Northeast Portland’s popular Gado Gado has finally debuted their “Rice Table,” an interpretation of the Dutch-Indonesian feast known as the rijsttafel. For $75 per person, the restaurant will fill the table with dumplings, bread, curries, grilled meats and fishes, sambals, rice, and more. Shareable dishes look like squash panipuri and pork satay with tamarind pickled cabbage; Chinese sausage and shrimp siumai; and the restaurant’s famed roti canai. Look also to larger plates like a Sumatran-style beef rendang and sweet-and-sour tamarind clams. Those not ready to throw down can still order old favorites à la carte, including golden turmeric curry, onion fritters with fermented coconut, spice-rubbed grilled albacore, and orange cardamom apple cider doughnuts with kaya jam.