Foobooz After Dark: Rijsttafel

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Rijsttafel literally translates to “rice table”, and that’s what our next Foobooz After Dark dinner is.

For over 300 years, Indonesia was a Dutch colony and some of the best Indonesian food in the world can be found in Amsterdam.

So we took Philadelphia’s Best Indonesian, Hardena Waroeng Surabaya, and paired them up with our very own Little Amsterdam, Noord, to give us Philadelphia’s very first rijsttafel. Tables will be graced with big and small plates of beautiful Indonesian satays, sambals, fish, vegetables and the people will feast, family-style, until they can feast no more.




And like last time, it's just going to be late, 11:30 pm on Saturday, February 1st and only 25 tickets will be sold, at $85 a piece (tax and gratuity included). 

So who wants in? If you're interested, sign up for our reminder email and we'll email you the day and time tickets go on sale. Last time, tickets sold out in about two hours, so we suggest signing up.



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  • William Rhodes

    Oh my gosh…I wish. I’ve had some of the best meals of my life in rijstaffel spots in Amsterdam. I didn’t even know how to spell this word. To be fair I was wrecked every time.

  • A Contrarian

    …Or you could just go to Hardena during a normal time and eat the exact same food. By the time you spent even $20 there you’d be completely full.