Aneka Rasa translated from Indonesian means “Various Taste”. The name originates from the fact that Indonesia consists of about 6000 islands. In every region, the cuisine varies significantly and has many different influences –whether from India, the Middle East, China, or Europe.
The word “Rijsttafel” originates from Dutch, even though all the dishes served are undoubtedly Indonesian. During their presence in Indonesia, Dutch people introduced the rijsttafel or the so-called rice table. The reason behind that was not only to enjoy a variety of dishes at the same time but also to impress the coming visitors with the fascinating size of their colony.
A rice table features a selection of dishes varying in flavors, colors, degrees of spiciness and textures (crispy, chewy, soft, etc.). Usually, the meals vary in number starting from 4 and sometimes reaching even 40. Our Rice Tables don’t make an exception to the above description. We offer three different rice tables, each of which consists of 14 small sample dishes nicely arranged on a warm réchaud (a metal instrument that keeps the food warm for a certain period of time and allows you to enjoy your meal all evening).