Restaurant

Tempo Dulu Restaurant  THE DIFF
When you enter our little restaurant you will feel at home in the old Indonesian Colonial Java style. The many pictures on the walls show you the history of Indonesia and the 400-year link with the Dutch. Four decade

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Menu

The DIFF only serves quality meat (low fat-high protein), vegetables and ingredients
Preparing this kind of food takes a lot of time (‘tempo dulu’) and that is why we do this in advance and then deep freeze the meat and sauces.

Typical cooking ta

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Indonesian BUFFET on Friday and Saturday!

The restaurant is closed at this moment. But soon we will be open again to serve our delicious and extensive Indonesian Tempo Dulu buffet! Call for reservation tel: 0848 832 967 (also via Whatsapp and ‘LINE’) A delicious buffet with an eye for detail, a wealth of dishes and side dishes, refined flavors and the […]

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A little history about Indonesian flavors

Tempo Dulu Restaurant the DIFF     Dutch-Indonesian food . Indonesian cuisine consists of different flavors per island or even per region. Indo cuisine is also influenced by Chinese cuisine, among other things, but there is a large Dutch influence in the Ind. kitchen. e.g. the rice table was a Dutch invention with which the […]

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Free Delivery Service

In this extraordinary covid-19 time we still do takeaway and we deliver to your home. When your order is 500 baht or more, delivery is FREE in the Pattaya, Ban Amphur and Bangsaray region (always by appointment). For takeaway meals, please allow us 2 hours to prepare everything, then we will immediately agree the pick-up […]

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Owner Juliette Bergmann tells her story

  Owner Juliette Bergmann tells her story: I like to introduce myself since we are running this little restaurant together with Poo, so my name is Juliette Bergmann, 50% indonesian, born out of a 100% Indo father and a Dutch mother. My family was deported out of their property in ’42 by the Japanese occupiers. […]

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See how we work & prepare our food

  The typical colonial Indonesian style of cooking consists of good preparation and the ‘tempo dulu’ (‘olden days’) way of cooking where taking time and patience is the key. 3 to 4 hours of simmering the meat in the sauce so the taste can really soak through……. not your typical ‘fast food’ but waiting and […]

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