This is the archetypal Parisian salon de thé just as you imagine it would be. Nothing has changed (well, almost nothing) since it was established back in 1903.
It was where members of the French aristocracy came to enjoy the excellent Angelina speciality: hot chocolate and the undefinable Mont-Blanc for which the recipe is still kept secret to this day.
The tables are set out in a vast room fitted out by a great architect of the Belle Epoque Edouard-Jean Niermans; the paintings and ornaments give the place real charm. On the menu, you won't be able to choose between the pistachio religieuse the Saori, the mont Thabor and all the other delicious creation by chef pâtissier Sébastien Bauer.
All year long :
From Monday to Friday from 07:30 to 19:00
Saturday, Sunday from 08:30 to 19:30