Rated 4.6 out of 5 by 18
Rated 4 out of 5 by Nickilr72 Exactly what we wanted
Exactly what my daughter wanted. She did think it would be bigger though. She found it quite easy to make.
07 January 2017
Rated 4 out of 5 by Vandsaz I enjoyed it.
It had some good detail and left room for an extra square of build. It fit in well with my other modular builds.
28 December 2016
Rated 4 out of 5 by nmaurok Awesome set for the price
This set is very nice, and the price is excellent on it too. You have a very interesting and appealing design, a nice play experience once the set is finished building, and the option of having 3 builds in one. What else could you ask for?
This is a great set both for children, teenagers and adults, and I'd recommend this whether you're new to LEGO or you're an experience builder who's looking for a fun build.
27 November 2016
Rated 4 out of 5 by Mikeylangelo Another Creator Set Winner!
First off, I love how this set, like a lot of other Cteator sets, can be rebuilt into 2 other creations. However, it does not come with a brick separator, which i found odd, considering how large of a build it is, so taking the set apart will be a challenge if you don't have a brick separator. Also, there isn't a lot of playing room in any of the builds. Still, it looks great, and can be used as a display piece.
29 October 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by amazed78 31050 Corner Deli
The Lego Creator set Corner Deli includes 467 pieces. There are no stickers in the set, which is predictable, because the bricks are meant to be reused to build
three different buildings (two of which I didn't actually build so this review is for the Corner Deli only). The two minifigures are the deli owner (a man) and his customer, a young girl. The girl is wearing a blue jacket over a dark shirt and has short blue legs. Her orangey brown hair is on a shortish ponytail. The deli owner is dressed in white trousers, an olive green shirt with a printed name tag, smiley face button, and some grease/sauce stains, and he is also wearing a red cap. His torso has appeared only in two sets before this one (Creative Ambush and Temple of Airjitzu). Both minifigure torsos do have dual sided printing, but unfortunately the heads don't.
The three instruction booklets (one for each building) are protected by a plastic bag. The bags containing all the pieces for this set are not numbered, so the build will most likely take a little longer to complete than with numbered ones. The build is, in my opinion, quite easy, there is very little repetition, and a surprisingly small amount of fiddling with teeny tiny 1x1 plates or flat tiles. However, there are a few instances of stacking 1x1 bricks on top of each other, which I don't like at all. I find it very hard to get them to line up properly unless I press them together on a hard and flat surface. This time I paid extra attention to the instructions which meant that the only mistake I made was when assembling the dark red lamp upstairs, but I'm sure I will botch my next build (and royally). The eating area is connected to the building by two pegs and can be placed in the corner of the opened deli building. However, if one doesn't want a corner building, but a straight one, there is a space for the connector pegs also in the outside wall next to the yellow door as well (also the sandwich-shaped sign has to be moved to another place).
The Corner Deli looks great even when placed next to Brick Bank. It's about two-thirds of the height of Brick Bank and exactly the same height as the Lego Shop building and car dealership from set 60097 City Square. I noticed that the TV antenna sticks out a little and might need some adjusting if the Corner Deli is placed right next to another, taller building. I just love both the decorations on the edge of the roof, and the light grey upper floor window frames, the detailing is incredible. The brick-built bird is hilarious as is the detachable sandwich-shaped sign. The armchair is yet again a good looking new design. The only things that bother me is perhaps the amount of minifigures (a third one would have been great), the minuscule size of the sidewalks surrounding the deli, and the fact that there is no TV in the deli, so why the antenna?
Overall, I really enjoyed this build, and think that Corner Deli is a nice addition to anyone's Lego City.
07 September 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by BrickFozzer Really good creator set
I had a nice time building this and will have a great time looking at it. I did a slow build and I've spread it out across 3 days in 2 hour sessions. I know I could do it much faster but that's not the point.
- Very nice as a display piece
- Nice, slightly challenging design
- Funny: the bird on the antenna is a recognisable addition.
- the other designs are a lot weaker. I can think of only one creator set(The 4 seasons house) where all designs were equally good.
- I would have liked an extra minifig; a boy(child) would have been super. Now the house is a bit empty.
22 June 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by Ellis A Great Building
This is a great building to build and the other builds are great as well but I was trying to decide to build the Deli or the Flower shop but I went with the deli and it is a nice build I also think this set with the color and all looks like a small verison of the Detectives Office set my favorite build has to be the sandwich in the front like as an advertisement.Overall I wasn't sure at first about buying this set but afterwards I really like how it fits well for my city.
19 June 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by Blondie4377 Great Value (don't sue me Walmart)
This is one of those sets that when you see it, you've already reached for your wallet. Admittedly, I was a little skeptical when I saw the price tag but this set looks PHENOMENAL with the Bike Shop & Café set. The rebuild value is absolutely amazing and is half the reason I bought the set. Although I would have loved to have seen a smaller build like the apartment that you could attach with the main build to make it a full building.
Main Building- This set is an amazing play and display set. I love the small patio and the hamburger build especially. Two things I'm not impressed with, however, is the chair on the top floor (small nitpick) and the open back.
Flower Shop?- Great build. The ability to move the flower build is very nice. Aaaannnnnddd that's all I guess.
Small Apartment (SMALLLLLLLL Apartment)- When I say small apartment I mean SMALL apartment. Other than that, I like this a lot. The build is pretty solid, even though one room is exclusively a bed.
Minifigures- Nothing too special happening here, I usually just swap out faces for custom minifigures.
Lovin the matching with the Detectives office
The bricks kinda make that much sense on the flower shop
25 May 2016