Rasa Sayang joined Commonwealth Exchange at Commonwealth Food & Drink Festival to serve the Members of Parliament and showcase Rasa Sayang food!
Rasa Sayang will be once again serving you some Malaysian mamak stall street food at Southbank this weekend (3rd & 4th May),
Our chefs will be wok-frying Rasa Sayang mouth-watering Char Kuey Teow!
Please come visit us and makan makan makan (eat eat eat)!
Rasa Sayang Team
A review by Sunday Metro -
Rasa Sayang takes part in the Malaysian Food Festival
A special price 3 course offer is available for this year’s London Restaurant Festival.
Rasa Sayang customer wins 2 free tickets to Malaysia! Congratulations to Jael Ong who entered the competition through the website – Jael Ong wins the free flights courtesy of Malaysia Airlines. Wishing you a great journey!
Rasa Sayang wowed the crowds at the weekend with a showcase of live Malaysian cooking showcase at Westfield Stratford City.
The cooking workshops were a big hit in the busy shopping centre with shoppers and keen foodies, winning over a whole new legion of fans to Malaysian cuisine.
Tuey and chef supremo Cheong impressed the public with a selection of freshly-cooked dishes from the Rasa Sayang menu including famous national dishes Mee Goreng, Rendang and Chicken curry.
Presenter Tuey says “It was a fantastic day with the crowds eager to learn about and taste Malaysian food. All of the dishes we made were gone in minutes with the crowd hungry for more – we really couldn’t keep up with demand. The British public have a passion for spicy food and are adventurous foodies – keen to try out new flavours, they really couldn’t get enough!”
We are back again for the annual Malaysia Night 2012, come see us from 12pm – 10 pm, Friday 5th October 2012 @ Trafalgar Square!
Rasa Sayang will be holding a live cooking demonstration this weekend at Westfields Stratford City, 1st – 2nd September so come on down!
We’ll be holding live cooking demos throughout the day from 12pm onwards – watch our renowned chefs prepare their favourite dishes and taste the result.
Pick up some cooking tips and enjoy the best of Malaysian cuisine – we’ll see you there!
We’ll be at the Great East Kitchen (opposite Waitrose)
Rasa Sayang feeds an Olympic hero on the house!
The feat of the 57yr old Chinese farmer who cyclled over 140,000km from China to London has not only captured the hearts and minds of international global media but also Rasa Sayang!
Proprietor of Rasa Sayang Teddy Chen was so impressed by Chen Guan Ming’s champion spirit that he has invited the ‘Olympic hero’ to dine at Rasa Sayang on the house every day for the rest of his stay in London!
He says “Cycling through 16 countries over 3 years must be incredibly hungry work and it is an honour to have Guan Ming as a guest in my restaurant!
With nothing but the shirt on his back, a heart full of determination and a poster of Chairman Mao to keep him company, Guan Ming set off on a journey on a rickety old rickshaw that saw him travel though 16 countries during the space of 3 years to reach London in time for the Olympics.
“This man is an inspiration to all of us and embodies what hard work and determination can accomplish with a good heart.
He has finished his journey thanks to sheer willpower – I’m proud to be welcoming him here to London’s Chinatown on behalf of the community.
His next challenge can be to work through our menus. He likes spicy food - and we have a hot menu called the Heat Zone which can be his next challenge!”
Teddy Chen gives Olympic hero Guan Ming a rest from his 140,000km journey
Guan Ming says: “I am touched by Teddy Chen’s generosity His offer is very kind.
On my journey here I would often survive on just bread, and London is a very expensive city.
I very much enjoy Malaysian food and have already tried the Beef Rendang at the restaurant which was very good.
I’m a big fan of Malaysian food – the spicier the better!”
Guan Ming is no stranger to Malaysian food having spent several weeks in Malaysia on his travels from Asia.
He got through 30 tyre changes before successfully traversing through Europe to arrive in London.
Photos documenting his travels adorn his rickshaw bike as proof. Guan Ming and his bike (and home) can be visitied in London’s Chinatown where he is currently staying until he returns to China in late September.
His return flight was bought for him by an Englishman he met in Brighton.
Chen Guan Ming with his new friends from My Asian Planet and Rasa Sayang.