Restaurant

Dutch Indonesian Family Food 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

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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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Takeaway

Like to enjoy the taste of Dutch-Indo food in the comfort of your own home? THE DIFF = Taste the difference!
Use our takeaway service or order online in our WebShop (click here) ! In fact this is currently the main activity of the DIFF  (Dutch Indo

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Indonesian Buffet Friday 6. & Saturday 7. November

‘Tempo Dulu’ Indonesian Buffet on Friday 6. and Saturday 7. November with a wealth of dishes and side dishes, refined flavors and the typical full taste, you will not find better quality elsewhere in Thailand. . Why? Because we have our roots in Java, the experience of a lifetime trying and experimenting with food, the […]

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New: Ready-Made Meals

We have our own Better Bodies gym next door to the restaurant. We prepare and sell also food for those who like to eat healthy after a workout or training exercise (and perfect food during lunch break at work too…) For this we made meals that are easy and fast to heat up (simply with […]

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Owner Juliette Bergmann tells her story

Owner Juliette Bergmann tells her story: I like to introduce myself since we are thriving 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 ’43 by the Japanese occupiers. Grandfather […]

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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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New Video’s Are Ready

We recorded a few new video’s to show our latest food try-outs. Please have a look and tell us what you think. Click on the arrow in the picture BELOW to watch the video:     And here we present a new dish. Guess what it is?  

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