Rollin169, Kensington

MELBOURNE | Rollin169 is a hole in the wall Vietnamese cafe that was opened by owner Loc, last year in Kensington. It’s proven a hit amongst locals, and I recently popped in to grab some shots for What’s On Melbourne.

The menu is a simple one – a selection of bánh mì with non-traditional, but still Vietnamese fillings. Think crispy roast pork, beef mince wrapped in betel leaf, and a vegetarian take on roast pork, that substitutes in tofu. Beyond bánh mì, there’s also rice paper rolls, a rotating daily special or two, like pho and other noodle dishes.

There’s great coffee, both Western and Vietnamese-style, juices, and a small selection of pastries like Portuguese custard tarts. Rollin169 also has a minimal waste ethos. Milk for the coffee is dispensed via a zero-waste keg system, customers are encouraged to bring in their own coffee cups and take away containers, and all packaging is biodegradable.


Rollin169

169 Rankins Road
Kensington
Victoria 3031
Australia

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Open
Tue – Sun: 8:30am to 3:00pm

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