Roll With It: Part of the Landmark’s retail and cultural hub Belowground, Rollin is a Korean food and lifestyle brand that’s the brainchild of the forces behind Korean-Italian restaurant Moyo and Moyo Sik at BaseHall. Rice rolls and roll cakes take center stage — both western- and Asian-inspired.
Look & Feel: Belowground, a minimalist space that takes up the basement level of the Landmark, opened in December 2020 and is marketed as a “hybrid cultural and retail destination.” Rollin, one of the occupants, fits that bill well.
On the Menu: The savory menu is compact, with just five options on offer — and the food comes in shoebox-inspired packaging. The truffle beef rice (HK$40/half; HK$75/full) is one of the heartier options that comes with Australian beef, lettuce, truffle mayo, white egg and fried garlic. The keto egg salad (HK$35/half; HK$55/full) is a simple creation with egg, lettuce, lemon, carrots and mayo. The mortadella sandwich (HK$40/half; HK$75/full), meanwhile, comes complete with cheddar cheese, strawberry jam and rocket salad. Roll cakes include the likes of chocolate or matcha (both HK$38). Rollin also promises to add new flavors in times to come.
Great For: With a small selection on offer, this spot will appeal to the grab-and-go office lunch crowd.
FYI: Rollin will also launch a fashion line, with T-shirts, hoodies, caps and the like.
This writeup is a news piece and was not based on a restaurant visit. The Loop HK will update this post once we’ve visited in person.