A popular spot with salad fans, sitting in cute stadium seating inside the shop, waiting with tickets at the ready. Most were passing through, grabbing some takeaway fare (a few quite clearly were dropping in from the gym or training – it was a very healthy looking crowd which is common in Copenhagen).
Their food philosophy is pretty clear cut. They do food; real, fresh, great tasting, whole food. It’s there waiting, cut fresh in the cabinet, they throw it together for you and you take a seat in the sun outside or put it in your bike basket and take it away (if you can wait that long).
We perused the cabinet finding it tough to decide what we didn’t want in our make-your-own salad. Fresh cut fruits, vegetables, pulled pork, ox, chicken, salmon, super foods and endless other choices for whatever tickles your fancy whet the appetite. Choose from the combinations on the board or make your own. We asked the lovely (and very gorgeous) Emil to help us decide and he came up with a couple of tasty combinations.
Emil made me a quinoa, edamame, tomatoes, green beans, seed mix, spring onions, roasted capsicum. The Hubby had Ox with edamame, melon, cucumber, baby spinach, fresh chilli & roasted peanuts. Warning: they are generous servings. Thankfully, they are served intake away containers so you can carry it home for later. Trust me, you won’t be throwing it out!
Wedofood also does a signature smoothie (yoghurt, berries and honey) and a green juice if that’s more what you’re in the mood for. The fridge is stocked with bottled organic juices and the coffee is strong and smooth. Pair it with one if the raw chocolate treats or try a hot cacao instead, if you’re feeling naughty. If you are preparing for an afternoon of drinks at the bars around the corner, you’ll be happy to know you can grab a glass of wine, cava or a beer with lunch too.
2100 København Ø
Cost: salads from 59kn / coffee from 20kn
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Skye is the founder and editor-in-chief of The Fit Traveller.
She is a journalist, writer, photographer, intrepid traveller and a former personal trainer with a passion for helping others reach optimal health.
As a TV journalist and producer, Skye has worked for household names such as 60 Minutes, Sunrise, TODAY and Nine News. She has also written for Women’s Health, Fodor’s Travel and Yahoo7 Travel, among many others.
Equally comfortable in a 5-star resort or hiking a far-off mountain, Skye loves the unexpected and enriching life experiences that each trip brings and can often be found in a backstreet chatting to locals with her camera in hand.
Skye is based in Sydney, working to master the balance between motherhood and her appetite for adventure.
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