Contrary to the positive reviews I've heard, the sushi rolls from Rollie Ollie were mediocre and pricy. The Heat Wave ($14.95) did not trigger any spicy wave at all and the rice was dry. The Don Amigos ($14.95), an unagi roll with cheese, cod roe and cucumber, was better in terms of flavors but it's difficult to satisfy any unagi craving with the thin, flat servings.
I became excited by the words "Salted Egg Mayo" when I read the description of Buttermilk Chicken Burger ($9.90) on Wolf Burger's menu board. The dark browned chicken looked temptingly delicious but it seemed to be deep-fried for too long, resulting in a super crunchy but somewhat dry, chewy texture. The flavor of salted egg was not intense either.
From Sarnies, the highly raved Beef Pastrami ($11.90) is nowhere near those NY deli-style
pastrami sandwiches which come with a towering heap of peppery sliced meat. Some cuts are quite fatty, thankfully there were some sourish pickles and saukeraut to tease the tastebuds. I can't seem to enjoy this as much as the tuna melt sandwich ($6.90), though I won't have ordered this if I had known about the meagre portions.
For those looking for a fuller meal, just prepared to fork out more from the wallet. The food seemed to be more misses than hits so far, but it's still too early to call a conclusion since I've only tried 3 stalls, oops nope, 4 stalls including the salad bowl from Pimp My Salad.
Pasarbella @ Suntec City
NorthWing #01-455, 3 Temasek Blvd, 038983 (Nearer to Tower 1 and 2)
*Sarnies Coffee is opened from 8am*