In the cosy park centre of Holiday Park De Krim there are several restaurants to choose from. Perfect for any time of the day and open to non-guests too. How about a nice cup of coffee with Texel cake, ice cream or à la carte lunch or dinner?
Prefer having a fondue Bourguignonne at your bungalow or chalet? No problem! All you have to do is collect a fondue set and food pack containing a selection of meats, sauces, herb butter and baguette.
This is the place to be at Vakantiepark De Krim. You can start the day with a lavish breakfast and around midday, delicious lunch dishes are served. Sit back and have a relaxing drink while the kids have fun in the kids play paradise or climbing park. Don't feel like cooking? Take a seat and have something to eat, for example, in the atmospheric theatre or outside on the terrace.
Would you like to dine in a different way? Then enjoy Le Petit Chef in Restaurant 't Paviljoen. During this 3D dinner, the dishes are not simply served at the table, but prepared for you in a spectacular way on the table (animation). Guaranteed a success with young and old! Price: € 39,50 p.p.. Children up to 10 years 50% discount. Reservation is necessary.
In the high season, you also have a wide choice of delicious dishes in our attractive restaurant De Waddenhoeve. This restaurant's speciality is the Juttersmaal* (Beachcombers' dish). The restaurant oozes the charm of a magnificent farmhouse where you feel instantly at home. You can also choose a table on the terrace.
Fancy a quick bite to eat? All ‘aboard’ De Cocksboot! Set up like a seagoing ship, this snack restaurant really appeals to the imagination. Some of the dishes on the menu: crispy fries, chicken nuggets, portion of satay, croquette roll and, of course, kids’ menus with a surprise.
Do you want to pick up snacks? Order your dishes in advance online here.
There are cafés and then there’s Paal 0 … Surrounded by a colourful collection of beach finds, you can really soak up the island vibe at Beachcomber Café Paal 0. Fancy a night out at a pub? This unique café is a real must-visit!
Due to guidelines, this location is temporarily closed.
It’s December 1843. A heavy storm rages across the island. Just off the shore, near Paal 29, the crew of the Ter Goeder Trouw loses its battle against the sea and wind. The ship sinks right outside the safe harbour. The ship’s cargo, including spices from the Far East, which were to be traded in the Netherlands after a long journey, form an interesting booty for Texel beachcombers.
Back then, beachcombing was already officially prohibited and beachcombers would hide in the dunes, waiting for cargo to wash ashore. One day, it would be barrels of pepper and cloves; another day, curry. They used these spices straight away. Combined with gravy and a little (rain)water, they formed a tasty stock in which the beachcombers would cook their meat, fish and vegetables. This is how Texel discovered the many possibilities of different spices from quite early on. The beachcombers prepared their food in special rounded pans: beachcomber’s pans. Thanks to their rounded shape, the fire the beachcombers would cook their food on couldn’t be spotted from a distance. Today's beachcomber meal is prepared on a special flat stone. The full flavor of the fresh fish, vegetables and meat is preserved thanks to searing the food directly on the hot stone.
You can enjoy a Juttersmaal for € 21.50 per person, children up to 12 years € 10.50.
In the high season on Wednesday to Sunday in Restaurant De Waddenhoeve. Book your table online here.
De Krim regularly shares knowledge with and gives financial support and resources to charities on Texel. For example, we have an arrangement with the Texel food bank where we donate food that can no longer be used at our restaurants. Care for our environment: that’s 'Love for Texel' .