In 1903 Antoine Rumpelmayer decided to open his first pâtisserie café in the heart of Paris and named it after his daughter-in-law Angelina. Imagine yourself in the Belle Époque just like Proust and Coco Chanel who visited 226 Rue de Rivoli to sample Paris’ best sweet treats.
This luxurious and eternally stylish café offers two collections in the image of the top French designers who have frequented this place. Two collections with seasonal flavours and constantly changing creations as well as the unmissable Mont Blanc, a crunchy and creamy meringue surrounded by vermicelli chestnut cream.
Paris has a number of Angelina tea houses, all elegantly decorated and in unique settings such as the Louvre museum, the Musée du Luxembourg or the Palace of Versailles. Unique but typically Parisian places with emphasis on French specialities for a quick breakfast, brunch or lunch just how you like it.
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Days and opening hours
All year round between 7.30 am and 7.30 pm.