Toy cooking sets are always popular with budding little chefs, but what you get with Melissa and Doug in this sushi set is something different. Not only is making sushi a more interesting type of food preparation than most sets offer, this set is made of wood instead of cheap plastic. Read our full review below.
This Melissa and Doug Sushi Counter is the latest in a range of food based sets previously these have included sandwich making sets and a smaller sushi slicing play set.
All in all this contains 46 pieces;
There is a serving and display counter, a Sushi rolling mat and a chopping knife.
Your child can make various styles of sushi such as Maki rolls, nigiri and temaki and chop them into pieces with the toy cleaver.
The sushi toys come with self-sticking tabs. You get a wooden tray for serving up the sushi as well as a dipping bowl, wasabi and chopsticks. There is a sushi guide, instructions and re-usable menu and a whole lot more….
Who Would Buy The Melissa and Doug’s Roll, Wrap and Slice Sushi Counter?
This toy sushi set is recommended for 3+ by the manufacturers, we think children of six would probably be about the oldest that would get educational or play benefit from this set.
Boys or girls would equally like this set.
Even if the child hasn’t had much contact with Sushi they will still learn and have fun playing with this set.
If your children have other Melissa and Doug food toys then this would be a good play set to complement previous sets that they own with one that is a bit exotic.
Things We Like About This Melissa and Doug Sushi Counter
Melissa and Doug build toys that will last and are very durable and this one really looks the part.
There is plenty of room for creative play and role play as well as educational benefits such as learning about different foods from different cultures, counting and of course motor skills in making the sushi.
Things We Did Not Like About It
We couldn’t really find any fault with this toy set, it might be a little bit dull for some very active boys or girls but at the same time it might be a good toy to calm them down a bit with some quiet play.
Is The Melissa and Doug’s Roll, Wrap and Slice Sushi Counter Worth The Money?
Compared to some of the other Melissa and Doug food sets this is fairly expensive but it does come with 47 parts so is a large set.
Where Can I Buy This Toy Sushi Counter?
Most toy product vendors online will likely to be stocking this toy sushi set, trusted retailers like Amazon are always the best places to look first and many of them have user reviews from customers.
This is the 2nd wooden sushi set from Melissa and Doug so toy sushi must be a popular item. This is a fun item and budding young chefs will get lots of imaginative play from this set for sure. Melissa and Doug have a good reputation for producing quality wooden toys and this is a great addition to the range.