The food here is delicious and abounding with astounding taste to every square inch of the orifice. Be aware when it comes to Surinamese restaurants peanut butter sauce is a major ingredient in the food.
We ordered pejel which consists of string beans, cabbage, and bean sprouts with a copious topping of peanut sauce. .Add a side order of chicken skewers (satee) to make this a complete meal.
Mutton and nassi which is fried rice or bami (fried pasta) in place of rice. But when ordering say lams the Dutch word for lamb - mutton is not a well-known word here.
For soup lovers, there is Saoto soup consisting of a chicken broth, shredded chicken, bean sprouts, potato sticks, noodles, rice on the side and one boiled egg.
We shared this order among three o us but it was enough for four.
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