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Hape - Gourmet Chef Kitchen

by Hape
28 customer reviews

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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.

Product Description

Product Description

Young chefs who watch their dad or mom prepare meals wil adore this wood child-size gourmet kitchen to create their own mealtime treats. Peek into the oven through the window to check on dinner or the pretend cake that's baking. Big orange knobs can turn the burners "on" or "off" and the sink is ready for washing dishes. Cleanup time is a snap with the hutch and cupboard to store dinnerware, pots and pans. Some young cooks may decide to make the cupboard the refrigerator, instead. The simple classic design and natural colors offer loads of possibilities for playtime.<li>Current version comes without towel rack

From the Manufacturer

The Gourmet Chef Kitchen allows children to create their own mealtime "treats" with this imaginative oven, cupboard, and sink station. The Gourmet Chef Kitchen has big knobs that can turn the cook top "on" or "off", and a sink that can be used to fill a pot with "water". Cleanup is easy with the sink, hutch, and towel rack. The cupboard can be used to store dinnerware, pots and pans; or can be turned into a "refrigerator" instead. The simple classic design and natural colors offer plenty of possibilities for playtime. Accessories are sold separately, some adult assembly required. The Educo brand has meant quality and innovation in toys for over 30 years.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 22 x 13.1 x 27.6 inches ; 17 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 20.9 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
  • International Shipping: This item can be shipped to select countries outside of the U.S. Learn More
  • Origin: China
  • ASIN: B0024UXJ3E
  • Item model number: E3101
  • Our recommended age: 3 years and up
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 36 months - 15 years
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #460,507 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (28 customer reviews)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

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204 of 205 people found the following review helpful By goonius on September 11, 2009
We bought this kitchen in the hopes it would be a less toxic option despite being made in China. Hape, parent company of Educo, in response to having a lead recall on its Target line a few years ago seems to have put even more safety measures in place to prevent these sorts of toxic things from being applied to their toys. They source their paints and glues from Germany only, their plywood comes from Russia, and it's my understanding that only the manufacturing end takes place in China. That said, I was disappointed to find that there are 3 parts to this kitchen that are made of particle board - the inner shelves and the back of the kitchen, thus the 4 stars.

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.
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18 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Amighty VINE VOICE on January 19, 2010
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Got this as a Christmas gift for my 2yo daughter, and she loves it. It's noticeably smaller than the plastic alternatives, and doesn't have a microwave or anything, but for a kid it's just as good.

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.
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19 of 23 people found the following review helpful By Haphealth on April 19, 2010
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The Educo kitchen is the perfect size for our house and serves its function perfectly. The only problem I have with it is that the front door for the oven does not close all the way and the faucet keeps falling out. I have the kitchen in our living room so my son can play while I am working in the "real" kitchen and it drives me crazy that the door never stays shut and the faucet is constantly on the floor.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Megan Robel on January 4, 2010
We got this for our almost 2 year old daughter for Christmas. I had been offered a large plastic kitchen for free, but was not excited at the idea of having a big kitchen in her already crowded play room and I really wasn't excited about the plastic. I wanted something that required a little more imagination. This kitchen is great.

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.
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