De Koperen Kop: Good visitor centre restaurant/cafe
A very large cafe restaurant with a mix of indoor and outdoor seating. There are drinks both hot and cold available and a vast variety of things to eat from cakes and sandwiches to full meals including the wonderful Dutch pancakes that are made to order.
Restaurant "De Koperen Kop": The only one in the whole Park!
This is the only possibility to visit a restaurant in the park. So I won't adives you to go here, because of the fact it isn't cheap, it isn't of high standard it's just the only possibility to eat something.
My advice: Take your own food and drinks and have a picknick and remember to take your garbage with you and dump it at the wright place!
Restaurant De Koperen Kop: Enjoy some food in the middle of the park
Simple food, variating from lunches to complete dishes. Icecream, tea and coffe as well as beer and beverages can be enjoyed on a terrace or inside. Great stop to sit back and relax. "Koperen kop" means "Cuprum mug" (as in drinking cup) or "head"
Favorite Dish: This is actually the only restaurant within the fences of the national park Hoge Veluwe.
Inside the park!!!
Perhaps the most economical is to bring your own food.
But there are also two restaurants in the park.
De Koperen Kop (self-service restaurant next to the Visitor Center).
Also inside the Kr?ller-M?ller, the self-service sells sandwiches and drinks
- National/State Park
Restaurant "De Rijzenburg" / "Het Pannekoekenhuis": A hunter's dinner or pancakes
At the Arnhem-entrance of National Park the "Hoge veluwe" there is a huge white farmhouse turned into a restaurant. Here one can still enjoy a hunters dinner. Rabbit, Wild Bore, Deer ... yes, this environment knows traditionaly many recepies for wildlife.
A whole different kind of food, but equally traditional you find little further along the road to Arnhem. It's my favourite pancake-restaurant. A must to go to with children as they will have the dinner of their holiday here. 101 recepies with pancakes from the old-fashioned one with "sirop" until a pancake "shoarma".