The 10 Best Salad Servers
This wiki has been updated 15 times since it was first published in October of 2016. It's easy enough to say you're going to eat more leafy greens, but not quite as simple to dish up a big salad without making a mess and giving everyone unequal portions. That's where these salad servers come in. From purely functional to stylish and decorative, our selection includes a variety of options, but all make it a lot easier to distribute your healthy vegetables. When users buy our independently chosen editorial recommendations, we may earn commissions to help fund the Wiki. Skip to the best salad server on Amazon.
New Hampshire Bowl & Board Wooden Fingers The long handles and big tines found on the New Hampshire Bowl & Board Wooden Fingers ensure that you can make short work of mixing and serving any type of salad. Each set is handmade in the USA from black walnut and so attractive that you may not want to stash it in a drawer. newhampshirebowlandboard.com
Vagabond House Tribeca You'll need to shell out quite a bit of lettuce for the Vagabond House Tribeca, but if you're a fan of mid-century modern style, this set may just be worth it. Plus, the teak handles feel smooth in the hand, making them a pleasure to use as well as look at. vagabondhouse.com
July 24, 2019:
Like a good salad spinner, salad servers make it much easier to eat your greens. But, unfortunately, the Dansk Soren Servers and the Bamboo Barn set have become somewhat hard to find, so we have elected to remove them. We have opted to keep the Guzzini Vintage Transparent, however, even though all colors may not be readily available at any one time. We added the Bisda Rainbow as another colorful option, one that also comes in black for those who don't need something quite so eye-catching. For those who prefer the warmth of wood, we still like the Tramanto Olive Wood, and we've selected the Muso Wood Acacia, as well. Note that these are not as simple to care for as some, since they shouldn't be placed in the dishwasher or left to soak in dressing or water. You'll probably want to dry them immediately after washing, too. The same goes for the Totally Bamboo Edward Salad Hands, but they're fun and functional and, for many users, worth the care required.