226 rue de Rivoli

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History

 

Paris since 1903

A gourmet adventure since 120 years… In 1903, the Austrian confectioner Anton Pumpelmayer founded Angelina in the heart of Paris, named after his daughter-in-law.

The location’s charm and the Rumpelmayer’s skill and expertise with pastries quickly made Angelina the place to be amongst the elite. Proust, Coco Chanel and the biggest French fashion designers gathered in the famous tearoom.

Ask to be seated at table "45", Coco Chanel's table...

 
Style


 

A wonderful Belle Epoque décor

As soon as you enter No. 226, Rue de Rivoli, you will see that the glorious décor of the vast dining area has not been changed. The elegant and refined decor is the work of the Belle Epoque architect, Edouard-Jean Niermans.

The authentic spirit of the 1900s is preseved with the plethora of mouldings, cornices, bevelled mirrors, paintings from Vincent Lorant-Heilbronn.

These Art Nouveau and Art Déco details are inspiring all Angelina tearooms in France and around the world.

 

Today

 
All the charm of days gone by, with contemporary flavours.

The name Angelina sets the pulse racing amongst fine diners around the world. A trip to Paris would be nothing without the opportunity to taste the legendary hot chocolate and the pastry creations of the pastry Chef Christophe Appert including the famous Mont-Blanc, singature pastry of Angelina.
Art lovers enjoying taking a break here after visiting the Musée du Louvre or a photo exhibition at the Jeu de Paume, tasting the traditional onion soup or the croque-monsieur for lunch... Stylists and models from Faubourg Saint-Honoré or Rue Cambon coming for the brunch. Businessmen and women coming here to enjoy a breakfast looking out over the tall trees in the Tuileries Garden.
Finally, the boutique will delight all of them with some souvenirs, to continue the experience at home; and with some little pleasures to taste while strolling around Paris.

Rendez-vous at 226 rue de Rivoli !