonder if it will be large enough to accommodate 2 children at once. I imagine they'll find a way.
Counter height: 20"
This will be a little short for my 95th percentile 4-year old (we estimated she would need a 22" counter), but should be perfect for our 18-month old.
Sink: 2.25" deep, 6" x 6" wide
Ample room for washing dishes unlike the comparable Educo My Creative Cookery Club
Burners: Large 4.25", Small 3.5"
Usable counter space: About 5" x 9"
Inside shelves: 10.5" depth x 6" high x 9.5" wide (oven side) 8.Read more ›
Compact size. Fits where other kitchen won't, and doesn't just take over the room.
Design. Clean and cool-looking. It's useful to note that the green color isn't nearly as neon as Amazon's pictures appear. There's plenty of slots for utensils and dishes, and two large cabinets that double as the oven and fridge.
Assembly. Of course I expected to put it together myself, but I would really have liked better instructions and more standard size screws. The hinges attach with the tiniest screws I've seen, and I had to hunt down eyeglass screwdrivers to put them on. The rest of the screws are allen-screws, and even with the key are slow going. Once I sorted it all out though, it really wasn't THAT difficult.
Build. The unit is actually really sturdy, and without too many moving parts should last for years. However, I did have one broken dial (it doesn't click like the others), and the faucet is too easy to remove from the sink.
It is small so we actually have it under the eating bar in our kitchen so she can cook when we cook. It is brightly colored, which I wasn't sure I would like when I ordered it, but I do like it. The knobs click when you turn them. The oven and other cupboard can be used as an oven, microwave, refrigerator, cupboard or whatever the child wants. The sink is plastic and easily removed and there is a little shelf with notches above the sink and stove for accessories.
The problems I have with the kitchen are the faucet is way too easy to remove. My daughter almost immediately pulled it out and after putting it back several times, I stopped because I was worried it would break beyond repair. I am going to try to figure out another way to attach it. The hot and cold knobs have not been a problem at all. The only other problem is that she received utensils from others for Christmas and they don't fit in the notches on the little shelf. I had read somewhere that those notches are a perfect fit for some Educo utensils, but that is not what we have so the notches have been useless so far. But, the shelf itself is a nice place to put the "canned" foods she got for Christmas along with the "spices" she also received.
Overall I am really happy with this purchase, but I did get a really great deal on it so I am not sure how happy I would be if I had paid original price.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
My 4 and 3 year old boys still play with this kitchen after two years. It's a good size, doesn't take up too much room in their small bedroom. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Svetlana B.
My daughter received this as a hand-me-down after a friend's daughter used it for a few years. It is in nearly perfect shape. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Ms. Karin
This is THE SMALLEST KITCHEN ever created. My daughter received as a 1 year present. She was interested for a few months and is now over it. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Sdod
Very tiny. Small. Dwarf size. Hobbit size. Only good for children 18 months to 3 years of age. And if it's a tall 3 year old then do not order this.Published on November 5, 2013 by Irene
i just want to reiterate what others have brought up about the faucet and taps pulling out of the countertop way too easily. Read morePublished on January 3, 2013 by gjb
I don't write many reviews but am so happy with how much my son enjoys this little kitchen set that I thought I should let other parents know about it. Read morePublished on November 15, 2012 by Sariya Jarasvioj
This is a terrific "first kitchen" for kids under 3. It's sized right, and the bright colors seem to grab and hold their attention. Read morePublished on July 4, 2012 by H Cummings
in less than a month. I ordered this 3 weeks ago and one child is 16 month, the other is 18 months and both doors are already off the hinges; the screws didn't hold. Read morePublished on May 8, 2012 by E. Mims
Yes, you can get a toy kitchen at Ikea, but I would say that this one is really a great buy for smaller kids (4 and under). Read morePublished on March 25, 2012 by Katrina Maloney