Location: Perth CBD – 140 William – Railway Lane
The development of 140 William St finally appears to be complete with the last remaining spot finally fitted out, home to Roll’d. Roll’d are a chain across Australia presenting a range of Vietnamese dishes. One of my work colleagues mentioned they had recently visited Roll’d so stopped by for a takeaway order of bahn mi and also iced coffee. The venue has plenty of seating for dine in and the menu offers rice paper rolls, pho (soup), bahn mi varieties, noodle salads, rice dishes, Vietnamese salads and pancakes, plus a few sides. Quite a selection of Vietnamese cuisine on offer which looked really exciting. I’m not a coffee drinker though I rather enjoyed the iced coffee with sweetened condensed milk in Vietnam. A few slurps of this and I was loving it!
Bahn Mi Roast Pork and Pork Crackling
Roll’d Food Review Summary
Verdict: I got back to my desk and surveyed the well filled bahn mi. First bite in presented lots of fresh sliced carrots, cucumber, roast pork, and crunchy pork crackling. Chilli is optional but I definitely asked for it. The coriander is distinctive and the bahn mi is tasty, though, lacking in a few areas. The bun is nice though is not like the baguettes made at Le Vietname which are amazing. There is a spread of mayo and pate, though the pate is undetectable. The bahn mi appears a little dry whereas it should be moist. It’s not a bad representation, though it could be better. The iced coffee was excellent though.
Recommendation: Worth Visiting Again
Roll’d Restaurant Details
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