Published On: Mon, Apr 28th, 2014

Cheese and delicatessen shop in Riffort

Team Royal Dutch CheeseryWILLEMSTAD - Royal Dutch Cheesery opens Friday, May 9th its shop in Riffort Village. A portion of the available space is used as a cheese tasting area. The real cheese lovers can visit the restaurant every day of the week. Johan Koppenol, founder of Royal Dutch Cheesery, is very proud of this accomplishment.

Koppenol: “There are many fine products for sale on the island, but in the field of cheeseChefkok Royal Dutch Cheesery there aren't many options. Therefore, we have chosen a wide range so that people in the stores, but also at tastings and restaurants could get to know a wide variety of flavors and types. We want our guests to learn what beautiful cheese combinations there are with, for example, olives, nuts, wine and other delicacies. This is a one-stop-shop for cheese lovers.”


Royal Dutch Cheesery sells many international and Dutch products, but also local products have a place in the range. The lettuce is from Landhuis Daniel, the goat cheese comes from the Curaçao goat farmer Eithel Joubert and in the restaurant they use many local herbs. For more information you can visit their Facebook page.

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