6 Woodlands Square
#B2-02 Woods Square
Singapore 737737

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11:00am - 09:30pm

11:00am - 09:30pm

11:00am - 09:30pm

11:00am - 09:30pm

11:00am - 09:30pm

11:00am - 09:30pm

11:00am - 09:30pm

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ordered aloha poke and wild about wasabi 😊😋 Great amount of tuna and salmon in the poke bowl. Aloha poke consist of cucumber , tamago, purple onion, spring onion, alfalfa, flying fish roe, sesame seed and classic soy sauce . Wild about wasabi consist of cucumber , tamago, radish, salmon roe, shiso leaf , sesame seed and wasabi sauce. 👍👍

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Another new place from the central has reach the north side!

Rollie Olie just opened their new outlet here at Woods Square, offering their signature sushi and poke bowl.

Gotten their cali dream signature roll, which decorated in such a beautiful order with fried prawn, tamago, chives, jicama, avocado, cucumber, crunch, strawberries and eel & yuzu mustard. Overall was surprised good combination and the crunch added it crunchy bites taste to it.

1-for-1 sushi roll at @rollieoliesg in @woodssquaresg

CATERPILLAR (S$12+/ 8pcs)
Avocado, crab meat, cucumber, jicama, flying fish roe, sesame seed, eel sauce
Love the sweet sauce which complimented the sushi

K POP (S$12+/ 8pcs)
Spicy crab meat, kimchi, avocado, cucumber, jicama, chives, flying fish roe, spicy mayo
Quite spicy, can’t really taste the crab meat

Rollie Olie
Address 🏡 : 6 Woodlands Square, # B2-02 Woods Square, Singapore 🇸🇬 737 737
Tel ☎️ : 8188 1531
Open ⏰ : 11am - 9.30pm
Website 🌐 : https://www.rollieolie.com/
Note 📝 : Got 7% GST for takeaway

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fried prawn, tamago, chives, jicama, avocado, cucumber, crunch, strawberries, eel & yuzu mustard

definitely lighter on the palate compared to their sunkissed salmon roll! really enjoyed this due to the harmonious blend of flavours and textures. just imagine the contrast in textures from the tamago, crispy fried prawn (neither bready nor oily!!) and creamy avocado 🤩 the strawberry slice, seemingly just for the aesthetics, also added a unique refreshing touch of sweetness. loved the combination of the sweetened eel sauce and tangy yuzu mustard too!

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one of their classics, this sunkissed salmon consists of rice generously filled with crabmeat, avocado and cucumber, blanketed by nicely torched salmon then topped with tobiko. however, i wasn’t particularly impressed by this as i felt it lacked variation in texture. apart from the crunch of the cucumber, everything was soft and creamy. perhaps due to the mayo overload as well. having 3 types of mayo — normal, wasabi and mentaiko — in it, it got cloying after a few pieces. half a roll is just nice imo! also tasted quite ordinary and not really worth the price. have to give props to the generous ingredients though!

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Remembered visiting Rollie Ollie back in the day when they had first opened at The Star Vista — their very first outlet taking over the former premises of now-defunct Sweet Musings, and serves up sushi rolls and even poké fish on sticks; now they are an established brand with multiple outlets, including a new one at Woods Square which is pretty convenient for me.

I hadn’t been back to Rollie Ollie for a while, but they had since expanded their menu to include Poké Bowls, Rice Bowls, Açai Bowls, Salads and Japnese Tapas — all whilst also serving up specialty coffee, milkshakes and tea; pretty surprised that they also do special concoctions of coffee such as an Iced Earl Grey Coffee and Iced Yuzu Tonic Coffee. There is option for a set at an additional charge of $6 — adds a Japanese Tapas item and Soup/Iced Lemon Tea on top of the chosen Rice Bowl/Sushi Roll/Poké Bowl/Salad Bowl option which is a decent deal

K-Pop is a sushi roll that features elements such as spicy crab meat, kimchi, avocado, jicama, cucumber, fish roe, chives & spicy mayo — the naming possibly being derived from the use of kimchi in the roll. This particular item stood out whilst skimming through the menu given my love for sushi that comes with spicy mayo in general. The sushi roll came reasonably firm; it’s well-wrapped considering the “looser” elements that this particular roll comes with as compared to the other roll that we have had — but the individual slices do hold up against the weight of the fillings pretty well without disintegrating into a mess easily. First taste of the sushi and the spicy crab meat that is marinated in the spicy mayo hits immediately — it’s mildly spicy; suitable for those with lower tolerance to spiciness, whilst carrying with just a very slight hint of peppery savouriness, and the sushi rice comes just lightly sweetened. All that goes along well with the crunch of the kimchi that provides a contrasting hint of spiciness that matches that of the spicy mayo, along with a slight tanginess typical of kimchi, while the cucumber gives a further crunch with a neutral flavour to cuts off the tang and spiciness nicely.

Rollie Ollie is a welcome addition the neighbourhood considering how Woodlands is a place that somehow lacks healthy food options such as salad bowls and poké bowls — somewhere that I probably would not mind heading to for the convenience of getting a decent sushi roll without heading to a Japanese chain such as Ichiban Sushi or Sakae Sushi for a more fuss-free experience. Really glad how Woods Square has seemingly brought in some interesting dining options that residents are happy to have in their backyard now!