Come to Redjeki to enjoy Authentic Indonesian Cuisine from the oldest Indonesian Restaurant in Delft. Large parties of 20 or more can book a buffet style party with advance reservations.
Ricetable = Rijsttafel
The ‘Rijsttafel ‘ originated in the Dutch colonial era, when the need was felt to create a festive and official type of banquet that would represent the multi-ethnic nature of the Indonesian archipelago. Dishes were assembled from many of the far flung regions of Indonesia, where many different cuisines exist, often determined by the religion of the particular island or island group. Brought back to the Netherlands by former colonials and exiled Indonesians after Indonesia gained its independence in 1945, the rijsttafel was predominantly popular with Dutch families with colonial roots.
Visit our specialty store next door where you can shop from a great selection of authentic ingredients to re-create the indonesian flavour experience in your own home. A selection of prepared dishes are also available for you to enjoy at home.
Would you like to eat something Indonesian or serve it at home, or do you want to cook something Indonesian for yourself or your family? Our store is always ready to provide you with your needs.
You can always go to our store for snacks, take aways or herbs and spices.
Our store has a wide variety of spices in it’s highest quality to provide you the real Indonesian in your kitchen. You can find the prices of our snacks and take aways on our website for you to choose before you visit our store. Go to our store when you are ready with your own menu you want to serve on your table tonight.
Redjeki can also provide catering services for you receptions, family gatherings, club and company dinners. Choose from the selection of dishes on our menu or customize the experience with your own meal combinations. Call us to discuss the possibilities.
Delivery to private individuals, companies and setting creations
Standard menus or own choice
Chafing disches for buffet at your home
For small or large meetings you can use our restaurant for €8 an hour. During the meeting we can serve coffee and tea and maybe afterwards you can enjoy a nice dinner. Give us a call to discuss the possibilities.
Restaurant’s business hours
Store’s business hours
On all major holidays the store is closed
By Public Transportation
If you go by train, step out at Delft Station. Walk to the centre of the city by crossing over the bridge on the Westvest then go left. At Delphi Cinema turn right and walk thru the Oude Delft till the Oude Kerk (old church, the one with bent tower). Take another right turn to walk next to the church then cross over the bridge at the end once more. De Chroorstraat is the street after the Heilige Geestkerkhof. It is about 10 minutes walking from the station.
By Tram 1, which also stops at delft station and Hollands Spoor station, step out at the Prinsenhof, tram stop in Delft. Walk thru the Schoolstraat on the direction of the Oude Kerk and walk directly next to the church, walk over the bridge at the end of the way. De Chroorstraat is the street after the Heilige Geestkerkhof. It is about 5 minutes walking from the Prinsenhof tram stop.
From the direction of Amsterdam or Rotterdam or from Utrecht thru the Prins Clausplein on the A4, take the Delft-Noord junction and follow the Delft-Centrum board. Turn left at the traffic light of the T-crossing Vlietsingel and Broekmolenweg. Follow the street with the tram line in the middle. This street leads to the bridge over the Rijn-Schiekanaal.
Recommended Parking alternatives
After the bridge turn left at the first traffic light and follow the Parking sign. You can park on Paardenmarkt quite cheap. From here walk thru Van der Mastenstraat towards Verwersdijk. On Verwersdijk turn left then turn right on the first street to the Choorstraat. more info
Alternatively, follow the Phoenix Parking Garage sign instead of turning left. From the Parking garage, walk to the direction of the Oude Delft, turn left to the Oude Kerk (old church, the one with bent tower). Take another right turn to walk next to the church then cross over the bridge at the end once more. De Chroorstraat is the street after the Heilige Geestkerkhof. It takes about 5 minutes to walk from the Parking garage to the Choorstraat. more info