Green Grocer is LEGO set 10185-1. It has a score of 92. This is good compared to all other sets. The set is recommended by 5 reviews, based on 6 scored reviews and 6 reviews total. It is ranked in the top 4.28% scored sets on Brick Insights. We know this set was released in 2008, and it is categorised in Advanced models.
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This is an incredible set and the best of the three in my opinion. It is hard to top Café Corner but I believe Green Grocer just did. I absolutely love all the details and building techniques that went into making this set. There is a ton of different parts and wide color selection. As usual, we get a bunch of tiles and small plates, but that goes with the series. Also, we get four minifigs and lots of minifig accessories.
I fell in love with this set from the moment I saw it, and at the time had yet to branch out into City, however I am so glad I did whilst this set was still on sale at S@H. Anyone who has any doubts should definitely not miss out on owning one of the true AFOL Lego masterpieces out there.
Great set and very fun to build. The "removable" floors are a key element to letting the kids really play with the set. One additional feature that I appreciate is the fact that many decorative elements are created by combining standard pieces in an unusual way---the railing on the roof deck, for example, is made out of "skeleton legs" and "hatchets." The kids really got a kick out of this one. A challenging build with a lot of parts though, take your time! One star off because although the front of the building is very detailed, the other sides are pretty lackluster. The rear shows a fire escape which is great, but otherwise it's a lot of green brick with few other items of interest. This was one of Lego's earlier entries in this theme, and they really improved with later models.