Translation:When I think of the Netherlands, I think of tulips, windmills and clogs.
In the U.S., it is more often called "tartar steak" or "beef Tartare". It is popular only among gourmets and at high-end restaurants.
My guess is that many Americans have not heard of it, and would be reluctant to try it. No doubt some have health concerns, since the dish involves a raw egg as well as raw beef. (On the other hand, many Americans now enjoy sushi, a big change from 20 years ago ... ).
As for me, when I think of the Netherlands I always think of Indonesian cuisine, such as rijsttafel.