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FREE Banh Xeo (Vietnamese Pancakes) @ Rolld (VIC/QLD/ACT) (Print Voucher) Valid 28/07-01/08

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FREE Banh Xeo (Vietnamese crepe) at Rolld stores with voucher.

Was sent in an email for joining 'Rolld Life' a while back.

Email states you MUST print the voucher and present it at a Rolld store for free Banh Xeo.
Valid from 28/07/14 to 01/08/14 inclusive
Assuming valid at all stores.

Store locations:
http://www.rolld.com.au/locations.htm

Related Stores

Roll'd Vietnamese Food
Roll'd Vietnamese Food

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    Voucher for single use only

  • -2 votes

    Another hipster style "restaurant"?

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    Authentic Vietnamese restaurants are plentiful. Why would you go to some crappy franchise. This is no more authentic than Salsa is Mexican.

    • +2 votes

      Do you see westerners go to authentic vietnamese restaurants eating banh xeo?

      It's like bbh, westerners still don't know what it is. They are trying to expose to the world all the authentic food of Vietnam.

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        LOL, and you think roll'd is authentic. Okay

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          Did I say it was authentic. Lol. I said authentic food of Vietnam. Learn to read.

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          You're right, they're not close, they're better here, due to the fact the ingredients here are better quality. In vietnam,. the oldest buffalo with the stringiest cuts of meats are used, lol

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          @tchi6: regarding your claim, I don't know if you are just plain ignorant or never have a proper bowl of pho in Vietnam.
          Good ingredients + bad cook + unoriginal cooking method = still bad,
          while Not as good ingredients + good cooks + traditional cooking method = much better quality
          Btw, if you think ppl use "the oldest buffalo with the stringiest cuts of meats are used", that bowl of pho must be dirt cheap like 50c or something. You may wanna pay a little bit higher next time :)
          You remind me of some guys I know who went to a Chinese Sushi Shop, bought a $2 sushi roll and complain that Japanese food doesn't taste good :)

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          @sushiyasha:
          I dunno.

          I dont see much logic in your response.
          Most chefs and logic agrees that if you put shit in, you get shit out.
          No amount of salt, sugar, chilli can disguise poor ingredients.
          If you dont believe me, you try to cook a quality meal with a stinky 10 day old fish!

          I say contrary to you.
          The most important part of cooking is the ingredients.
          Thats why its always better to shop local, get local ingredients etc. Fresh = good.

          And thats why food standards are important, and the standards of food in Aus are better than Vietnam. But, in Aus we are less likely to find the same ingredients as in Vietnam. So, Vietnam food made in Australia will not taste like Vietnam food made in Vietnam.

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          @butas: I think Pho here tastes better (other than what my mama makes)!! If you want good Pho in VN you'd be paying $10-$15 AUD for a bowl where as here it's $8-10. They also get Australian beef imported since VN beef isn't as good quality.

  • -3 votes

    Rolld = much ripoff of Grill'd?

  • +1 vote

    OP, do we have to buy other foods?

    I just want the freebie….. :)

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    How come your voucher doesn't look like it's from an email? Did u print it using colored ink (gasp)?

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    Never see any of this shop in Sydney here. What is their normal price is like? Especially comparing to the average Vietnamese Pho's price around average suburban area.

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    With all the positive votes, has anyone aside from the poster with the original coupon managed to redeem this offer with a printout?

  • +9 votes

    Banh Xeo Recipe (courtesy of SBS) (with my personal modifications)
    http://www.sbs.com.au/food/recipes/vietnamese-pancake-banh-x...

    Batter

    500 g rice flour
    4–5 cups water
    1 cup coconut cream
    1 tsp ground turmeric
    pinch of salt
    1 bunch spring onions (scallions), chopped 
    vegetable oil
    

    Filling

    500 g pork belly (uncooked)
    500 g beansprouts
    1 onion, sliced
    cooked shrimps, (remove the shells)
    Vietnamese mint, Vietnamese basil and Vietnamese coriander leaves, to serve
    

    Instructions

    1 Cook the pork belly into salted boiling water for 15 - 20 minutes. Slice thinly and set aside.
    2 Don't blanch the beansprouts in boiling water - it's better as they will soften a little when cooked.
    3 Prepare the batter by mixing the rice flour with water, coconut cream, turmeric, salt and chopped shallots.
    4 In a NON STICK frying pan, heat just enough oil to cover the pan (tip off excess) and fry a spoonful of the onion for a couple of minutes until translucent.
    5 Stir the batter and then pour a cup full of batter mixture into the pan with the onion. Tilt the pan so that the mixture spreads thinly. When the batter begins to crisp around the edge, add some shrimp, 4 or 5 slices of pork belly and a spoonful of beansprouts. Make sure the edges don't stick to the pan by brushing a little more oil around the edge of the pancake. You want to cook until the pancake is crispy on the bottom.
    6 Fold one half of the pancake over the ingredients and slip onto serving plate. Serve with fresh Vietnamese herbs (Vietnamese mint, Vietnamese basil, coriander leaves etc)and fresh crunchy lettuce leaves. Repeat the process.

    • +2 votes

      No you idiot.
      I saw it in the store.
      Why you look on the website? You want home delivery too?

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    Mate, cool it with the superiority complex. You're not adding anything to the discussion other than being negative.

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    I like Roll'd.
    The food is tasty, well priced and I dont care if its authentic or not. I reckon it tastes better than most of the other "fast food" rubbish we are offered. I bet its more healthy too.c

    Good deal.

  • +3 votes

    Eat a lot of Viet and these guys were about the worst I have tried. They didn't know what bun was and they couldn't even boil noodles properly (Bris store)

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    Can someone please post if they manage to redeem it with the coupon provided? I'm keen to give it a shot! Thanks!!

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    I'm here because Thao sent me!!

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    Just redeemed at Barkly Square, Brunswick (VIC)! The roast pork with crackling banh xeo is very tasty :D

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    Anyone tried scanning the QR code in the voucher? I got directed to an UK college's website when I did

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    I was the first to redeem at Southland.
    I ordered the Mushroom Tofu version and I was quite impressed. Very tasty.

    Dont know If I would pay full price $6+ though, however I can see that there is extra work required to produce this.

    Again, nice offer.
    I printed 2 out, Im going again tomorrow. (it pays for the petrol)

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    Had the bbq chicken one today for lunch - it was delicious!

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    We ordered 5 between our group today. It was pretty tasty but at close to $7 i would never buy one! What a joke! Also, the service was soooo slow. Approx 5 minute wait for effectively an egg pancake with pre-made chicken or pork. If it was $4, id give it a tick.

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      Thats exactly what I thought.
      Nice, tasty but too expensive. $4.50 would be the most I'd pay.

      I reckon it will disappear from the menu in due course.

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