The Ennex 100 building in the Perth CBD still seems to be unknown to many. Even more unknown is the food court upstairs. In that food court is the choice of two coffee shops, this coffee shop is by far the superior one.
Just Eat is a relatively new store to the Ennex 100 building and they bring with them a concept unknown in Perth until now. Modeled off a British store, Just Eat offers fresh made food in brightly coloured packaging. They stock breakfast, lunch, snacks and drinks. Everything is made fresh in their Woodside kitchen (there's also another Just Eat coffee shop there) and brought down by trolley to the shop daily.
The ingredients used are fresh, additive and preservative free and free range. There are vegetarian and gluten free options as well. Breakfast includes yoghurts, toasties, fruit and bircher muesli. There are many options for lunch from sandwiches to baguettes to rice paper rolls and salads. I would highly recommend the chicken deluxe baguette, with chicken, bacon, brie cheese, leafy greens, home made aioli and home made sweet chilli sauce it is just an explosion of flavour.
Along with the food, there are the options of sweets. Brownies, cheesecake, fruit balls, shortbread and so much more. Once again there are gluten free options and dairy free options. It seems there's something for everyone here. They also sell drinks. The juices are freshly made and are nothing but fruit. I watched them make a batch and all the ingredients are listed on the labels.
Finally, there is the coffee. The coffee shops in Perth are renowned for their high prices and small servings, Just Eat is challenging this. $4 will get you a small coffee, which seems to be a regular when compared to most stores. $5 is a large, which would equate to a jumbo across the board.
The staff use Perth's own 5 Senses beans and to keep some variety they have two blends. The first blend is their standard and the second is an ever changing international blend. The blend I sampled was the Guatemala La Traversia which was very soft in the mouth and had hints of jasmine, peach and lemon grass. This is definitely the place for connoisseurs of the bean.
The shops is bright and a little sterile looking, the food is a little expensive compared to the price of the coffee and water and it is take away only, but give it a shot. If you're in the CBD and hankering for a coffee, head to the food court at the Ennex 100 and look for the lime green store with glowing Just Eat sign.