Angelina at the Luxembourg Museum
In a unique setting, Angelina offers a café, restaurant and tearoom all in one. It is highly contemporary in design, with a turn of the century interior acknowledging the period when Angelina’s fame was at its height. This comfortable, welcoming meeting place extends outside on to a terrace designed to harmonise with the Palais du Luxembourg and its Gardens.
For the first time on the Left Bank, visitors can savour the delights of this Parisian institution. There is a selection of both sweet and savoury dishes and, for those in a hurry, a “to go” option Angelina’s is renowned for its selections of pastries, its famous hot chocolate and its unutterably delicious Mont-Blanc.
Open every day as the museum opening
For the Groups
It was in 1903 that the Austrian confectioner Antoine Rumpelmayer opened the Angelina tea room at 226, rue de Rivoli, naming it after his daughter-in-law. The Angelina quickly established itself as a high point of Parisian gourmet pleasures. For the first time on the Left Bank, you can enjoy the delightful charm of this Parisian institution at the Musée du Luxembourg – a unique setting where you can savour the famous hot chocolate known as « The African » and the traditional Mont- Blanc chestnut cream dessert.