Kind of mixed feelings about this place. It's definitely a very laid-back feeling, sometimes the people working there are very chatty, other times they seem a little too busy talking privately with each other.
According to others, don't trust the opening times completely, but call beforehand and make sure they're open.
Now, ABOUT THE FOOD, personally I was disappointed with the burgers. They were dry, pretty bland, fairly small and overpriced. The fries are oilfree (?) and only served with ketchup, and I'm very much missing some kind of vegannaise option.
I do however love the hotdogs, esp. the hot chörizo with the sundays best relish. They are fairly priced at 29 DKK, one is great for a quick snack and two will leave me full, which seems like a better option than getting one small burger, that won't.
Don't go if your in a rush. If you're lucky you might get your food fast, but when I was there the last time, there happened to be 4 people in line in front of me, and I ended up having to wait for my two hotdogs for 45 minutes. Fortunately the guy was spinning good jams, so I didn't mind too much.
The wraps have been sold out on every occasion I have been there. Salads are good, but the spicy one was indeed spicy. Apparently there's a new menu on its way - hopefully they'll keep the hotdogs!
Cons: Expensive burgers, Not that inventive, Fast food that are slow