One of the lesser known eateries to open in the Braddon precinct, is Roleee. Offering roti wraps and rice bowls, Roleee provides an Indian twist to fast food. Choose either a roti wrap, rice bowl or salad bowl, then choose from the chicken, beef, goat or vegetarian (chickpea and paneer) options.
The chicken was tender and the curry flavours so tasty and only mildly spicy. The roleee is stuffed full with lentils that it was nearly overflowing. I loved the addition of crispy thin slices of green juicy apple in the roleee which helped to add some freshness and cut through any heaviness. A delicious and affordable lunch.
There are kids roleee versions as well as creamy kulfi for dessert and mango lassi; and shikanji (homemade lemonade) on the drinks menu. I was kindly provided with a small tub of lassi to try which was lovely and thick. Sides include baked samosas, daal soup served with roti and mini roleees for $7.50.
Roleee offers Indian street food that seems to cater for vegetarians and those with gluten intolerances. Service is fast and given with a smile. There are no Braddon price tags so the food is very affordable. I hope it does well.
I’m unsure of opening times but I know it’s open Saturday for lunch! The menu is available on Roleee’s Facebook page.
Value for money 9/10
FPJ score 26/30
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