Review: Roll’d (Sydney CBD)

My friend Sebastian and I had spied Roll’d as a possible lunch destination. I knew thought this was a franchise (it’s not) and, to be honest, it looked very fast food-y. Expectations were not the highest, but we decided to give it a shot anyway.


We ordered goi (Vietnamese salad) with prawn & pork for me and chicken for Sebastian. The salads come with prawn crackers in a separate bag. There’s an option to add extra meat for $2 but the regular amount was fine for us. You are also given the option for some extra fresh chilli at no extra charge. Salads were great, fresh, tasty and reasonably filling.

Pork & prawn salad

Pork & prawn salad ($9.50)

Chicken salad

Chicken salad ($9.50)

We also ordered a couple of low carb soldiers (rice paper rolls). Yes, low carb. These come with fresh vegetables instead of vermicelli and were great. Each comes with your choice of sauce in a small container, and there’s always the option to buy extra.

Rice paper rolls

Fish, chicken rolls

Fish, chicken low carb soldiers ($3.90 each)

I have also tried the salad with lemongrass beef, but my favourite so far is pork and prawn. Given the recent heat wave in Sydney I haven’t been keen on trying the pho, which you can order low carb (with less or no noodles), just yet.

Roll’d O’Connell St
Shop 3 & 4, Swire House
10 Spring St
Sydney NSW 2000
(Enter store off O’Connell St)
(02) 9233 6728

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