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    Default Kids pretend play kitchen/cafe/supermarket

    I'm on the look out a quality kitchen, cafe type set up or supermarket. Dd2 will turn 3 in May.
    We had a good pretend play kitchen free standing thing and on the other side it had a servery bench and bbq. But it was plastic so it was well worn after a year or so.

    I've searched in interwebs and there's so many options. So I guess I'm looking for personal recommendations from people who have a good one that they recommend.

    Thanks in advance.

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    We have the kidkraft big and bright kitchen it's great

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    We have the Kmart toy kitchen and it's been great.

    It's one of the cheaper ones and the quality is good. We bought it a couple of years ago but it looks like the same model is in stores now.

    I'm glad I didn't spend too much, as my DS really doesn't play with it very often (he's more into cars/trains/books).

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    Pottery barn kids has some gorgeous stuff

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    The Kmart one looks good. I personally have the big w one which comes out on the toy sale.
    IKEA has a good one.

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    Ikea have cool stuff. Including small coffee cups/whisks/saucepans etc. As does Kmart. I think Big W (and Ikea) do a wooden kitchen.

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    Thanks so much everyone! I really like the kidkraft ones- for anyone else looking zanui is the cheapest online. Think we'll get the pastel coloured kitchen. Kmart has a cute little supermarket too, cheap as chips so I'll get dd one of those as well. Cheers!

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    Quote Originally Posted by bezzy View Post
    Pottery barn kids has some gorgeous stuff
    Omg I looove pottery barn kids! I've never been on their website before, their Easter stuff is divine! Trying so hard not to buy anything....

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    We have the Ikea one. Got it second hand from Gumtree for $50 (both parts plus accessories). We've had it for a couple of years. It's used daily and looks great. Love it!


 

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