Rasa Delights Reserve table

Shop 115, 80 Rowe Street, Eastwood, Australia
306 Reviews 4.3

Visit our reservation page to book a table at Rasa Delights, found at Shop 115, 80 Rowe Street, Eastwood, Australia. Don't miss the chance to savor fantastic culinary creations. To ensure a place, a call to +61280404605 is all it takes.

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Opening hours

Monday 12:00 - 21:00

Wednesday 12:00 - 21:00

Thursday 12:00 - 21:00

Friday 12:00 - 21:00

Saturday 12:00 - 21:00

Sunday 12:00 - 21:00


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Reviews

4 /5 Rating average

Was this place a few times, I love her bone-free chicken and Laksa noodle soup with seafood. You have a secret recipe to make your Laksa soup delicious and bring me to try again if I want to eat laksa.

4.5 /5 Rating average

I came with my mother to have tea in the Plaza, and thought of the HK Café, but she closed on this day (Wednesday), so we give Rasa a try! We were astonished by their beautiful food and tea set price n-value. Grief Grief I had the noodles of the Fishball noodles n my mother had the signature chicken. Grief Recommended dishes recommended!

3 /5 Rating average

Hidden among many Korean restaurants is a nice little Malay / Hong Kong gem in Eastwood. It is not too spectacular, but it is not too shabby. We ordered a lot for two people and were definitely shocked expressions of the staff. I was pleasantly surprised by the quality of food and would definitely come back when I lived in the area. Her Eggettes and the roast beef with roti were the highlights for me.

2.5 /5 Rating average

We had great hopes for their characteristic Hainan chicken rice when it came out, the dishes looked good, but the taste was a bit disappointing. It was very average. We also tried her Hainan chicken chicken with dried noodles. The chicken was not roasted, it was actually fried and tasted really dried. The soups, who came with our chicken dishes, were very fad. Grief The service was friendly.

2.5 /5 Rating average

I really wanted to like Rasa delicacies, but unfortunately it was quite average. In fact, the Sambal Soft Shell crab must be one of the worst soft shell crab I've ever had. Too much dough? Not sure what was going on, but also really muddy and overly greasy, and I felt pretty greasy afterwards. The Laksa was better, but not to the point he will withdraw me. And nothing was sharp. I thought 3 Chili symbols would guarantee a super spicy explosion next to the court name, but this was not the case. The staff was really nice.

3 /5 Rating average

Good to have another Malaysian in an area that doesn't have any. Solid range of Malaysian fare; best hainan chicken rice anywhere; the rice flavoursome & chicken tender but portion of chicken is very small for a hefty $13.9. Rendang & rice dish was good but again serving size is small with nothing else. The better value meals are before 5pm meal & drink specials.

3.5 /5 Rating average

Rasa Delights has a pretty solid Malaysian menu with some Hong Kong type dishes as well. We ended up ordering the Har Mee, Hainan Chicken Laksa, Deep Fried Hainan Rice Balls, Kaya Toast and Sago Pudding. We also ordered hot Teh Tarik & Kopi Tarik as it was a very chilly night. The Har Mee had good flavour but wasn't perfect. The prawns were cooked well but the pork was a little bit tougher than other har mees I have had. The Hainan Chicken Laksa was lovely, the Hainan Chicken itself was pretty decent and the laksa had a sweetness and creaminess which I haven't come across from many Malaysian laksas in Sydney. We thought we'd try something different and order the Deep Fried Hainan Rice Balls. Holy moly they were good! Very tasty chicken rice rolled up in a ball and deep fried.. and there's a small piece of moist Hainenese chicken in the middle. Dip this with the mayonnaise provided and it created a big flavour hit, yum! We wouldn't usually order kaya toast while out at a restaurant but my boyfriend was seriously craving it! When it came out the pieces were so small, each piece was about 2 mouthfuls big. I know $3.80 for kaya toast isn't a bank breaker, but I think I'd save my $3.80 for the kaya you can buy in the grocer and then you have a good months long supply of kaya for your kaya toast, haha! The sago pudding was pretty standard for Malaysian restaurants. Good amount of gula melaka and coconut cream. I personally prefer palm seeds on the sago rather than red bean though. Overall a decent Malaysian restaurant that is pretty close to home. Defintely be back for more of the Hainanese Chicken Laksa and the rice balls.

3.5 /5 Rating average

Rasa Delights has a pretty solid Malaysian menu with some Hong Kong type dishes as well. We ended up ordering the Har Mee, Hainan Chicken Laksa, Deep Fried Hainan Rice Balls, Kaya Toast and Sago Pudding. We also ordered hot Teh Tarik & Kopi Tarik as it was a very chilly night. The Har Mee had good flavour but wasn't perfect. The prawns were cooked well but the pork was a little bit tougher than other har mees I have had. The Hainan Chicken Laksa was lovely, the Hainan Chicken itself was pretty decent and the laksa had a sweetness and creaminess which I haven't come across from many Malaysian laksas in Sydney. We thought we'd try something different and order the Deep Fried Hainan Rice Balls. Holy moly they were good! Very tasty chicken rice rolled up in a ball and deep fried.. and there's a small piece of moist Hainenese chicken in the middle. Dip this with the mayonnaise provided and it created a big flavour hit, yum! We wouldn't usually order kaya toast... read more