Rolling Rice @ Marina Square

Other than Ajumma’s, Pink Candy and Goobne Chicken, Rolling Rice is another authentic & affordable Korean food outlet that I wouldn’t mind frequenting.

Rolling Rice serves delicious and importantly quality authentic Korean food that gives diner a feel of home-cooked food at wallet friendly pricing. 👍👍👍

There is no price in guessing on the type of food offered in their menu. It is none other than the same old usual suspects with some slight items variation.

Fried Kim Mal-Yi

This fried seaweed roll with glass noodle is worth a try. With each mouthful bite, it exuberates a sticky chewy feel, similar to fried maki. A good warm-up side dish leading to the main dishes.

Fried Onion Ring

Goes well with the honey mustard dip. Nicely battered.

Fried Squid

Tender and succulent. One of the better squid rings that I have had.

Fried Kimchi Dumpling

Another great starter before the mains.

Traditional Gimbap

Fried Red Carrot, Fried Cucumber, Yellow Pickled Radish, Fried Pork Cutlet, Egg and Burdock. A comfort food snack often enjoyed by Koreans.

Cheese Topokki

Rolling Topokki with Mozzarella Cheese. A must try dish and you can decide on the spice level too.

Stir-Fried Chicken Hot Plate (Dak-Galbi)

Stired Fried Chicken and Vegetables, Onion and Cabbage, Rice Cake, Sweet Potato, Romaine. Different from the usual dakgalbi that I am expecting. Overall, still deliciously good with the sweet and soy bean paste sauce.

Spicy Boneless Chicken

Boneless Fried Chicken with Sweet Spicy Sauce & Fried Rice Cake. I love the chewy texture of the fried rice cake and the fried chicken blends extremely well with the sweet spicy sauce.

Soft Tofu Stew

Comes with Tofu, Clam, Chilli, Minced Pork, Egg & Spring Onion. I really love this soup stew as it is not only savoury but importantly the soup base is not overly empowered by the strong “fishy” seafood taste.

Kimchi Stew

Comes with Kimchi, Tofu, Chilli, Glass Noodle, Onion, Spring Onion & Pork Belly. The sourish spicy soup base is really appetizing in whetting your appetite.

Sausage Stew (Army Stew)

Their Budae-jjigae Ramen comes with Chicken, Sausage, Noodles, Pork Broth, Rice Cake, Baked Bean, Kimchi, Chives & Onion. Another not to be missed dish. Thought it is meant as a single portion item, it can be a sharing item for 2 too.

Hot Pot Ramen

Most popular traditional ramen comprising of Shiitake Mushroom, Spring Onion, Bean Sprout and Egg. My all time favourite menu. Strictly no compromise! 😉

Garlic Soya Chicken

Fried Chicken Wingettes & Drumettes with Garlic Soy Sauce. Another power must try item and definitely no way you can go wrong with Korean fried chicken. 😉

Sizzling Stone Pot Bibimbap

Their best selling Beef Bibimbap served in stone pot. Pretty tasty but still not as champion as the one I had in Jeonju.

Garlic Beef Fried Rice

Rolling Rice best selling fried rice using beef & garlic. If you enjoy the bulgogi sweetness, then this is a must order item. 😲

Kimchi Fried Rice

Spicy Fried Rice with Chopped Kimchi and Spam. Just like any usual kimchi fried rice in a Korean eatery joint. Can’t go really wrong with this dish. 😉


You may enjoy free serving of kimchi and seaweed banchan if the average bill spend per person exceeds $10.

Overall, the dining experience is good and certainly I will be looking forward to try out more of their food items in time to come.

This is another alternative venue for your consideration if your next craving for Korean cuisine comes along. 🙂

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