Founded in 1903 by Austrian confectioner Antoine Rumpelmayer and named in honor of his daughter-in-law, Angelina has been the favorite meeting place of Parisian gourmets for over a century.
The décor, designed by famous Belle Epoque architect Edouard-Jean Niermans, offers a distinct blend of elegance, charm and refinement. Since its opening, Angelina has been the timeless rendezvous of Parisian aristocracy. Amongst their visitors, Coco Chanel, Proust, as well as some of France’s greatest couturiers have passed through their tea rooms. Today Angelina remains a unique setting in which to enjoy the world-famous hot chocolate “L’Africain” and signature Mont-Blanc pastry, whose secret recipe remains closely guarded after one hundred years.