What is Indonesian Rijsttafel?
Rijsttafel is effectively two words sandwiched together: “rijst,” meaning rice, and “tafel,” meaning table.While the dishes that make up a rijsttafel are mostly Indonesian in origin, the concept of a rijsttafel is wholly Dutch. It is a veritable feast of dishes from all over the islands that make up Indonesia's archipelago, accompanied by rice. You can expect a dozen or more dishes to appear, in varying degrees of spiciness and with varying origins.
Some of the ‘Main’ Dishes
Satay - marinated skewers of chicken or beef served with slightly sweet, yet savoury peanut sauce Rendang - is rich with thick, almost dry, semi-sweet sauce Gado-gado - is a mix of vegetables (cooked or raw), again served with a peanut sauce Babi kecap - Served in a sweet soy-based sauce Sayur lodeh - A vegetable dish, in a thinner, coconut-based sauce Telur balado - Hard-boiled eggs never tasted as good as they do in this spicy, thick chili sauce The Rice
In addition to steamed white rice, nasi goreng
(Indonesian fried rice) is also served
Some of the Accompaniments
Sambal – Some like their Indonesian food hot,
and sambal is the perfect way to add fire to pretty much any dish
Serundeng – A mixture of peanut and toasted coconut,
it lends a satisfying crunch to the dishes
Krupuk – Indonesian version of prawn crackers,
dipped in peanut sauce, these are great as a snack while you’re
waiting for your rijsttafel to arrive
Only 24.50€ per person * Minimum 2 people
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