Food and drinks

There is always a location open for a bite to eat and a drink. You need an entrance ticket to Palace Het Loo to visit the restaurants. Reservations are only required if you come with more than 8 people.


The horses of Stadtholder Willem III stood here once. It was the cinema in the time of Queen Wilhelmina. Now, it is the place to relax and enjoy a drinks and bites. With a wide variaty in coffee, tea and treats. The lunch menu offers something for everyone. For example, try the seasonal lunch. If you like savory, choose a starter and main course. Do you have a sweet tooth? Then the option with dessert is a must!

Also, don't forget to take a look at the floor. The wooden floor is made from the 17th-century oak trees that stood in front of the palace.

Ballroom menu

Prins Hendrik Garage

Prins Hendrik garage

This restaurant on the stables square offers a wide range of coffees and teas, with delicious treats to accompany them, of course.

prins Hendrik garage menu

High tea

A high tea in the ballroom is special and delicious. From sweet madeleines and tartelettes to savoury sandwiches and flammkuchen. With a wide choice of tea flavours. Beautiful tableware and good company frame your high tea with a golden edge. Will you go for the regular high tea or the royal tea? Book the high tea of your choice below!

A valid ticket for Paleis Het Loo must still be booked in addition.

Reserve in advance


lunch or drinks

Reservations are not required for smaller groups. You can make a reservation for groups of 8 or more.

High tea

in the ballroom

Book your high tea in advance of your visit. Then we will make sure a table is ready for you! Bookable Wednesday through Sunday (excluding holidays and vacations).

Royal high tea

luxury high tea in the ballroom

At this royal tea, you will be received just a little bit more generously. You start with a glass of cava and an amuse bouche. Then you dive into a world of sweet and savoury delights. Bookable Wednesday through Sunday (excluding holidays and vacations).

The café


Next to the exhibition The House of Oranges is the café. For a cup of coffee or tea with something sweet.

Café colonnades

At the back of the garden are the colonnades. The terrace below is a great place to pause (or sit) to take in the view. Café colonnades serves coffee, tea, soft drinks and small snacks. The café is open depending on the season.