During my 3 weeks in The Netherlands I captured some Indonesisch restaurants scattered around the country, and based on this resource, we’ll see, there are hundreds of Indonesian restaurant in The Netherlands. It’s just nice to see pieces of your country in someone’s else country, isn’t it?? I feel so, It makes me feel like home ….
Well, I love traveling, and I don’t mind staying or living overseas for a very long period or the rest of my life, I don’t experience culture shock at all when I first stayed in The Netherlands, I enjoy living in multicultural environment.. it makes my life more colorful. I don’t feel homesick at all when I stayed in The Netherlands, but one thing I really miss when I stay far away from my home country is the food, my Indonesian food.
From my experience living with multicultural friends, I do love tasting variety of food, such as,Indian, Japanese, Turkish, Vietnamese etcetera…. I love food from over the world , as long as they are not into bizarre food , i.e snake soup, animal testicles, monkey’s brain (reminds me of one of episode in Indiana Jones movie) , I definitely don’t mind consuming ‘normal’ food from over the world.
For me, every country has their own uniqueness taste of food, from its smell, looks and whatever I can’t describe in short sentence. However, from all of food I’ve known in the world,….. Indonesian food is the best for me that I always miss it wherever I go. Why?? The answer is easy, because I grew up with Indonesian food, hot and spicy kind of food… It’s the best taste in the world. When I had dinner with my western friends , I enjoyed watching them look so scared when I was so brave eating some chilly paddy or chilly pepper, eating these chillies, it’s like a Super Power for me!! I can do what you can’t do!! yes, eating hot and spicy food…. 😉
On this entry, I’ll share you guys some Indonesisch Restaurants photographs I captured during my short visit in The Netherlands… :) Genoten!!Updated picture: