Rasa Sayang Menu

  • Starters
  • Soup
  • Noodles
  • Vegetables
  • Sizzling Platter
  • Rice Dishes
  • Signature Dishes
  • Desserts

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  • Starters
  • Soup
  • Noodles
  • Vegetables
  • Sizzling Platter
  • Rice Dishes
  • Signature Dishes
  • Desserts

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  • Chakrapani K.

    Awesome food with very good taste.. 'Deep fried shrimp puffs' are the best when I had a lunch on my birthday!!!

    (5)
  • Easwara S.

    Great place for south East Asian food. The dishes worth note are roti canai, roti telur and Thai red curry. The other dishes are good too but thee 3 stand out. It's in a nice quiet location near the Astra Zeneca campus. I think their service could improve further, some waitresses are less friendly than others, hence the 4 stars. Must visit for south Asian food enthusiasts in the area...

    (4)
  • Rob K.

    Superb food, beautifully presented. The best restaurants produce moments where you close your eyes and just savor. This meal produced several of them-- and vegetarian to boot Mango Tofu Sauteed homemade tofu with shredded mango in sweet and sour sauce WOW Satay Tofu Crispy fried tofu pockets stuffed with sprouts and peanut sauce OMG really different Not vegetarian but delicious: Malasian Mee Goreng..stir fried noodles in mild dried squid sauce with tofu potatoes, shrimp, egg, ground peanut and bean sprouts.

    (5)
  • K. S.

    Basil beef and Roti Canai are eeeexcellent! There was a delicious tofu dish but I forgot what it's called. Didn't love the papaya salad, had high hopes on that so I was bummed. Otherwise, delicious!

    (4)
  • Sara S.

    We loved Rasa Sayang! On our say up the 95 from Baltimore we stopped by this weekend and it was so good we stopped back by on our way back down. The food here is authentic and flavorful. Not just one flavor, but a depth of flavors and that's just what we look for in our Malaysian food. Both times we kicked it off with the Roti bread. We've lived in India, so we know a good roti when we eat one... and this was tops! Our 4 year old begged us for it the 2nd time before walking in the door. The Mango Salad was delicious. It was a in a slaw form similar to papaya salad but with mango, carrot, and onions. Sweet and tangy. The salad was surrounded by glazed grilled chicken which was moist and flavorful. The mango chicken was delishious with lots of fresh flavor. The bonus was being served in the mango skin. We asked for "spicy." It had a nice kick without masking the flavors. The pad thai was nice a moist. Sweet, and full of meat. The same for the pineapple fried rice. The Chay Koay Teow (Malaysian Pasta) was authentic and just what you'd find walking through a food market in Malaysia. The Sea Bass Green Curry was the piece de resistance. The fish was perfectly cooked. The depth of flavor to the green curry sauce was amazing. I closed my eyes to enjoy the individual flavors of coconut, ginger, and basil harmonizing in my mouth. I treat myself only once every few years to sea bass due to its scarcity and I'm sure glad this was the place I gave into my sea bass hunger. Dessert wise we had the mango fusion and the fried ice cream. The mango fusion was good. It's mango sticky rice with extra coconut milk sauce all topped with mango sorbet. It was nice and my husband liked it. To me, I like my sticky rice hot so sorbet on top was not my thing. The fried ice cream really was fried. I've had it where it's rolled in corn flakes, but never actually fried. Believe it or not, it was light and every bite left you wanting a little more. The fried ice cream was served with a fried banana was perfectly fried that it held its flavor and shape. As we left our 4 year old said "my stomach as never felt like this before." Yep... that's the feeling of stuffing your tummy with yummy kiddo! We've all agreed this will be a regular I-95 stop.

    (5)
  • Jenny H.

    A decent place to get Asian food if you're in the area. I thought the pineapple fried rice was the best thing we got! Really good! One noodle dish (I think it was the drunken noodles) was OK but the other noodle dish we got (chow fun I think?) was overly saucy and salty, and the noodles were soggy. The appetizer pancakes with the side of curry was pretty good. The mango dessert was not good, it was old, icy ice cream with some other things on the dish.

    (3)
  • Juan M.

    Nice little place with very friendly staff. If you're a calamari lover try theirs we really enjoyed it crispy and very flavorful. Food not overly spicy which was a treat for ourThai dish. They will gladly change a sauce for you if you want to mix and match. Salmon in a black bean sauce was great just a little heavy on the sauce. Curry chicken was a hit. Nice portions had plenty to pack for the doggie. Sorry no room for dessert......only concern was it appeared a little pricey but....I'll be back!!!!!

    (3)
  • Robert P.

    Excellent, now I don't need to drive to China town for Malaysian food. Just as good as Banana leaf and Penang. Great Roti. Satay tofu was perfect. Good curry and noodle dishes.

    (4)
  • Danielle F.

    We started off with a Thai tea and lycée drink, both amazing. Then the roti canai appetizer with the most incredible sauce. Everything on the menu looked so good that the worst part of my meal was having to pick one thing. I got the pineapple shrimp fried rice and my boyfriend got chicken pad Thai. Every bite made me say mmmm. Because we couldn't get enough we ended with the mango sticky rice fusion. The best meal I have had in a long time!! Also the waitress was very attentive and kept our table clean, waters filled, and boxed up our leftovers...mmmmm...leftovers

    (5)
  • Dan M.

    very good red curry. experience in restaurant fine. definitely worthy for you to try. good taste and fresh ingredients, and cooked with nice authentic flavor

    (4)
  • Brenda C.

    A new favorite place for me and Hubbykins. We ate lunch here 2 days ago. We had the Stuffed Tofu appetizer and it was delicious. Hubbykins had the delightful Mango Chicken and I had the Pineapple Fried Rice. Flavors were just right and not too overpowering. Tonight on the way home, we just had to try it again. Plus it was quite late and they are open until 10pm. So, We had to try the Crab Fried Rice and went for the Rasa Sayang Tofu. Once again they did not fail to disappoint. The fried rice was nice and loose and not oily at all. The tofu which is house made had a very smooth mouthfeel. The restaurant service is very friendly, the atmosphere very relaxing, and it is very clean. Thanks to Rasa Sayang for a wonderful dining experience!

    (4)
  • Kalimuthu C.

    I love the malaysian food for the spice and the flaky Rotis. However here, the day we tried the Roti Canai it was oily. The spring rolls were oily too. I have tried these in other similar restaurants like Penang and they were not this Oily. We were a group of 4 people and a kid. So we ordered in the Roti Canai, Spring rolls and fried rice. The pineapple fried rice was a bit burnt for us but the way they had served it over a half cut and carved out pineapple was great. the prices were moderate. I did not taste any of the chicken items but my friends did and they said it wasn't good as it used to be before. So will be careful about going next. The host was very nice and did some changes in the food preparation as we requested. Overall: a try but not sure if I would go back again for a special occasion food.

    (3)
  • Atul S.

    Over estimated the restaurant - didn't like any dish. I have been a fan of Malaysian cuisine, but this was phew. Bad

    (1)
  • Melanie E.

    Pineapple shrimp fried rice, mango chicken, and roti canai are me and the boyfriend's favorites!!! We love to come here because its small, intimate, the wait staff is friendly, and it gets us away from the busy traffic of 202.

    (4)
  • Frances Y.

    Growing up in Malaysia, I can attest that this is probably the most authentic one I have had compared to any Malaysian Restaurants in the DC/MD/VA areas. Unfortunately the menu is pretty short, I wish they will add Rojak, Ais kacang etc to the list. Strongly recommend the Roti Canai.

    (5)
  • Suman B.

    Roti canai is the showstopper. Pretty decent food for vegetarians. They are ready to customize the menu to suit your needs.

    (3)
  • Henry G.

    Sometimes you just want to go where everybody knows your name, and they are ALWAYS glad that you came. Rasa Sayang is a true definition of a hidden neighborhood gem. The service is warm, friendly and because my family and I have eaten here so much they know exactly what our favorite dishes are. My family and I have been eating here for the past 3 years and RS is so consistent, fresh and the flavor is always on point. This is a very family friendly casual and relaxing dining experience. If your belly is just craving good tasting, fresh food with a little spice to it, then this should be your new go-to spot. Our Go-To Favorites Are: - Roti Canai... This is addictive, magical and one of the best things you will ever taste in your life. It's that good! Definitely "Food Crack," Priced well at $6 for a food junkie. - Pineapple & Chicken Fried Rice... I challenge you to find a more flavorful and better tasting Fried Rice anywhere in DE, PA or NJ, maybe the world (smile). These 2 above are the Must Haves any time you visit Rasa Sayang. There are other great dishes like the Lobster Fried Rice, Thai Basil Noodles, Pad Thai, etc., so you truly can't go wrong with most items on the menu. Insider's Tip: - During the 2 weeks before Thanksgiving they have a special where you can buy gift cards that offer a 40% savings; buy a $200 gift card and it comes with $280 in value that NEVER expires. - During the month of December they offer 25% savings on gift cards; buy a $100 gift card and it comes with $125 in value that NEVER expires. Do yourself a "flavor" and give Rasa Sayang a try the next time you are anywhere near Wilmington, DE. It will not disappoint and your taste buds will be happy, alive and forever grateful. - QG

    (5)
  • Nam N.

    Randomly picked this place because my friend and i were in the area. Service were great and foods were awesome!! It was hard to find, and the area was a bit DEAD after 9PM. Definitely will come back here again if i'm ever in the area again. Definitely get the Indian Pancake, best i ever had so far. The spareribs were yummmmy!!!

    (4)
  • Paul C.

    Great Maylasian food. Love the food there. My favs are char kway teow, pineapple fried rice & beef chow fun. Soups are also great. For this region, can't beat it.

    (5)
  • Denise K.

    Pretty good for Wilmington. We had a good tofu appetizer. I wasn't crazy about the quality of the chicken but it has been a whole.

    (3)
  • Jason k.

    Amazing thai. I have tried a few different plates and have enjoyed every one. They have some traditional indian as well.

    (5)
  • Lissa M.

    Always a good time. Good food, good prices, nice atmosphere.

    (4)
  • Julia B.

    I've been twice now and the green curry is excellent. The first time, my dining companion made the mistake of ordering the green curry at a "mild" spicy level and it seemed to be watered down with coconut milk. It turned out to be pretty bland, and we both knew mine tasted vastly better. The normal level of spicy is not incredibly hot - it's just right. The server explained that Malaysians don't tend to make things as spicy as Thais. Knocking one star because I think it's a tad on the overpriced side, but you don't leave feeling ripped off because (at least for chicken green curry) they aren't skimpy with the portion & ingredients. The service is mostly very good, though it was slow the first time when we were stuck behind many take out orders. The second time they were very quick and the server was super attentive and polite. I'll definitely be back.

    (4)
  • Noah S.

    A very delicious and unique Malaysian restaurant. We came on a Sunday night and it was very crowded. We were seated immediately and were given menus. You should only come here if you love spice with a passion, since more than half of the items are marked with a red dot, showing spicy. The service was okay, but there was a miscommunication. We had started off with the skewer combination, two chicken and two beef skewers. This was the best seller of the night, but people coming in after us were getting theirs before ours came. So, we had asked when my meal came why it wasn't here. The waitress apologized by saying that we would want that with our meal and that we were "looking around at other people's meals." ??? So, she deeply apologized, after clearing away the plate which still had meat left on it. She apologized for not asking us, but she was very friendly and professional. We had a chicken Singapore noodle, which was a bit bland, but was great. The noodles were cooked perfectly and the vegetables were fantastic additives. The curry chicken was served in a heavy brown sauce, which wasn't spicy at all. It was large and a recommended dish. I got the sizzling chicken, which was served scolding hot on a black dragon plate, served with rice, chicken, peppers, carrots, baby corn, and other little vegetables. The sauce was tasty. The ingredients blended nicely and was so hot, that I relied on my white rice as my cooling agent. Overall, a fantastic restaurant that could reflect on my criticisms.

    (4)
  • Chris G.

    It's no secret that I love Thai food. Every now and again, I need to change it up and it's nice to have a Malaysian restaurant in the area. I've been coming to this store for a while and all of the dishes I've experienced have been good. Chay Koay Teow is labeled as the king of the hawker food in Malaysia and I can see why or should I say, I can taste why. This dish uses stir fried rice noodles, squid, and shrimp and few other ingredients that make it delicious. The chicken Thai basil is another good dish. So is the Thai Iced Tea. The Mee Siam is good, but It taste different than the Mee Siam dishes I'm use to eating at Thai restaurants. I guess this is the Malaysian version. The prices are a little high. All in all, the food is good, the service is fast, and the staff is nice.

    (4)
  • Jess C.

    I went here for lunch the other day when i had a business meeting nearby. the food certainly didn't disappoint.as i went during lunch i sat at the bar since it gets quite full. i ordered the beef pineapple rice (extra spicy) and was impressed it was flavorful and spicy but not overwhelmingly so. it included a cup of hot & sour soup and was served beautifully presented in a hollowed out pineapple halve.

    (5)
  • George D.

    This time I got the spring rolls and pancake appetizers before the lunch mango with firm tofu. All of it was excellent. The pancake appetizer is addictive and definitely worth trying. Service was attentive and personable like always. Kind of cold today but only 17 degrees out so its cold everywhere but my office for some reason. Glad I came back for more.

    (4)
  • Sameer G.

    Only awesome taste everything super

    (5)
  • James W.

    It is one of our favorite restaurants. The service is good, food wonderful and price reasonable.

    (4)
  • Justin B.

    Pineapple fried rice is amazing. Thai iced coffee is good...the secret is condensed sweetened milk. I would get it every time if they offered free refills. Service is good, but they get busy. It's very clean and seems organized. I like this place and if you enjoy new things that still offer american style ethnic food you will too.

    (4)
  • Mamta P.

    One of the best place to eat in Wilmington. I like almost all of their vegetarian options but Roti canai (appetizer) is among the best.

    (5)
  • Jana C.

    Located inside the Independence Hall (lovely piece of architecture and history on the National Register)....near Hoagie place and Takumi, acros the way from Nirvana. Malaysian food last night. Ordered Chay Koay Teow, some chicken satay, and roti canai. Food is pricier here, portions on the OK side. But taste and flavor are pleasantly impressive. Someone has some experience in the kitchen. Who wuldathunkit....N Delaware.... Sure! SE Asian that tastes good and authentic. I wanted to lap up all of the unctuous satay...chicken, just wasn't enough(3-4 skinny skewers), wanted a whole new roti to chomp on and dip.... Wish the rice noodles were wider on the CKT super common street hawker snack. For $12 , expected a large, heaping bowl of noodles, some more color, and good balance of egg, seafood, etc. Our theory; free market capitalism doth exhibit itself well here. Where on Earth is there another Malaysian-Thai joint that is halfway decent,short of being in Philly? And so it goes.

    (4)
  • Kim H.

    One of the few "authentic" asian restaurants in Wilmington. I travel quite a bit for work and this place hits the spot when I crave ethnic food. Rasa Sayang is Malaysian. If you've never had Malaysian before, it's similar to a mix of Thai and Indian. I love their spin on Pad Thai. It has green beans, basil and a slight hint of spiciness. I've also tried their Mee-goreng noodles which is the classic Malaysian stir fried egg noodle dish. Both dishes I would get over and over again. If you come here for lunch, it can get very busy and service can be quite slow.

    (4)
  • Christina H.

    Only taken food out so far but enjoyed the pad thai and drunken noodles. Will be back to eat in.

    (4)
  • Jay W.

    Amazing food! Though I don't have much to compare it to, since this is the entirety of my experience with Malaysian food (something that I'll have to remedy). I ordered the roti canai, which is a soft flat-bread with curry dipping sauce, as an appetizer and the mee goreng, which is a noodle dish with a squid ink sauce, as an entree. Both were terrific. Superb flavor and perfectly spiced (my friend, who has been here before made sure to stress that we wanted it spicy). This is the kind of food that sticks with you the rest of the day, warming your stomach and making you want more. My friend has told me that he not tried most of the menu because the mee goreng is just that good. I want to go back to try the rest of what Rasa Sayang has to offer, but I think I will end up falling into the same trap that he did. Friendly service and food came out quickly. Because of this place I have filled my bookmarks with every Malaysian and Indonesian restaurant that I can find in my area.

    (5)
  • Omar C.

    Delaware has done it again! Another great place in an unlikely plaza right off Kirkwood. The interior is extremely nice with very nice glossy finishes to the furniture, spacious, and a solid color scheme. It's a place that you make casual or formal. The service is very friendly, quick, and helpful. They know their menu and can help you pick the flavor you are craving for the night. It was a bit cold next to the window, only if I could sit closer to the kitchen. The food was great! We had the crispy snapper and jumbo shrimp. Both with a delicious sauce with a good blend of sweet and spice. The balance is perfect not over done. The sauces have a nice thickness to them unlike some other restaurants that are too thin and don't hold on to flavor. The appetizers are off the hook! I would pick all of them if I had pockets deep enough, but the Roti is fantastic. My only issue would be with the shrimp, it was a tad but over cooked and chewy. My dish came with 6 shrimp and at least 3 were over cooked. I has to take one star away. The drinks will blow your mind! Such a good mix of flavor and strong alcohol. They have dessert drinks, the Irish Honey was a great way to end the night. Overall, this is a great find in a gorgeous Independence Mall. I look forward to coming back

    (4)
  • Michele J.

    We went on a Friday night....it wasn't busy at all, which tells you a lot about dining out in Delaware. You can bet the giant chain plaza up the road was busting at the seams. We enjoyed our dinners.... not all of their beverages are listed on the main menu,some of them are on a separate beverage menu. They do have sodas as well as the more traditional Malaysian beverages such as three layer iced tea. Their green curry is very good...not too hot, for those of us whose palettes are not so adventurous. The vegetable spring rolls were fresh and not greasy. My pineapple/shrimp fried rice came in a half pineapple...nice presentation. The shrimp was a nice size, and tasted fresh, not overcooked. The rice was a little greasy, but still very good. Our server was friendly and casual. We will definitely return.

    (4)
  • J L.

    We came here many times in the past few months. The food was always good. However, we noticed the portions had slowly progressively decreased in size. We are finding that we had to order extra dishes to satisfy our meals. The chef would place a big leafy lettuce at the bottom of the plate to prop up the food to make it look like sizable portion. We would find another place from now on.

    (2)
  • Gary C.

    Umm, What a great choice for Lunch! Strongly suggest the Roti Canai appetizer, enough to share. The Pad Thai was delicious, as well as the Singapore Noodles. Thai Tea was a great accompaniment. The Service was excellent, as well as the Food, and timing. The place was packed at the lunch hour, however, we did not wait long at all for our meals. I will be back! Chef Gary Curry

    (4)
  • Katie L.

    On a recent Wednesday night we were looking for something quick & close to Wilmington, and decided to try out Rasa Sayang, having tried most of the other restaurants at Independence Mall. We were pleasantly surprised & very satisfied with the experience. The decor is warm & welcoming, as is the staff. The service was very fast & the quality of the food was great. I tried the Thai Basil Beef which was a generous portion with good flavor. I'm excited to go back & try more very, very soon.

    (4)
  • Heather C.

    Went with a friend for the first time. Food was delicious and staff was super friendly!

    (5)
  • Jon E.

    Yelp has pulled through again. Looking for something different we tried the Rasa Sayang and what a treat. We went with a yelp comment and ordered the roti canai to start with some satay chicken. The chicken was very good but the roti canai spectacular and we promptly ordered another before entrees arrived. Entrees did not disappoint and after gorging on good portions we had enough to take home. The only disappointment was that we were too full to try the grilled bananas but now we will know for next time. Friendly efficient service to top it all.

    (5)
  • Cary M.

    Pineapple fried rice is the greatest.

    (5)
  • Jen N.

    I used to love this place, but went today and I'm wondering if they got a new chef. I got the roti canai & chicken curry, my 2 standards. They were both bad. I didn't even pack it to go, whereas I usually finish my meal even though I'm full because it's so good. In addition, both my soup and the curry tasted like FISH. ???? I hate seafood, so this was pretty gross to me. At first I thought the soup maybe had fish broth or something, but the chicken? My friend said his dish also tasted like fish. Bizarre. I hope it was just a bad day, I used to love this place. I'll give it another go, but one more experience like today and I I'll proably take it out of rotation. It was really bad.

    (2)
  • j d.

    I ate here tonight for the first time and I will definitely be back!! Went with three of my friends and everything was delicious!! I highly recommend the roti canai, mix satay, rasa sayang curry chicken, pineapple fried rice and Thai basil chicken. I was a little concerned about how quickly the food came out. We ordered and the food was out within 10 minutes. So I was a little nervous about the freshness but you could tell it was freshly prepared. I travel down here often for business and I will definitely be back on my next trip!!

    (5)
  • Christine T.

    A nice surprise to find a decent Malaysian restaurant in Delaware. We started with the crispy calamari, which was spicy and served with peppers and onions. We shared the Pad Thai, which had nice chunky sized shrimp. Although this dish was good, I wouldn't choose to order this again as there are several other items on the menu that are well worth exploring. The sizzling tofu dish is a must try! It arrives at your table true to its name, hot and sizzling! Although the temperature of the dish was sizzling, we didn't find the spices to be too hot, so feel free to try this even if you don't enjoy hot and spicy food. The large slices of tofu were perfectly prepared with a tasty brown sauce. If you are a vegetarian, please note that there is chicken in this dish. We ended with the Mango Fusion dessert. The mango ice cream was sweet and tangy, served over sweet-sticky rice in coconut milk. The rice dessert is common in many Asian countries and it got the thumbs up from everyone at our table. The atmosphere was perfect on a Saturday night, we enjoyed sitting at the large group table in the corner. Service was excellent to say the least.

    (4)
  • Soujanya M.

    Love this place! Love the food. The ambience is nothing fancy, it's a small little place which serves tasty food. One of my fav places in and around Bear DE!

    (4)
  • Berry B.

    So far this is my favorite Malaysian restaurant in north Delaware. Why? 1. The service is really great and friendly. They go out of their way to make sure you are satisfied. 2. Offer a nice variety of foods that fit anyone's palette. I have Caribbean, Indian, American friends that have all raved about the place when we've taken them there. 3. Lovely atmosphere modern take on Asian with nice lighting. 4. Nothing typical about this place. It is quite unique. Not Chinese, not Indian, definitely a mix of the above from the South Pacific. That's why you will find me here several times a month. 5. Love the Roti Canai, Mango Chicken, Pineapple Rice, Pad Thai, Kra Pa Krow, Tom Yam soup etc. My mom is a picky eater and doesn't care for curry like that and yet SHE liked it. 4 thumbs up (even though I only have 2)

    (4)
  • Lisa M.

    Found this place because of Yelp and my boyfriend and I decided to try it because we never had Malayasian food before and its not far from the Regal Brandywine. Really happy with our experience and it had to be the quickest meal I had outside of a fast food joint. I had the lychie drink, pad thai. The drink was ok, the pad thia was soooo good. Boyfriend had the happy soda ( with condensed milk at the bottom) and beef chow fun. He was really happy with his meal. We shared fried ice cream. It was the only time in my life it was actually a deep fried ice cream ball, and it was amazing. I would go back just for that. Service was good and I know we will go back again.

    (4)
  • William C.

    I had the Roti Canai and the Okra w/ Shrimp with Shrimp Paste (dried shrimp and dried chili). I enjoyed the Roti Canai pancake but the curry it came with lacked the curry kick and it was a bit too liquid for my liking (the curry just slides off when you dip the pancake in..so the pancake doesn't capture much flavor). The Shrimp with Okra, which my server recommended, smelled great. However, the flavor wasn't all there. There was just the dried shrimp aroma, and I felt the flavor lacked the kick. Perhaps it was the combination of the Okra, which tends to leave a paste-like texture aftertaste in my mouth, combined with the dried flavors that just left my mouth very dry. In addition, I got a total of 5 pieces of shrimp for a $15 plate...that bothered me a bit. In summary, I might come back because there aren't too many Malaysian options in Delaware. I didn't not enjoy my experience partly because my server was friendly.

    (4)
  • Julie M.

    The food is very high quality here. Their only downfall is the atmosphere leaves much to be desired. The homemade roti is delicious. I also really enjoyed the pad thai. The satay is also very good. The staff is very nice and helpful.

    (4)
  • Grace R.

    My go to spot for some good Thai food. I am not a big fan of curry but the green curry here is really good.I don't eat curry anywhere else but here. It has the perfect combination of sweet and spicy. LOVE LOVE LOVE the roti cani here! My husband and I would sometimes even go here just for that. Great servers who are super friendly!

    (5)
  • Lauren H.

    I thoroughly enjoyed my visit to Rasa Sayang but I was not blown away. I have had better Malaysian food in Philly and another restaurant here in DE. Drinks were okay; the lemon ginger martini was VERY weak and there was not even a hint of ginger...but the Blushing Orchid cocktail was tasty. We started with the Satay Tofu appetizer which didn't impress me...the sauce tasted bland. But we did enjoy our shared entrees, the Malaysian Mee Goreng and spinach stir-fried with garlic. The spinach in particular was DELICIOUS and was actually the highlight of our meal (who know spinach could taste so good?). Service was very attentive. I'm not rushing to go back, but I'd visit again and give the rest of the menu a chance.

    (3)
  • Seb R.

    The Pad Thai was very tasty, but portion was quite small. For an average appetite it may have been just barely enough. For a $10 lunch, not bad.

    (4)
  • Nicole E.

    I have never had Malaysian before, but I must say it's pretty much just Thai food ... amazing Thai food - but pretty much the same as Thai :) I had a delicious noodle dish and my family had other awesome dishes, we all shared around the table and I did not try one thing I didn't like. The mojito was also well worth it. We'll certainly be returning sometime soon.

    (4)
  • Farhan H.

    For this area they serve really good food. A little over priced for the quality, but the quantity makes up for it. It's not the best but it can't get any better for delaware. It is not exactly Malaysian; I would call it a fusion of Chinese & Malaysian food.

    (4)
  • Sarah M.

    This place was a wonderful eating experience! My meal was to die for. I recommend ordering the sampler platter appetizer so you can experience a variety of food. I also had the lychee drink which was great. There are lychee nuts floating in it! The waitress was kind, helpful and flexible! She had plenty of information about the food, and does not mind sharing it with the diner. I will go back again and again.

    (5)
  • Amit G.

    Tried the satay, mango chicken, roti canai and ginger chicken. Awesome food, good atmosphere. Will be back..

    (4)
  • Jay N.

    Not a whole lot to dislike here; though two things keep me from giving an all-out five star review: the food was beautiful, good, presented well and large portions, though surprisingly a bit bland. Well, not as much 'bland' as just in need of a bit of seasoning. The service was friendly though a little rushed; the server introduced himself to us right away, we were the only folks eating here on a sleepy pre-holiday Sunday so there didn't appear to be much reason to bring extra tea before we finished the first glasses or sit the check on the table while we were still eating. Still, much worth a visit and a great environment for a nice dinner. Not to be missed when in Wilmington and craving Thai/Malaysian cuisine.

    (4)
  • John C.

    Great restaurant with authentic Malaysian food. Friendly and fast service. Good wine list and full bar. Will cook to order. It's on our regular rotation list. Must try!

    (4)
  • Brad P.

    The food is very decent but I really don't think Rasa Sayang can compete with Thai or Malaysian restaurants in big boy cities. I tried the Chay Koay Teow(extra spicy) and chicken basil. Both of them were A-OK.

    (3)
  • Deepak B.

    Beautiful location, wonderful food (we had roti chanai, chicken satay and curried red snapper), reasonable prices and great service. We will be back!

    (5)
  • dj b.

    This is one of my regular, favorite places to eat. The food is consistently delicious and excellently prepared. The staff is always welcoming with a personal touch, and the food is out quickly every time. The Chicken Mee Siam and Pineapple Chicken & Rice dishes are my go to plates. Great place.

    (5)
  • Sha'Ri R.

    The Rotni was very good the pad thai was decent a bit mushy but I have had better. I didn't enjoy the Tom Yum which is odd I always enjoy it maybe because it wasn't as spicy as I like it. The shrimp fried rice had two pieces of shrimp uhh yeah that is a no no lol if I order shrimp fried rice I expect SHRIMP!!! Overall it was ok wasn't thrilled but it was a Monday and Ubon was closed. Ubon near the waterfront is the BEST in De hands down no competition.

    (3)
  • Steven M.

    Food was awesome. Best food I have had in Delaware so far! Great

    (5)
  • Kaitlin L.

    I've gotta tell you, I never give restaurants in Delaware the actual respect they deserve. The First State isn't exactly the culinary mecca of the world. However, there are a few restaurants that actually can deliver wonderfully flavored food that isn't a watered down version of the real thing. Rasa Syang is one of them. I'm not claiming this is the best Malaysian food on the East Coast, just that it is a pleasant surprise right on Rt 202. When you're looking for something a little different, this is a great option. They have a pretty decent pad thai, and a really tasty mango dish that I'm blanking on the name of. Tuesday night is noodle night, so you can get any noodle dish for $9.99. The atmosphere is nice and more classy than expected, which makes it a nice date spot (although I totally third wheeled it when I was here and didn't feel awkward). I found the prices to be a tad higher than I was expecting, but at least you get something new and different.

    (4)
  • Corey R.

    Great noodle dishes in Delaware!

    (4)
  • Andrew R.

    First timer for Malaysian food. I had green beans in garlic sauce with brown rice and it was excellent. It's pretty close to my job and I'll definitely be back.

    (4)
  • Alice C.

    This place sure gets crowded after Thanksgiving when nobody wants to deal with their leftovers and clean anymore dishes! They have a great chay koay teow, like other reviewers mentioned. It was slightly spicy, and stir-fried well with bean sprouts, prawns and stuff. The fried red snapper was very good too -- we had it with the black bean sauce. Make sure you ask the server what sauce they have since they can change it from the menu! The roti was a bit lacking, in my opinion -- it wasn't as crispy as how I like it. But it was still a tasty appetizer anyway. Service is pretty good, especially if you are a regular.

    (4)
  • Pbprep M.

    Great food! Roti pancake for app was sweet & spicy-- so unique! Pad Thai was flavorful and delicious. Huge liquor list, unique Asian beers, and specialty martinis. Only complaint is the talkative waitress who was trying too hard to provide service, yet she was really more annoying. Prices were good, too. Will definitely return.

    (4)
  • Pinky P.

    Love the roti canai with the curry dipping... and my husband likes the chicken with mango dishes... don't know the name exactly. We always try to eat there when we are in the area. They are very nice too, one time we went there with my mother in law, she has difficulty with steps because she has to walk with the walker, as soon as they saw her outside, they quickly opening the side entrance for her which doesn't have steps.

    (5)
  • Dennis W.

    Excellent Malaysian food with easy access to the highway, the food was quick, non oily and delicious. Portions are also generous and seating is comfortable as well!

    (5)
  • Andy S.

    Great dinner, good prices!

    (5)
  • Stephen H.

    My fiancé & me discover this place two days ago. We were looking for a good Chinese place to eat for lunch. This place definitely met my expectation & then some. I've never heard of Malaysian quinine but from tasting it its great. A good mix of Asian influence & Indian spices. We plan on going here again in the near future & trying more of their great food.

    (4)
  • Wawan S.

    Great place for Malaysian food if you're in Wilmington Area. Tuesday is noodle night ...so it is perfect to taste that Char kwe tiaw / Malaysian flat noodles. Price is on the high side compare to Penang and Banana leaf in Philadelphia PA but you save some money when gas is at 3.50$ / gallon by staying in the state :)

    (4)
  • Igor O.

    The best Malaysian food in Wilmington. Reasonable prices.

    (5)
  • Jessica K.

    This restaurant is consistently great and has consistently good service - for dinner. My husband goes there for lunch and says the service waivers but for dinner, it's sublime. I get a lot of the same dishes and they're always great - but last night I tried their malak dish and it was the best thing ever. Usually I get thai basil chicken, shrimp puffs, spring rolls and they're friggin fantastic. The menu is pretty big and has a large variety. Good drink menu too!

    (4)
  • Sanit J.

    I and a couple of friends checked into the restaurant at 9:30 pm on a Friday Night. From the start, we were rushed by our server to order the food although the official close is 10:30 pm. The food was decent but the service really sucked. Our server was rude and tried to rush us all the time. This was a total disappointment given the fact that we have always liked the food and service has always been good on previous 4-5 occasions that we have visited. Our server even snatched the plates on a couple of occasions when we were actually eating. I might have to think 10 times before visiting this place again.

    (2)
  • Nicole C.

    Best Malaysian food. We always get the Calamari, which has a nice kick, and I get the Mee Siam. Amazing everytime.

    (5)
  • Heidi H.

    Just visited. My first time. Loved it! My sister and I shared the calamari app. and it was different than either of us had ever experienced. It had onion and peppers with a delicious slightly spicy sauce. Tasty! I tried the green curry with seafood and my sister has the fried rice with beef. We were happily impressed. This was the first time either of us had tried a curry dish. It was a bit spicy, had a bite in the back of my throat but was a good bite, not harsh. Service was prompt, friendly and attentive but not too attentive if you know what I mean. We will each be visiting again, together or with one of the many people we will be referring there.

    (4)
  • Christian S.

    Incredibly yummy Malaysian food! We have had a number of meat and vegetarian dishes here, and have not gone wrong yet!

    (5)
  • Julia W.

    I truly love this place and I have only been here twice. The service was great and the food was delicious. I think that it's a great find for the area. Perfect for someone looking to try something new!

    (5)
  • Wendy W.

    we've been here a few times and left satisfied every time. the food is not amazing-wow but it has clean flavors. the best thing about this place is the dishes are brimming with fresh vegetables (especially the curry entrees). one dish we've had is the fried tofu appetizer. the soft cooked bean sprouts and peanut sauce adds a refreshing taste to the crispy deep fried tofu. it was a combination of soft, crunchy, crispy, and creamy all in one bite. as well as sweet, salty, and spicy. all this adds a nice texture in your mouth (if you like tofu) but it was on the tamed (aka unseasoned) side. an appetizer i highly recommend is the roti canai. the paper thin pan fried roti is flacky and perfect when dipped in the side of curry. a dessert i recommend is the peanut pancake. it's similar to the roti but stuffed with sweet chopped peanuts. you can taste the saltiness of the peanuts and the sweetness of the sugar crystals. i expect malaysian food to be powerful and full of asian spices but it is clear that rasa sayang has adjusted their flavors to suit newcomers to malaysian cuisine. overall, rasa sayang is a great addition to delaware. although it pales in comparisons to malaysian restaurants in the big city, it's a great introduction to southeast asian cuisine and a fix when nyc or philly is just too far away.

    (4)
  • Jo B.

    We have been to Rasa Sayang 4 times. Each time we have been blown away by the food, the service and the prices. The food is excellent. I have not been disappointed with anything I have ordered. Everything is fresh, flavorful and the presentation is very creative. Portion sizes are large. The place is very clean. The wait staff are all fantastic. They know their menu backwards and will help you make selections based on your taste. The service is always quick and perfectly timed. Your entree never comes to the table while you are in the middle of enjoying your appetizer. I have been here when it was very busy and when it was not. The service was the same both times. A dinner for four with each person getting an appetizer, entree, drinks and one person getting 2 take out orders was $127.00. We had friends come visit from a large metropolitan city and we worried where we might take them for dinner here in Delaware. We considered Philly but did not want to go quite so far. so we came here. Our guests were very happy with our choice and raved about the food. I highly recommend this restaurant.

    (5)
  • Jeff Z.

    I read all of the reviews here and found out exactly what Malayasian food was since I've never had it before. Always up for something new, I decided I was up for it when my date suggested we try out Rasa Sayang. I stayed with something somewhat safe, yet still new to me... Pad Thai. I was quite pleased with that choice. Never having it before I found something that has become my favorite! I'm not much for tomato-based foods, so I'm not too sure if I'll try anything else, but I need to learn more about Malayasian food. My date tried out a dish she had before at another restaurant, but wasn't too thrilled with it. The only bad thing I could say about Rasa Sayang is that our waitress, who was a bit new I was told, had brought out my date's main dish before mine, which took another 5 minutes. Not much of a big deal, but if Gordon Ramsay was back in the kitchen I'm sure I'd be hearing him back there! Every since that meal, I've been craving Pad Thai!

    (4)
  • Doug F.

    Based upon the preexisting positives reviews I had high expectations for Rasa Sayang. I really wanted to like the place, but I was somewhat disappointed. The food was by no means bad, but for the price I expected better. I started off with the three-layer iced tea as my beverage of choice. It was sweet, but not excessively so. It had an almost desert-like quality to it, but I enjoyed it with my appetizer and meal nevertheless. However, at $3.50 it was an expensive indulgence. For an appetizer I shared an order of the crispy calamari. It was quite good - a little bit spicy (just right in my book). The presentation was nice - it was served in a leaf of red cabbage that resembled a shell of some sort. Unfortunately, my entree was a let down. I order the beef chow fun and it wasn't all that much fun. It looked great, but was kinda bland in spite of my request to make a little spicy. There just wasn't much flavor to speak of. I'd be willing to give Rasa Sayang another try since other reviewers have obviously been very satisfied. While not horrible, my experience was one of average food at above-average prices.

    (3)
  • Ross L.

    I've been to Rasa Sayang twice now, and have enjoyed it both times. Both times I had the Chay Koay Teow - extra extra spicy (They'll ask if you're sure. Be sure. It's awesome.) which is a great noodle dish, billed as the "King of the hawker food". It has stir fried rice noodles with shrimp, squid, eggs, chili paste, soy sauce and bean sprouts. I had never had Malaysian food before, and was a bit apprehensive since I'm not to big in to curries and other Indian-like food - this won me over though. I loove noodles, and these were top notch. The decor is very nice. I'm a big fan of Asian foods, and often find myself in dirty little dives to get my fix. Rasa Sayang though, is pretty posh. I wore dress slacks and a blazer and was not out of place at all. Their prices do reflect this, however. While some of these dishes would be $7 or so at a dirty noodle house in Philly, they're $12 at Rasa Sayang. Though, if you love noodles and are going out with friends who may not appreciate the "character" of a dingy restaurant where you're the only non-asian people there, this is the spot for you. There are some pictures of the Mee Siam that my date had, as well as the appetizer platter, and my Chay Koay Teow here: thisiswhatimeating.com/t…

    (4)
  • Gabrielle F.

    Raya Sayang makes me glow with gluttonous giddiness. The food is quite good--great spices and variety--but the home-made tofu, custard-textured and perfectly cooked, is out of this world. Add to that that the service is strong and it's in a historic building--the original DE Supreme Court if I'm getting it right, where John Jay presided, and who can beat that? I bet the spirits of those justices are hanging out right there--you know, they died and went to heaven, as it were. I ask them to go light on the oil and they actually do! Who could ask for more?

    (5)
  • Kay S.

    Love this place. Great food and very friendly service. Mango tofu and curries are favorites. Definitely our favorite ethnic food restaurant in Wilmington.

    (5)
  • Shreekant P.

    Rasa consistently delivers excellent Malay food. Authentic tasting Mee Goreng. My favorite starters are roti tellur (egg pancakes), Mee Goreng for noodles.

    (4)
  • Kevin M.

    I love the Pad Thai here. It is really good. That is all I have had. I like it so much that I get it every time. The staff is very friendly as well.

    (4)
  • Bob K.

    Friends of ours, who were veterans of this restaurant, took me and The Wife last Saturday, and I was not disappointed. We had the appetizer combo plate, and I was particularly fond of the pickle, served in the middle of the plate. It wasn't like an Indian pickle, which I find too harsh, but rather sweet. I also tried the Tom Yam soup, which was superb. The chunks of tomato were an incredible flavor combination with the broth. We all ordered separate entrees, and shared. Three out of four were great. Let's start with the disappointment - the basic Chicken Fried Rice that my wife ordered. It was quite bland. Didn't stop me from finishing it off her plate, though. The Malay Mee Goreng was fabulous, and ordered by my friend conveniently seated across from me. :) I had the Thai Curry Chicken, which had great flavor, but just as importantly, the sauce consistency was good, not greasy, which has been a problem with some recent Thai places I've visited. And finally, there was the Rasa Sayang Ginger beef, which was served like fajitas, sizzling on the way to the table. Drinkies? The beer options were limited, but at least they had a Singha for me. There were typical colorful martinis available, so my wife had something with blue curacao. Then the desserts. Leave some room. The fried ice cream was merely OK - it had quite a think crust, and it was served with a couple of chunks of fried banana. Fried banana was also available on its own. There was a coconut pudding, which was like a flan, kinda custardy, and a peanut pancake, which was very similar to a appetizer dish that I neglected to mention. We sat in the place long after we had paid the check, so perhaps we were the noise that the other reviewer objected to. OK, so it was a bawdy conversation. Its not like there were any kids around. Not much atmosphere to speak of, but that's not why we went. We were also given a $10 gift card for a future visit. A warning - we may not be going back, as many of the dishes are cooked with some kind of shrimp broth, which my wife is allergic to. It severely limited her options.

    (4)
  • Morton F.

    I found this restaurant to be somewhat disappointing but I have to disclose that I'm used to Malaysian restaurants in places like Flushing Chinatown that have a wide and varied menu and are good and cheap. Rasa Sayang is the only game in Northern Delaware right now and they are probably just fine in relation to other restaurants in suburban Wilmington but it simply doesn't hold a candle to any Malaysian restaurant in Chinatown. Having said that... Parking was abundant on the weekday night when I went to this restaurant. Independence Mall is a pretty quiet place. The restaurant itself was well decorated and had a good ambiance. My first disappointment was the menu. I think there were only about a dozen items that were actually Malaysian. Many popular dishes that one may find at other Malaysian restaurants are missing. In addition, prices are rather high. Again, it may just be that I'm used to Malaysian restaurants in Chinatown. I ordered mee goreng and chicken satay. I thought both dishes were pretty good, although the spice was virtually undetectable. Service was just fine. If you're looking for more Malaysian food, the closest restaurant I would suggest is Penang in Philadelphia Chinatown. I've been there a bunch of times myself and therefore I can recommend it.

    (3)
  • Craig W.

    For a few months, a "Coming Soon" sign for Rasa Sayang has been up at the Independence Mall but with no indication of when they were opening. Well, I read that they finally opened and we decided to give it a try for dinner. It was worth the wait. The place was decorated nicely - though it could use more sound dampening - it was a bit noisy with the place about three-quarters full. Our waiter, Patrick, was very helpful in answering our questions and making recommendations. Baby and I started with the appetizer sampler of spring rolls, chicken satay, Achat (a pickled vegetable dish), shrimp puff, and fried tofu. Everything was very good except the spring rolls. We thought they were too doughy and a little light on the filling. After consulting with Patrick, I got the Thai Pineapple Fried Rice with Shrimp. Not only was it made with pineapple, it was served in a hollowed up pineapple half. It was also made with cashews, egg, and shrimp paste. The dish was flavorful and not at all greasy like a lot of fried rice. Baby got the Coconut Jumbo Prawns which is hard to accurately describe in words. It starts with six batter fried colossal shrimp. The menu says they're in "aromatic coconut butter" and Baby thought that meant some type of sauce. But when the dish came out they were sitting on and surrounded by this deliciously rich and tasty, toasty brown fluffiness. At first, we thought it might be coconut but it wasn't quite the right texture. And the coating on the shrimp was equally rich. Before we had a chance to ask, Patrick came over and wanted to know if we could guess what made up the fluffiness. As we were completely clueless, he filled us in and told us it was egg whites! Wow, we never would have guessed. The dish was so rich (and a little oily - though not at all greasy) that Baby could only finish half of it and we had to skip dessert. But we'll definitely try to squeeze it in next time we come.

    (4)
  • Dave M.

    Food is consistently good here, slightly above average. It doesn't strike me as exceptional, but every now and then, it's a nice treat. Lots of selections with curry as well as seafood fare. For starters, try the Homemade Roti Canai. I once got one of the sizzling dishes and it nearly smoked out the whole restaurant. So if you don't mind being _that guy_, then go for it. Mango chicken is good as is the Beef Chow Fun. Try the teas ... they are good, but sweet. Rasa Sayang tea and Lichee teas are worth checking out. Service is pretty attentive.

    (4)
  • Steve G.

    Yelp reviews helped me pick this restaurant for dinner on my family's first night of vacation in the Brandywine Valley. Service was great with the young kids (paper cups with tops and straws); the food exceeded our expectations; and presentation was spectacular. Best bet is the homemade tofu, which has a custard-like mouthfeel. Our favorite item was Mango Tofu, prepared with mango strips in sweet sauce and served in two mango halves. Also outstanding were pineapple fried rice - yes, served in a half-pineapple - and Pad Thai.

    (4)
  • Leanne P.

    Love love LOVE this restaurant!

    (5)
  • Craig C.

    it's okay, only for hungry not for enjoy

    (3)
  • M K.

    Thai ice tea, Malay satay chicken, green Thai curry (mild made for me). All perfectly done. It's one of the best places for Malay/Thai food down here!

    (5)
  • Nicole B.

    Went here last night with a group of about 16 people. the service was great especially for such a large table. we ordered a bunch of appetizer which were pretty good. i didnt taste the soup but it looked really good. i had the rasasayang chicken which was delicious. My boyfriend had the mango chicken which was good considering I don't care for mango. The best dish was a spicy beef dish with flat noodles. I would go back and order that one next time. A very enjoyable night with reasonable prices. Highly recommend going here.

    (4)
  • Cheryl A.

    I'll start by saying the food was fabulous! Each dish we ordered was better than the last. But, it is not 100% Malaysian. It has a lot of Thai and Chinese influences...but at the end of the day, who cares....the food was fabulous! We started with the Malaysian bread which came with a delicious chicken peanut curry dipping sauce. We then had the Green curry - excellent and flavorful, the Beef Chow Fun - also delicious with the sweet/spicy flavor of Pad-See-ew, and the Pad Thai - a nice twist on the traditional with a little more spice to it, and also excellent. The portions were good size too so that 4 of us could share 3 dishes and feel satisfied and still have room to do out for a few drinks. The couple of drawbacks are the ambiance - they definitely need some trees or something - it has the strip mall feel to it - but that isn't the end of the world. But the drinks were strange - they offered great concoctions with fresh mango and pressed strawberries and more...but we all would swear there was no alcohol in these fancy drinks. My mango vodka with fresh pressed strawberries tasted delicious...but I really think that they substituted Mango water for Mango vodka! So maybe save your money on the drinks, but you must go try the food!

    (4)
  • L M.

    I've dined at Rasa Sayang so many times since they opened I've lost count! It's a beautifully appointed restaurant and the owner, Patrick and Polly are friendly and P & P are knowledgeable servers. My favorites are the Mie Siam with shrimp and peanuts, the appetizer assortment, the calamari and oh, the won ton soup is wonderful! You'll never eat any other won ton soup again with those gross thick noodles after you savor Rasa Sayang's.

    (4)
  • Vince S.

    The rasa sayang curry chicken was amazing. We are in Wilmington for work and my coworker and I went yesterday, we were both considering going again today.

    (5)
  • Jen J.

    Okay, I have to preface this with saying that we have been going here since opening week so this review may be a bit biased. We (husband and I) love this place! While it may not be strictly Malaysian only, all the food we have tried has been delicious. I have recomended Rasa Sayang to at least three people and they are hooked as well. We start the dinner out with a pineapple tequila shot , you can see the pineapple sitting on the bar when you first come in. The pineapple has been stewing in the liquor for about a week (ask Patrick how they do it) and they dip out the tequila that is now flavored by the pineapple & give a skewered piece on top. Woohoo...good but deadly. Roti Canai (sp) is our normal starter, which is a crepe-like pancake filled with onions and served with a curry & potato dipping sauce. Our staple go to dish is Mee Siam which is a noodle dish with tofu and shrimp (we get it extra spicy) but have tried many things off the menu and the specials as well and have never been disappointed. It is great to go with a group since alot of the dishes are served family style-sample away. One thing that I love is that they bring the food out as it becomes ready so everything is fresh. About the only thing we haven't had are their desserts, as we are usually too full from dinner. If you go say hello to Patrick and Polly (servers)...they make the night

    (4)
  • Karma B.

    This place is great. Went there for lunch. Great service. Great food. Nice place. If you like spicy food, you'll love this place. Very easy to get to. I live in Philly and don't know the area at all and had no problem. 30 minutes from Market and 95.

    (5)
  • g w.

    Rasa Sayang is excellent. I love their Pad Thai. very nice atmosphere, great service and unique/good food. we've been there 5 or 6 times and will always go back at any opportunity. Still waiting for their 2nd restaurant to open in Lantana- hopefully soon???

    (4)
  • Adam M.

    Excellent Food and Friendly staff!

    (5)

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Opening Hours

  • Mon :11:00 am - 2:00pm

Specialities

  • Takes Reservations : Yes
    Delivery : No
    Take-out : Yes
    Accepts Credit Cards : Yes
    Good For : Dinner
    Parking : Private Lot
    Bike Parking : No
    Wheelchair Accessible : Yes
    Good for Kids : Yes
    Good for Groups : Yes
    Attire : Casual
    Ambience : Casual
    Noise Level : Average
    Alcohol : Full Bar
    Outdoor Seating : No
    Wi-Fi : Free
    Has TV : Yes
    Waiter Service : Yes
    Caters : Yes

Rasa Sayang

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