Among Paris major teatimes, there’s Angelina’s. The long queues raise the expectations but unfortunately my expectations were not met at all. The Angelina Story. With all those clients to serve, it’s almost inevitable to go massive. I had brunch there twice (hoping the first time was accidentally mediocre) but left feeling like a mislead...tourist. Maybe their packaged products are a slightly better than the physical experience.More, You cannot go to Paris without a visit to Angelina at the rue de Rivoli. We'd had breakfast at Angelina the first time in c.2013 as boyfriend and girlfriend, and it stuck in our memory so clearly that we just went back in August 2020 (now husband and wife, with child). Angelina est sans doute le plus célèbre des salons de thé parisiens. Email. Une action en soutien à Gustave Roussy, 1er centre de lutte contre le cancer en Europe, qui permet de reverser une participation pour chaque pâtisserie vendue. pastries on an afternoon tea-style plate stand). Improve this listing. Cakes to share. 226 rue de Rivoli, 75001 Paris France. Teatimes are not necessarily reserved for great hotels. 140 were here. Definitely worth a visit and try their cakes, especially Mont Blanc and Mille-feuille.Its a bit pricey but it’s worth it. Are you sure you want to delete this answer? Salade de fruits, Seating, Highchairs Available, Wheelchair Accessible, Serves Alcohol, Full Bar, Accepts American Express, Accepts Mastercard, Accepts Visa, Takeout, Accepts Credit Cards, Table Service, AngelinaParis, General Manager at Angelina, responded to this review. The Classics. more. You walk in and there is this HUGE counter with all this incredible looking pastries...OMG !!! The website seems like reservations are only for breakfast or lunch. Specialties: Un thé face aux tuileries La Maison Angelina a été fondée en 1903 et n'a pas tardé à devenir une véritable institution dominicale, un passage obligé pour tout amateur de vrai chocolat et du délicieux Mont-Blanc, l'autre emblème… Pastries . If you have a sweet tooth and want to indulge in fancy desserts at fancy prices, this is the place for colourful macaroons, gateau and all the fancy bakes you can think of More. Or is it for Saturdays and Sundays only? Overall, Angelina made for a great experience in both visits, and in my mind is still the best place I've had breakfast at in Paris. Dans ses salons se sont croisés Proust, Coco Chanel et les plus grands couturiers français… qui s'y bousculent pour venir y déguster le fameux Mont-Blanc et l'inoubliable chocolat chaud dit "L'Africain". Petit pain, beurre, confiture, miel, Thé, café ou chocolat chaud à l’ancienne - Batignolles-Monceau, Lunch Restaurants in Ile de la Cite / Ile Saint-Louis. !More, The tea, coffee, dishes and cakes at Angelina were marvellous. Petit pain, beurre, confiture, miel I think Angelina will remain a staple for our future visits to Paris. Dans le respect de la tradition, il s'emploie à ancrer ses pâtisseries iconiques dans les désirs du moment, le goût du présent... Solidaire de la lutte contre le cancer du sein, le mythique salon de thé Angelina crée la pâtisserie Rosalie. We thank you for taking time to leave us your review after your last visit at Angelina. Special cakes. They have two doors, one to eat in and one for take away. The worst experience of tasting a house speciality * Mont blanc pistache * A waste of money, efforts and taste.More, Dear Mr, The decor too. Pour chaque pâtisserie Rosalie vendue, 1€ sera reversé à Gustave Roussy. Has Angelina stopped selling its hot chocolate mix powder? I left with a small box of salted caramel chocolates that was orgasmic! dit « l’Africain » Mini viennoiseries, croissant, pain au chocolat To round it off, the location is fantastic (Rue de Rivoli, walking distance to the Louvre or the Seine riverfront) and the prices, while not cheap, are appropriate for what you get. orange, pamplemousse ou citron EVERYTHING was incredible and delicious...not to be missed !!! It’s crowded (it was Pre-Covid era when I visited) so make sure you have already had a coffee first before you get there so you can handle the noise. Le célèbre chocolat chaud à l'ancienne Angelina, baptisé l'Africain, allie trois cacaos d'exception d'origines africaines : Niger, Ghana et Côte d'Ivoire. If hot chocolate so thick you can stir it like pudding and skim off the top layer of chocolate "skin" is your thing... you're in luck.