If you’ve planned a day at the Louvre or the Tuileries Gardens, we suggest that you stop by at Angelina, a sophisticated tearoom, to fortify yourself with a breakfast fit for a modern king. You can choose between Parisian and Angelina breakfasts or simply opt for the Angelina Brunch.

A culinary landmark

Founded in 1903 by confectioner Antoine Rumpelmayer, Angelina has established itself as a true culinary landmark in Paris. In the early days, it was frequented by the French aristocracy. Now, it has become a preferred destination for those seeking to indulge in the finest pastries in Paris.

Home of classic desserts

However, that’s not why Angelina has made its mark in the city of lights. It’s their African Hot Chocolate – a thick, decadent beverage that pours like chocolate syrup. That’s not all! They serve it with a bowl of whipped cream. Unbelievable yet true!

And then, there’s their signature pastry, Le Mont-Blanc, an incredible confection made of meringue, whipped cream and chestnut paste.

For those who don’t have a sweet tooth, fret not. Angelina has an excellent savory menu, too! 🙂