Drinks include a peach, strawberry and grape smoothie (pounds 3, take-away) and a blend of carrot, apple, fennel and ginger juice (pounds 2). As well as wheatgrass, the available supplements include wheatgerm, lecithin, spirulina, echinacea and royal jelly, all for 50p a shot. Jus also offers "meal replacements" (pounds 3 to pounds 3.50), the sort of thing hospitals serve patients who are incapable of eating solids. These include toast and marmalade; blueberry muffin and banana; and muesli bread, dried fruits and honey, for which you will need a spoon.
Jus Cafe, 30-32 Foubert's Place, London W1 (0171-734 7522). Open Mon- Sat 8am-7pm
Toast and marmalade drink
Looks terrible, tastes tolerable, if you like marmalade. Jus makes it in a "k-tek" smoother; an ordinary blender or food processor may leave lumps.
2 slices brown toast
Blend all the ingredients together for one minute. Chill, then serve.
Passion fruit, nectarine and guava smoothie
A delicious, not too thick smoothie, made with nothing but fresh fruit.
1 passion fruit
250ml guava juice
Blend all the ingredients together for one minute. Chill, then serve. nReuse content