agree with all pp...any kitchen is great & will get lots of play & love. i think it's personal pref on the look you like for her & what she tends to like.
we have had our elves & angels christina's sink/stove for almost 2 yrs, picked up the fridge last year, & just picked up a matching hutch from etsy for christmas. i LOVE the natural, unfinished wood & look to them & they are super sturdy & will be able to be handed down.
that being said, at $150-$180 each piece, we could have saved a ton & gone with the kidkraft grand gourmet kitchen which is adorable, esp for a little girl's room. i have seen some kidkraft ones in person (and guidecraft, ikea & m&D) and they are all similar. realistic extras, combo of hardwood & mdf, non toxic paints (supposedly) & good reputations. ikea's is very simple...without all the bells & whistles which can be nice if you like that.
my biggest piece of advice (besides durability) is to make sure there is tons of storage. we have such a collection now of wooden play food, green toys, ikea & plan toys accessories & i like having a place for everything to properly "go". and so does dd.
we did a kidkraft vanity for dd1s 3rd bday. also really cute & so far, very durable.
we did guidecraft for her little table & chairs. very durable.
PS-the kidkraft bright pastel mixer & toaster are adorable accessories. we saw them in person at a local toy store & my dad is getting them for dd1 for christmas.