[ rahys-tah-fuhl ]
/ ˈraɪsˌtɑ fəl /
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an Indonesian meal consisting of rice served with a large array of small dishes of meat, poultry, seafood, vegetables, and condiments.
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British Dictionary definitions for rijsttafel
/ (ˈraɪsˌtɑːfəl) /
an Indonesian food consisting of a selection of rice dishes to which are added small pieces of a variety of other foods, such as meat, fish, fruit, pickles, and curry
Word Origin for rijsttafel
from Dutch rijst rice + tafel table
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