Pasarbella @ Suntec City : Rollie Ollie, WOLF Burgers, Sarnies

Finally checked out this hipsterish food court which felt like a backstreet garage with neon red lightings and liberal graffiti wall prints. The price and type of food sold here (mainly burgers, sandwiches, rice bowls, meats) reminded me of gourmet food trucks that are based permanently in a location. 

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)
10am-10pm daily
*Sarnies Coffee is opened from 8am*