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Kid's Chef Coats - Just like the professionals, only in Kid sizes.

Just like Mom, Dad or the Celebrity Chefs they love to watch! Let your little kitchen helper look and feel like a true professional chef. Our Kid’s Chef Coats are perfectly scaled down replicas of a traditional chef coat with the same eight button double breasted style. Manufactured in a durable poly-cotton they will survive the “little chefs” kitchen mishaps. The sleeves on the White or Lime Green Kids chef coats feature a double cuff that allows folding back for that perfect length for the child.

Our new light weight kids chef coats in red, berry and blue have 3/4 sleeves and are exact replicas of their adult counterparts.

Not only do they make your child feel special in the kitchen they can also serve double duty as the perfect kid’s chef costume for those “trick or treat” events.

Make the coat an even more special gift by embroidering the little chefs name, nickname or fantasy title in your choice of embroidery font styles and thread colors- Just check the embroidery drop-down button on the order page for your embroidery selection.

Amy on Food Blog

KID'S CHEF COAT Product Review
Click to read the post by featured blogger"Amy on Food"

"Amy on Food" is a praiseworthy resource for finding the Heart and Soul of Charlotte, NC and Atlanta, GA. While Amy's blog is extremely useful for business travelers and holiday makers searching for awesome southern flavor, it is also an essential tool for locals looking to keep their finger on the pulse of this happening culinary arena.

Amy guides us through the city, showing us its classy elegance, as found in places like The Ritz-Carlton's Urban Sip. Her post "Tea at the Ritz", beautifully captures the rich air of its traditional southern charm. She also knows her way around the BBQ scene. If it's the renowned smokey flavors you're after, let Amy lead you to places like "The Midwood Smokehouse". She'll even help you satisfy your sweet tooth, with posts like "Sweet Lorraine's Bakery", her photos offering you a very tempting sampling of the delights you'll find in store.

"Amy on Food" gives readers a taste of the seasonal menu offerings from contemporary trendsetters like Seasons 52 and Capital Grille, as well as new local hot spots like Emeril's new eatery "E2".

But Amy knows that the Heart and Soul isn't just found in the vibrant restaurants, - review her post on "Friendship Trays" to see where the true essence of southern hospitality lies.

Kid's Chef Coats