“ Brand: ELC „
This Early Learning Centre BBQ usually sells at £20 but I got it at the end of summer on a half price offer and put it away for my daughter's birthday the following summer. She was turning 3 and absolutely loved it. She feels very grown up copying us by hosting her own bbq.
The set is a very good size but packs away neatly with everything inside the lid and the legs fold underneath, with a carry handle.
Inside are 3 utensils - turner, tongs and lighter, and then food bits to build a burger with lettuce in a bun, sausage in a bun, sweetcorn, and tomato sauce bottle. The griddle has buttons to switch on and pretend to light, which then also make sizzling sounds and flash.
My daughter still loves this set a year on, and will add to it with other pretend food sets she has, but it does come with a decent amount to use on its own. This bbq is available is blue and green or in pink. I was reluctant to get pink as I just thought most toys don't need to be made anything other than unisex, but when I looked around our playroom, I figured we didn't actually have many pink toys so this was fine for a change.
I'm not sure I'd pay full price at £20 but because it's a very durable, sturdy and decent sized set, I certainly wouldn't feel ripped off paying that. For £10 though it is a real bargain.
At a Glance This fun fold-out barbecue features realistic sizzling sounds, glowing charcoals Features and benefits for ELC Sizzlin' Barbecue - Pink This fun fold-out barbecue features realistic sizzling sounds, glowing charcoals, food and utensils.Requires 3 x AA batteries.Not suitable for children under 36 months due to small parts