This is now closed- we used to enjoy the delicious food regularly. Now where do we go for the best dumplings? Hopefully the new Korean restaurant opening in dire is as great as Rasas was!
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Stopped for lunch on way through. Very good lunchtime selection. Asian style. We both chose fried noodles with flat rice noodles, chicken,Asian greens and mushrooms with a master stock sauce. Very reasonably priced at $15 each. My only gripe is the corkage charge for each...More
We visited Rasas as a small family party. Friendly staff and an interesting menu helped with our food selection. They had blackboard specials worth looking at. I ordered a Korean dish, 'Jae Yook Bokum', which certainly met expectations. It was spicy-hot stir fried pork belly...More
We ordered Satay beef with rice no satay no beef to speak of rice and onion with a little meat it wasnt bad it just wasnt .... green curry was spicy that is all we wont be back ever again
The food is delicious...a mix of Asian styles...and the restaurant cozy. But a misunderstanding about what we wanted led to us paying more than we should have. I will go back, but next time I will insist on the 'bufffet' menu at the all-you-can-eat price.
Best thai food in a long time. We had the fried prawn and pork dumplings, singaporean laksa, chicken green curry and a spicy pork dish (of which I can't remember the name). All meals were so tasty and we polished all the plates. The two...More
Had the special of prawn noodles, laksa and crispy chicken. Kids love the crispy chicken. Prawn noodle was okay not lacks punch. Laksa tasted more like curry noodles. Dim sum was ok. Better than the Asian takeout at town.
The food at Rasas is delicious. The dishes are authentic, spicy and the serves are generous. The service was a bit slow but the food more than made up for the wait. I would recommend Rasas for delicious food, good value, friendly staff.
Had dinner, pork belly Korean style in chilli sauce, stir fry seafood, spicy chicken- all delicious, delicate flavouring and spicy to taste. Definitely one to visit.