Dora and Friends Cafe Review (Fisher-Price)

What It Is

The Dora and Friends Cafe from Fisher-Price is a two-floor playset based on the Arco Iris Cafe from the new animated Nickelodeon series Dora and Friends: Into the City. It features two floors for play including a sitting lodge area, smoothie bar, and the perfect space to help Dora and friends put on a charity concert. Press the button located beneath the center of the top floor to activate the playset's interactive and light-up features. Keep pressing the button to hear 35 different English and Spanish phrases. Dora will invite kids to help her find different charms located throughout the playset, such as instruments to practice for her charity concert or bananas to make smoothies. Kids can press the instruments to make different sound effects. Charms can also be removed and worn on the wearable charm bracelet that's included. Additional cafe accessories and a Dora mini figure are also included.

Is It Fun?

As a favorite hangout for Dora and her friends, this playset brings the Arco Iris Cafe to life for fans. Kids will have the most fun though engaging with the playset's interactive features, which encourage preschoolers in tons of imaginative storytelling and roleplay with Dora and her friends.

Who It’s For

The Dora and Friends Cafe is for ages 3 and up.

What To Be Aware Of

Three AA batteries are also required and included. We suggest swapping out the batteries though for the best play experience.

The playset comes in Try-Me mode, which you'll need to switch out of to experience all the different phrases and features.

Additional mini dolls are compatible with this set and sold separately.

  • Fun

  • Repeat Play

  • Assembly & Instructions

    None or Very Easy