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Rollie Olie (The Star Vista)

474 Wishlisted
~$15/pax
An Asian Fusion Restaurant. Rolled with the freshest ingredients, our made-to-order sushi rolls, poke bowls and other fun creations will change your sushi experience for good.

1 Vista Exchange Green
#02-05 Star Vista
Singapore 138617

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Friday:
11:30am - 10:00pm

Saturday:
11:30am - 10:00pm

Sunday:
10:30am - 09:30pm

Monday:
11:30am - 10:00pm

Tuesday:
11:30am - 10:00pm

Wednesday:
11:30am - 10:00pm

Thursday:
11:30am - 10:00pm

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📍Buona Vista (Star Vista)

i alw get the Salmon mentaiko roll (can’t rmb the exact name) and it’s quite ex (~$16-18 iirc) BUT pls go try it’s WORTH

Got half of each type of roll for a total of $17.20. This place is delicious and it’s always been my guilty pleasure... but seriously? $17 for one full roll? After eating this healthy but not-so-filling meal, I have to fast for the next 2 lunches alr

I get that the ingredients are a lot but I’ve had similar rolls in CBD for way cheaper :/ Aussie Roll where you at!

You can choose either half rolls or full rolls. Each has lots of ingredients and I am only listing a few here. The dos amigos roll (top picture) was amazing, containing unagi with cream cheese, avocado, tamago and crunchy tempura bits amongst other things. The flavour and textures complemented each other well. Caterpillar, with crab meat, jicama, avocado, and other ingredients, was also tasty but did not have the satisfying crunch of the other. Overall the rolls are pricey but worth trying!

A healthy salad lunch in mind often brings me to Rollie Olie.

Chosen Pacific Sunset | $13.40 which is served with seared tuna, soft boiled egg, french bean, lettuce, tomato, potato, olives and anchovy red wine vinaigrette. Full of colours that is needed in my dietary!

‘Tis a simple dish of fried fish fillets, modestly dressed lettuce, simple steamed rice, and a copious amount of mentaiko mayonnaise, but it sure is satisfying.

The crumb on the fish fillet was crisp and excellent, while the fish encased inside was flaky and had a nice, firm texture. That mentaiko mayo, as expected, was the undisputed MVP of the game. As you can see, it was slightly grainy, giving the mentaiko mayonnaise a very addictive grainy texture with the occasional pop every now and then. It was creamy, mildly briny, and unbelievably umami. Delicious stuff, I tell ya hwat.

This is the straightforward story of when fried fish met mentaiko mayo, but damn it’s one helluva love story. Miles better than twilight, to be honest.

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Dos Amigo (~$14.95): hands down one of the better unagi rolls I’ve had. Instead of the classic rice and cucumber filling, this roll goes with not just that, but avocado, cream cheese and TEMPURA CRUNCH!! 🍣 Plump unagi sat on top of the rice roll, flavoured with a nice amount of sauce and sprinkled with tempura bits for the texture 😛 Also, the cream cheese was probably the best addition to this maki roll — smooth, creamy and consistent. Not to be dramatic or anything, but Rollie Ollie you have won my heart with your generous toppings 😋

Ig @goodfomood

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