- About Us
- Contact Us
Roll’d is a Vietnamese chain which started in Melbourne. It started in 2011-2012 in Melbourne’s CBD and they are growing. They now have about 15 stores all over Melbourne.
Roll’d is mainly a takeaway shop but they do have some seating. I loved the one in SAB where it was welcoming and it was an actual place- the others are all in the food courts of major shopping centres.
In the beginning they used to just sell rice paper rolls (soldiers) and Banh mi (sandwiches). A Banh mi (Vietnamese pork roll) at Roll’d is about $7-$9. I never really go there for the banh mi as I can buy them for cheaper elsewhere. I go there for the soldiers and the bun (rice vermicelli with spring rolls). They cater for vegetarians and gluten free.
They also now have combos which include the pho (rice noodle soup), rice paper rolls and iced tea.
Standards between stores vary, but I really liked the RMIT SAB store as it is always clean and the staff are super friendly. I have had worse elsewhere.