Posts Tagged "Indische Rijsttafel"


Indonesian Rijsttafel March 2015

Indonesian Rijsttafel March 2015


Posted on Mar 11, 2015

Indonesian Rijsttafel March 2015 Our monthly Indische Rijsttafel will be on Thursday 26th March. This is the perfect opportunity to get together with friends and enjoy a balmy Autumn evening with interesting food. Have an interesting and tasty evening enjoying the range of dishes prepared by our talented chefs. This is like the Dutch version of Tapas and you’ll experience a rich and complex blend of tastes and textures. A great night out. BOOK NOW...

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First Indische Rijsttafel of 2015

First Indische Rijsttafel of 2015


Posted on Feb 11, 2015

We know you missed the Indische Rijsttafels over season, but, it’s now February! So it is time for our first monthly Rijsttafel of 2015.Join us on the 19th of February for a convivial evening to remember.  A range of Indonesian style dishes are served with a range of rices to be passed and shared and tasted and discussed. this is the Dutch version of Tapas. Not only is it an excellent way to eat but it is also always ends up being a social and entertaining evening. We know you missed the Indische Rijsttafels over season, but, it’s now February! So it is time for our first monthly Rijsttafel of 2015. Booking...

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There are all sorts of delights awaiting you at Dutchies, from the multitude of Indonesian dishes our chefs are preparing for the Indonesian Rijsttafel tomorrow night; to the sweet sounds of music by Roger Summer on a Sunday; to the glorious Grotto Beach with the whales having a ball in full sight; and the divine duo of Sound Image performing for us at the end of the month. It’s summer, even if there is a bit of sea mist now and then, so get out and enjoy...

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Indonesian Rijsttafel October 2014

Indonesian Rijsttafel October 2014


Posted on Oct 8, 2014

Indonesian Rijsttafel October 2014 Mark the 24th of October if you’d like to enjoy our monthly Indische Rijsttafel. This convivial way of eating, best shared with a group of friends, guarantees you an entertaining, and tasty, night out. Indonesian cuisine is a rich and complex blend of the tastes and textures of many cultures. Chinese, Indian, Arab, Dutch, Spanish, Portuguese and British cuisine have influenced the development of Indonesian cuisine and the Rijsttafel showcases the diversity of the various dishes. This is an excellent way of sampling numerous Indonesian dishes in one meal and is a real culinary treat....

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Indonesian Rijsttafel September 2014

Indonesian Rijsttafel September 2014


Posted on Sep 2, 2014

Indonesian Rijsttafel September 2014 Our Indische Rijsttafel for September will be held on the 19th. This elaborate meal of many side dishes accompanied by rice is especially enjoyed with a group of friends to share the new tastes and textures you experience with.   This is Chef Wayne’s first Indische Rijsttafel with us and we can’t wait to see what dishes Indonesian cuisine inspires him to create! Below are some of the dishes that are often served at an Indonesian Rijsttafel. Babi kecap – Pork belly braised in sweet soy sauce common in the Netherlands, for halal Indonesian version often replaced by beef semur Bebek betutu – Duck roasted in banana leaves Gado-gado – Vegetables (cooked or fresh) with peanut sauce (sambal kacang) Krupuk – Shrimp crackers Lumpia – Spring rolls Nasi goreng – Fried rice Nasi kuning – Indonesian yellow rice Perkedel – Meat and potato patties Pisang goreng – Banana fritters Sambal iris – Onion, tomato and chilli pasta Sambal kacang – Peanut sauce Sambal ulek – Spicy chilli paste Satay (sometimes spelled Saté, Sate, or Sateh) – Various thinly sliced meats, marinated then broiled on a skewer, such as: Sate Ayam, chicken; Sate Babi, pork; Sate Lilit, seafood Semur daging – A type of stew of beef braised in sweet soy sauce Serundeng – Peanuts with sautéed shredded coconut Tahu telur – Tofu omelette Telur balado – Hard-boiled eggs sautéed in chilli sauce Sayur lodeh – Vegetable stew (spicy) in coconut milk Rendang – Aromatic spicy caramelized beef, braised in coconut milk, chillies and spices Lemper – Rice rolls with spicy filling Opor ayam – Chicken coconut curry Are you salivating yet? Book now!...

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Selamat makan

Selamat makan


Posted on Jul 30, 2014

Selamat makan It’s time for our Indonesian Rijsttafel again! Come and experience the myriad of tastes Indonesian food has to offer and experience or on Friday 8th August 2014. We’ll be serving a selection of Indonesian dishes for you to enjoy with friends. Gado Gado is one of the dishes often found on an Indonesian Rijsttafel. It’s a warm vegetable salad, served with crushed shrimp crackers (krupuk) and boiled eggs. The salad can have a range of vegetables with the more traditional ingredients being cabbage, sprouts, arrots and green beans. In Indonesian “gado-gado’ means mix-mix – which is exactly what it is. Gado-Gado is very similar to ‘karedok’ but is different in that the vegetables aren’t raw but slightly boiled. The sauce is also not a traditional ‘satay’ peanut sauce. It’s a spice up one with chillies added. Selamat makan Looking forward to seeing you there! R210 per person. Booking essential. Make a Reservation  ...

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