Rijsttafel refers to Curacao's table serving rice with up to 20 accompanying dishes. Rijsttafel is one of the many treats that can be found in the Antille.Rijsttafel is literally translated as "rice table,” on which a buffet is set up with numerous dishes which is anywhere from 10 to 25 that are accompanied by rice. Rijsttafel was introduced by the Dutch, who in turn, picked it up from Indonesia, where they also ruled. Condiments are laid out on your table and you can season the food to your liking.

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