Servin' Surprises High Chair Set Review (Fisher-Price)

What It Is

Preschoolers can pretend to feed their baby dolls with the Servin' Surprises High Chair Set. It comes with a booster seat, a feeding tray with a "magic" spoon, and a baby bottle with "magic" milk. There are three compartments on the feeding tray and each is filled with a different pretend food: peas, carrots, and cereal. When you place the spoon into one of the compartments, that food item will appear in the spoon. When you tip the baby bottle, the milk inside the bottle shifts from bottom to top to simulate the doll drinking the milk.

The Servin' Surprises High Chair Set is compatible with the Servin' Surprises Kitchen & Table, which is sold separately. When you place the feeding tray on the table, it will unlock special phrases and songs about feeding a baby. The High Chair Set comes with two brackets for attaching the booster seat to the Kitchen & Table.

Is It Fun?

The Servin' Surprises High Chair Set engages toddlers and preschoolers in imaginative play and roleplay as kids pretend to feed their baby dolls, just like real parents. The pieces in this set are big, so they shouldn't easily get lost and they are easy for small hands to hold.

Who It’s For

The Servin' Surprises High Chair Set is for ages 2 and up.

What To Be Aware Of

A doll is not included. You'll need either a Little Mommy baby doll or a similarly sized doll to fit in the booster seat.

Using the spoon does take a little coordination, so some 2-year-olds might struggle with it at first. The spoon has to go exactly in the right spot in order for the food to change.

  • Fun

  • Repeat Play

  • Assembly & Instructions

    None or Very Easy