First, make sure to sample the banana pudding.

It is so good that between opening Wellmade Market in Cos Cob and running his New Canaan sandwich shop, owner Eugene Chun cannot make enough to keep up with demand.

Other customer favorites include the capri panini, chicken burrata cutlet and Green Machine fresh juice. “We know people are on the go, so we created a menu that’s for the whole family,” Chun said.

He and his family launched Wellmade Market with a soft opening in late December. Since then, the cafe has been open Monday through Saturday from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. They are using this soft opening period to understand their Greenwich customers and make changes based upon the response.

Already, they decided to eliminate the walnuts from their pesto following a mother’s request, according to Sheila Arabolos, Wellmade Market manager and Chun’s sister.

Beginning Feb. 12, Wellmade will operate at its regular hours: 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday; 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturdays; and 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Sundays.

The shop features mostly made-to-order sandwiches, paninis, wraps, salads and espresso drinks. Soon, they’ll also roll out Wellmade’s smoothie menu and acai bowls, Arabolos said.

Already, they sell kombucha on tap, and due to customer demand, they are adding more grab-and-go options, she said.

“We are a family business trying to bring a variety of freshly made foods to Cos Cob,” Arabolos said. “A one-stop shop with sandwiches, soups, prepared foods and a full-service coffee program.”

Wellmade is located in the new mixed-use development sandwiched between The Cos Cobber and Cos Cob Farms. The nearly 7,700 square-foot building was recently completed following demolition of the former property, which had housed a Corbo’s Corner Deli.

Chun and his siblings, who help out with Wellmade and Connecticut Sandwich Co., are Wilton natives. They grew up going to Fairfield County’s delis and, Chun said, he always hoped to open his own.

After attending culinary school and working at a deli in Washington, D.C., he returned home and opened Connecticut Sandwich in 2013. Chun said his overarching goal has been to provide “the type of thing you can get in the city,” with more gourmet and healthy food options than most delis.

“Our end game has always been to be in Greenwich,” he said.

Wellmade’s menu will be continually updated, and the family hopes to feature local pop-up vendors, such as shaved ice in the summer, in a corner of the shop that’s currently mostly empty.

Wellmade Market has both indoor and outdoor seating, and is located at 59 E. Putnam Ave.

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