“Our aim is to make it taste exactly the way it tastes if you eat it in the countries where the dishes are from,” restaurant owner Yu Chou says. Whether it is a Dutch broodje kroket or uitsmijter you are after, a Korean bibimbap or a Chinese ajam pangang; De Kleine Wereld has it all on its lunch menu.  At supper time, the choices are even greater. There are Chinese soups, Thai curries, Korean rice dishes, Argentinean grill specials and French and Italian desserts. “Admittedly, the Asian kitchen is over represented in our restaurant, but that is because we only venture into cuisine swe really understand,” Chou, a Dutchman with Chinese roots, says.