The wait is over for Vietnamese food fans in Perth as Rolld launches its very first West Australian store on 5 May 2015!

Fast, fresh, healthy and flavoursome, Rolld Vietnamese Street Food is now enjoyed almost all around Australia with stores in VIC, NSW, QLD, ACT and now WA.

This wasn’t always the case, Rolld started as a small eatery in Melbourne’s CBD. It didn’t take long, however, for word to get out and Rolld now find themselves with thousands of dedicated fans tired of the same old salad sandwich or greasy take-away lunch.

Located in Cloisters Arcade, 200 St George Terrace, Perth, the Rolld Cloisters Arcade store will seat 50 people and will dish up all the Rolld Vietnamese favourites including fresh Banh Mi, flavour-packed Rice Paper Rolls and steaming hot Phở made using Mama Hoang’s traditional Vietnamese recipes.

Plus to celebrate the launch of the new store, customers can come in and try Rolld’s famous rice paper ‘Rolld Soldiers’ for free from 11am until 3pm. That’s right, for FREE!

Customers can choose from a variety of delicious flavours including the always-popular Prawn and Pork, succulent BBQ Chicken, Barramundi, Soft Shell Crab or Tofu. Also on offer are the Rolld ‘low-carb’ soldiers, made without vermicelli noodles, and packed full of fresh red and white cabbage, cucumber, onion, pickled vinegar, lean shallot, mint and coriander and a selection of either Barramundi, Tofu or Chicken breast.

“We’re thrilled with how Rolld has been received in Victoria, The ACT, QLD and most recently in NSW. The response has been amazing and we are confident that our fresh, convenient and delicious menu items will appeal to the West Australian market as well.” says Bao Hoang, Co-founder of Rolld.

While all of this fresh, fun, flavoursome, FREE Food is sure to attract queues, the Rolld team assure you won’t be standing in it for long – Rolld delivers its addictive Vietnamese offering at lightning fast speed without compromising quality and nutrition.

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