The Wood N Spoon has long been one of my favorite soup & sandwich shops in Vero. I first reviewed them almost 3 years ago and fell in love with their food back then. As one of my previous Golden Fork Award winning restaurants, I was curious to check out their newest location in Royale Palm Point and see if the food was just as good as the Oslo Rd location. Chef and Owner, Mike Wood is a native Vero Beach resident, but after receiving his Culinary Arts degree from Johnson & Wales in Charleston, South Carolina, he decided to embark on a 15-year journey working his way around the country. He traveled as far as Alaska, New York, and even down to the Florida Keys. He eventually made his way back to his hometown of Vero Beach and settled in and eventually opened the Wood N Spoon on Oslo Road.
Their newest location in Royale Palm Point just opened a few months ago. It’s conveniently located near the front of the plaza on the right side near The Crab Stop. While it may look small from the front, they have quite a few tables inside if you wish to dine in. On the day of my visit around 10:30am, ample parking was available. The inside has a very fresh, clean, and was simple in design. The food that I tasted during my visit still meets up to Chef Mike’s high standards and offers a very diverse menu with lots of options to choose from. One of my all time favorites on the menu is the Curry Chicken Salad Wrap. Every bite is filled with loads of flavor! It’s a must try next time you stop by!
Now let’s jump right in and see what this place has to offer and what I had to eat!
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