The Angelina House was founded in 1903 at the initiative of Antoine Rumpelmayer. Angelina's bottled or powdered hot chocolates are always a hit, and its chocolate boxes, bars, biscuits and jams are still very popular.
Angelina Paris inherited a unique characteristic from its founders that is almost unrivaled. The original concept of Angelina Paris goes far beyond a simple pastry shop or tea room. The house wanted to establish itself as a high standing establishment, reflecting its attachment to the French "art de vivre". All the items sold on the premises, including hot chocolates, Monts Blancs, authentic decoration by Édouard-Jean Niermans, bear witness to the luxury and elegance associated with Angelina.
Le Mont Blanc and hot chocolate are what make the house located at 226 rue de Rivoli in Paris a true reference. Le Mont Blanc is a pastry made with meringue, chestnut cream vermicelli and light whipped cream. About 600 pieces are sold every day on the premises. The old fashioned hot chocolate from Angelina, called L'Africain, is served with a small jar of whipped cream. Both young and old can't resist it.
No quality change has been observed despite a takeover by the Bertrand Group in 2005. Angelina's bottled or powdered hot chocolates attract a lot of attention, and its chocolate boxes, bars, biscuits and jams continue to delight customers.
Points of sale
226 rue de Rivoli
108 Rue du Bac
19 rue de Vaugirard
2 place de la porte Maillot
Palais des congrès
40 boulevard Haussmann
Château de Versailles
Maison des Suisses, Domaine de Marie-Antoinette
Parc du couvent, avenue Steve Biko