Waitrose Toy Supermarket £49 @ John Lewis & Partners

For those posh kids...
Waitrose Toy Supermarket £49 @ John Lewis & Partners

Wanting a imaginative play toy that's rather special? Well feast your eyes on this Waitrose Toy Supermarket from John Lewis & Partners. It's priced at £49, which is probably less than a basket full of groceries from the upmarket supermarket.

Waitrose Toy Supermarket

Imaginative role-playing is essential for the healthy growth of little minds. This Waitrose Toy Supermarket is designed to look like the real deal, and will fire up those little imaginations.

Your little one can pretend to shop for avocados, hummus and taramasalata (not included), and head over to the checkout to tot up those rather pricey groceries.

Comes with some pretend foods to and the till even features a working calculator.

John Lewis & Partners also sell other bits and bobs to go with it like the Waitrose Trolley* for £25. Not cheap, but nothing that's Waitrose is.

I added this Laura Mercier Sharpener* to my order to save on the £3.95 delivery charge.

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  • Victoria G.

    I wonder if it gives you free tea and coffee too?! :see_no_evil:

    • Emma N.

      , it would go with the shopping trolley! X

      • Jo-Amber M.

        to go with Lanas trolly x

        • Shellie J.

          Haha , is Albie posh enough? :rofl: x

          • Charlotte W.

            , one for Emily with her posh red lipstick like Aunty Becca

            • Philip B.

              educate your kids early :smiley:

              • Ann C.

                heads up - the wee trolley is ace, but we were really disappointed with the quality of this product - plastic and not particularly durable x

                • Sarah O.

                  Lisa Sims just like their groceries, 4 x the price of everywhere else but exactly the same :rofl:

                  • Amna R.

                    Does it come with a cavolo nero and avocado extension pack or do we have to make do with the common vegetables on display :grimacing:

                    • Emily R.

                      He’s got the M&S one :grimacing::see_no_evil:

                      • Adele C.

                        Where's the Christmas catalogue :rofl:

                        • Ellie B.

                          Ha! Josh plays in the real shop now!

                          • Lou P.

                            Do they supply play edible flowers too?

                            • Clare J.

                              How much! I bought my daughter the sainsburys one, which is exactly the same for £12!

                              • Sarah R.

                                I’ll wait for the ALDI version thanks :rofl: