144 Edward St, Brisbane City QLD 4000, Australia
144 Edward Street Brisbane City QL
(07) 3221 7796
Monday 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Tuesday 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Wednesday 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Thursday 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Friday 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM
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Benjamin Wong said 4 years ago
They have a good selection of Vietnamese rice paper roll in different ingredients. Slightly pricey, but tastes great. What's even better is the service. One of my roll broke while the waiter was serving me, and he offered to give a new roll for free. Way to make a customer happy, the environment was comfortable, and the air con is a great escape from the summer heat.
Kylie Kamprad said 4 years ago
Roll'd was recommended to me by a work mate and it is so delicious I have gone back each day for the past three days. I tried the roast duck steamed bun (bao) first, the duck was really tasty. Had that with sweet potato fries (not soft and a little crunchy, it was great) and peach iced tea. The second meal I tried was the lemongrass beef Banh Mi (baguette). The beef was a little thick and chewy, and I do think that could be cooked a little juicier, but despite this the sauce and lemongrass complimented it quite well. I just found the baguette to be a little too dry though - but overall still really quite delicious, the sauces they have flavour the meal great as well. The meal I had today however has to be more be my favourite: pork and prawn rice paper rolls, that were so succulent, and the rice paper was fresh, soft and delicious! The rolls were also a lot larger than most Vietnamese places have it, packed with a lot of ingredients, so it is definitely worth the $4.20. I had pork spring rolls and - I'll admit when I first saw them I thought they would be dry and horrible as the outside likes dry and crunchy. With the fish sauce though, it was one of the best spring rolls I've ever had! Including cooked fresh from Vietnamese restaurants. And they were quite large again. If anyone wants to try here, I recommend the steam bun and rice paper rolls. Can't wait to try the veg spring rolls next! Definitely worth going here. But I do hope they fix the baguettes. A little disappointed they were so dry and crisp.
Gillian Johnson said 4 years ago
Staff are friendly & helpful. Would love some more vegie / vegan options with the tofu rolls. Catering is always prompt & good quality.
Mel NGUYEN said 4 years ago
Just ordered beef lemon grass noodle salads- im questioning what type of beefnis this? it is riddiculously chewwy. I wonder how older people who has problem with their teeth can eat this? please taste your own beef-dissapointed !!!!!
Amita N said 4 years ago
Daily lunch time visit, the banh mi is beautiful, tired the pho and cant say its the best pho but it is nice. best pho is aj vietnamese in the city. The rice paper roll is a hit and miss. Sometimes they are all dried out and really hard, always check the sauce you ask for as they always make a mistake with them. As for the manager, not the most inviting person for someone that is in a customer facing role and is serving majority of the time. However i have seen her be very friendly/accommodating to others .
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