Shanghai, Tijuana, Kyoto, Naples, Hanoi. No, we aren’t talking about the trip of a lifetime, jet-setting around the world from one exotic location to the next. But it’s possible to get a taste of these destinations at Enex – and on your lunch break, too.
Head up to the Scandinavian-style dining room to feast on a veritable treasure trove of culinary delights. Here’s a sample of some of the global cuisines you can dive into at Enex…
Zambrero’s dishes pack a tasty punch, whether it’s a burrito, bowl, taco or quesadilla.
Their fully-customisable options allow you to choose whether to add guac or jalapenos, corn salsa or spicy sauce, and gluten-free, vegan or health-conscious items are clearly noted on the menu.
When you buy a meal from Zambrero, you’re also helping a worthy cause – this “Mexican with a mission” means that a plate of food is donated to someone in need for every bowl or burrito that’s purchased. Tastes good, feels good!
Award-winning Italian pizza chef Raffaele Brotzu has amassed a cult following for his delectable pizza by the slice, which is dished up from the counter of Delisio.
Thin and crispy, the base is what makes this pizza sing and the square slices allow you to mix and match flavours. Try provola and sausage or the sexy pig with chilli, pumpkin and prosciutto, or enjoy the many vegetarian options like a marinated mushroom trio or potato and rosemary. They also serve mouth-watering pastas and smooth espresso to add to the Italian allure.
Fresh and fragrant, the flavours of Vietnam are instantly recognisable. Mint, chilli, lemongrass, coriander and ginger ensnare the senses when you front up to Phi Yen or Roll’d, which offer a selection of the country’s most famous street food dishes in dine-in and take-away options.
At Roll’d, rice paper rolls come in varieties like soft shell crab and barramundi and avocado, or there are the banh mi baguette rolls in roast pork or lemongrass beef.
For something warming at Phi Yen, try the classic Vietnamese pho, or opt for a zesty noodle salad topped with spring rolls. There are plenty of options to cater for a variety of dietary requirements.
Experience a taste of the Land of the Rising Sun at two of Enex’s eateries.
Matsuri has both a set menu or by-the-plate ordering, allowing diners to sample a smorgasbord of Japanese fare. Sashimi dotted with wasabi, salty edamame, savoury teriyaki and crispy tempura are among the highlights – the hardest part is trying to choose from the delectable list.
Like its name suggests, Sushia specialises in quality sushi rolls in a bounty of flavours. Rice is carefully wrapped in nori and filled with avocado, prawns or salmon, making for a delicious and healthy lunchtime treat. Those who are gluten-free or vegan will be kept happy at these two establishments.
And there’s more…
Enex really is a one-stop-shop when you need to escape the rigours of daily life through food.