Conventional Dutch cuisine is moderatelyeffortless and the few dishes depicted as "typically Dutch" are infrequently also described as "complicated" or "classy". The main ingredient in a typically Dutch repast is potatoes, generally accompanied by meat and boiled vegetables. Dairy products are also widespread.A typical Dutch breakfast consists of numerous types of bread, slices of Dutch cheese, butter, jam or honey, sometimes eggs, sausages or processed meats. Coffee, tea, chocolate and fruit juice are vital during breakfast.
The Netherlands now has agloballytilting cuisine with the ingredients for foods deriving from Africa, France, Italy, Eastern Europe, the Balkans, America and the Far East. In the major cities such as Amsterdam, one can find Thaiand Indian food restaurants, andalso authentic Chinese food in the Chinese quarters is available.