The Rolling Spring Roll Shop

Vietnamese, Asian
$ $
189 Main St (South Front Street)
Farmingdale, NY 11735
(516) 586-6097
11:30am - 9:00pm
11:30am - 9:00pm
11:30am - 9:00pm
11:30am - 10:00pm
11:30am - 10:00pm
11:30am - 9:00pm


  • LI's only Vietnamese restaurant is small but vibrant and fun. Recommendations include the namesake spring rolls and bright summer rolls as well as the rich noodle soups known as pho.
  • The vegetarian pho was crazy good. I suggest adding a few drops of siracha for a nice kick.
  • Small but cozy restaurant with only a few pho, rice bowl, and banh mi options. But ingredients are fresh and service is quick and courteous!
  • Great lunch prices. Try the rolls and def get the pho. Yummy.
  • The pho and the beers
  • Great pho!
  • So delicious!!!!! Tofu spring rolls were amazing and the pho come in traditionally huge portions so get ready to eat!
  • Get the PHO!!
  • Just order anything, it's all yummy. This is the short rib dish, excellent!
  • The food was good, but I have had better Vietnamese/Pho. However, it is nice to have on Long Island if you don't feel like traveling into Queens or NYC
  • Our critic reviewed The Rolling Spring Roll and enjoyed the banh mi.
  • The beef satay is to die for. The soft bread, the cool fresh herbs and that delicious peanut sauce ... Amazing. Add extra hot sauce, it's a must.
  • The spring rolls are crunchy and good !! Had the Tofu platter with noodles today. Very very good.
  • Try the Lemongrass Chicken Sandwich!
  • Food is overpriced. I got summer rolls (Fine on taste, but too expensive) & wings (served dry (perhaps because takeout?) So I was just pouring sauce from a container). 16$ for 2 small apps
  • Everything
  • My favorite local Vietnamese restaurant for my pho needs. I come here regularly. The staff are nice and quick. The pho is delicious. Just wish they served Thai iced tea. :-)
  • Spring rolls and Pho fo sho.
  • Whenever I'm in Farmingdale I make it a point to grab a banh mi and a cold beer. An unexpected find that I keep going back to.
  • Wish there was tripe in the beef pho, but regardless it's tasty and a great addition to Long Island's scarce Asian food scene.

Nearby places

211 Main St Ste A
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