We love Vietnamese food because not only does it make use of the freshest produce available, it puts sharing and communal dining as paramount. It’s this essence that Roll’d – somewhat of an Australian institution these days – succeeds in capturing at every one of its restaurants. This particular restaurant is amongst the buzz of the Perth CBD and can be found on William Street. Speaking of buzz, there’s a definite one to be heard, seen and felt during a visit to Roll’d, as this is Vietnamese eating at its very best. Perth is going crazy for Roll’d so reserve your table now.
When in Perth CBD you’re not going to be short of places to pick up a nibble, but if Vietnamese is what your stomach desires then why would you look any further than Roll’d on William Street? This Roll’d is one of throughout Australia and there’s simply no ignoring the fact that when a restaurant spans so wide, the quality of the food is going to be second to none. Not just that, Roll’d on William Street is in a prime spot, right next to Perth Underground and surrounded by shops, theatres, and cool stuff to do. So, as we said, if in the CBD, Vietnamese at Roll’d is where it’s at.
From the menu you can expect a host of genuinely authentic plates and nibbles. Using recipes passed down through generations by hard-working Vietnamese mums, Roll’d stays true to how the people of Vietnam like to dine, and what they like to dine on. Pick up a bowl of pho – a noodle soup that is probably the national dish of Vietnam – banh mi (Viet baguettes), banh xeo (Viet pancakes), or some vibrant cuon (Viet rice paper rolls). There’s plenty more, of course, and you’re going to love it all.
Not the most authentic Vietnamese. Pho wasn't packed with flavours and soup was only warm but not hot. Rice paper rolls were not the best we had either. However, nice venue and friendly staffs