Bombay to Bali Dinner (a tale of two cities and cultures)

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Due to new regulations, this dinner is now a late lunch starting at 14:00. Entry is possible with a valid QR code.

If you can’t join for us for lunch, takeaway is an option as well. You get a bottle of great paired wine along with. Take away possible from 17:00 till 18:30.

Two lands of diversity, rich heritage and culture – India and Indonesia have been together in many ways. And on the 18th of December – Maureen (famous cookbook author – De Bijbel van de Indonesische Keuken) and I (author of De Bijbel van de Indiase Keuken) will take you on a taste trip in Amsterdam. From one coast of India to the other coast of Indonesia.

Maureen and I have designed a 3 (x2) course menu to share the best and our favorite recipes from our books.

  • Starters/Voorgerecht (2)
  • Main Course/Hoofdgerecht (2)
  • Dessert (2)

The dinner menu will be designed with an option of vegetarian and meat options – unfortunately vegan, glutenfree options cannot be taken into consideration this time.

Because there are limited seats (30 people) – we highly encourage you to book tickets in groups of 2, 4 or more. If you are alone, great chance to bring in a new date 😉

The price includes the food, water, tea and coffee but no alcoholic drinks. Wine and beer that pair well with Indian and Indonesian food will be available for sale.

Price: €99,95 for 2 people

Date: December 18, 2021

Time: 14:00 till 17:00 (doors open at 13:45)

Location: Kas Keerweer, Amsterdam

Please mention your preference – ‘Vegetarian’ or ‘regular menu’ while booking

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Probable Menu:

Welcome snacks will be kept on the table on arrival

Voorgerecht:

  • Indonesian fresh loempia (fresh springroll with bambooshoot, prawn and pork, served with a garlic sauce) / alternate vegetarian option as well
  • Pani Puri (a true streetfood uniting India – it is sweet, sour, spicy, crunchy – in short an explosion of flavors in your mouth)

Hoofdgerecht:

  • Sate buntel (a minced goat meat sate from Central Java. Served with a sweet soy sauce with shallots, tomato, lime and crushed peanuts and also with cubes compressed rice and pickled cucumber and shallots)  / alternative vegetarian option as well
  • Paneer Tikka served on Garlic Butter Naan (Indian cottage cheese grilled with vegetables and served on a flatbread with mint chutney and pickled onions)

Desert:

  • Rujuk Manis (Seasonal fruit salad with a spicy, sweet, savoury and sour peanutdressing)
  • Gajar ka Halwa (Sweet carrot and cardamom pudding topped with pistachio and cashews)

The end: Indonesian herbal tea with Indian cookie

Remember to come HUNGRY!

Additional information

Menu Option

Regular Menu, Vegetarian Menu, Takeaway

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