From either side, the Angelina Tearoom is a pleasant walk along the edge of the Jardin de Tuileries. It is housed in a charming 18th century building lined with beautiful arches and vintage lanterns in between. Its storefront is simple but the gold-framed glass doors and the canopy of its signature chocolate brown and gold promises a grand experience.
When you step inside, it’s the unmistakable Belle Epoque decor that really captivates. The gold-accented crown molding and arched dividers do well to set the luxurious ambiance, as do the large scenic murals that line one side. But, the real piece de resistance is the ceiling of textured glass.
Looking around this carpeted space, filled with quintessentially French King Louis chairs, it might feel a bit dated. But dated it truly is as it has remained largely unchanged since it was built over a century ago. Its old but opulent feel is definitely part of its charm.
The fare at the Angelina Tearoom is just as elegant. Their pastries are kept in neatly arranged rows within a glass showcase and judging only by looks, it would be difficult to select just one. When selecting a pastry, engage the staff. Their excellent service will definitely help you determine the perfect choice for you.
Whether you go for the typical hot chocolate and Mont-Blanc or make another selection, you can expect to have the incredible experience of fine fare within the beautiful expanse of the Angelina Tearoom.