In a nutshell

A great seat in terms of comfort and easy cleaning, though the design of the legs could let it down depending on your needs

What we tested

  • Ease of use
    A star rating of 3.0 out of 5.
  • Ease of cleaning
    A star rating of 4.0 out of 5.
  • Comfort
    A star rating of 5.0 out of 5.
  • Style
    A star rating of 3.0 out of 5.
  • Durability
    A star rating of 4.0 out of 5.
  • Worth the money
    A star rating of 3.0 out of 5.
Overall Rating
A star rating of 3.7 out of 5.


  • Seat feels safe and comfy, easy to clean, tray can be removed for up-to-the-table dining


  • The legs are splayed out at an angle so it takes up a fair amount of space, can't adjust height or footrest, doesn't fold away

The Kiddicouture Eat highchair is easy to assemble and clean, but isn’t for those who need a fold-away or height adjustable option, or a small footprint.


The Kiddicouture Eat highchair is brought to the market by baby retailer Kiddicare. This easy-on-the-eye highchair comes in four colours – grey, blue, green and pink. It has a two-position 5-point adjustable safety harness, a comfortable EVA seat pad, a non-adjustable footrest and a wipe clean tray.

For up-to-the-table dining, you can remove the tray. The height can’t be adjusted, so do measure up before you buy if you plan to use it at the table – from ground to the tray, it’s 81cm, from ground to seat height, it’s 62cm.

The Eat’s RRP is £69.99, but at the time of writing, it was being sold for £39.99.

What we love

I love the fact that the Kiddicouture Eat highchair was easy to assemble.

Some highchairs are a nightmare to clean and this is not one of them - it is a dream.

The removable tray is useful for those who want their toddler to eat at the table with them.

The seat itself feels safe. I think it could be perfect for feeding a small baby. Although my daughter Florence is 9 months, I would have felt very comfortable placing her in the highchair at 6 months.

Florence has been happy to sit in the highchair before and after meals with a toy or two, which has made life a lot easier for me!

What to watch out for

The legs are designed to splay out diagonally, so the footprint isn’t small. It may not be at its best if your kitchen is tiny or you’ve another small child racing about.

You can’t fold away this highchair, so it’s not for those after a chair they can store out of the way after every feed. You can take the legs off, however.

I tested the grey colour, which some will think is chic and urban, but I think the blue, pink or green are more attractive.

Who is the Kiddicouture Eat highchair best for?

Budget-watching parents after a chic and comfy seat.


MadeForMums verdict

Aside from that attractive price tag and looks, the Eat offers handy features, such as the ability to be used with the tray or for up-to-the-table dining. It can’t be adjusted or folded away and the leg design won’t work for all families, but it’s ease of cleaning and comfy seat are top features.

Product Specifications

ModelKiddicouture Eat highchair
Suitable for
Child age (approx)From 6 months
Dimensions & Weight
DimensionsH:95cm W:65cm D:73cm
Seat height positions1
Recline positionsNone
Made fromSeat pad: EVA (Ethylene Vinyl Acetate), a rubber vinyl compound
  • Suitable from 6 months
  • Soft padded wipe-clean seat
  • 5-Point safety harness with two height positions
  • Removable tray (49cm wide and 26cm deep)
  • Can be used without tray for up-to-the-table feeding
  • Footrest (non-adjustable)