226 rue de Rivoli, Paris


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Open Hours:

  • Mon

    07:30 - 19:00

  • Tue

    07:30 - 19:00

  • Wed

    07:30 - 19:00

  • Thu

    07:30 - 19:00

  • Fri

    07:30 - 19:00

  • Sat

    08:30 - 19:00

  • Sun

    08:30 - 19:00

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  • Angelika Weber

    - 22 July 2018 -

    The cake was good, and so was the ice cream, but I have had just as good. It wasn't outstanding. My biggest problem was the bathroom. With just one stall, and the woman in front of me grabbed a paper towel just in case (she seemed a regular and knew), and then having a seat that moved, it was far from an enjoyable experience. I would give this 3 1/2 if I could.

  • Mire E

    - 01 July 2018 -

    We arrived 30 minutes or so before closing and they acted like they did not want to see us. They kept emphasizing that they chose at 7. We were only planning on getting hot chocolate. They then split up our party, there were 5 of us, because the big tables had already been cleaned. We were sat in tables that were back to back so I situated myself to be able to talk to both halves of our party. After about 5 minutes of this the hostess came over and moved us to a larger table. Which was nice because the floor of the one we were at was dirty and needed to be swept. We ordered hot chocolate and most of the desserts were gone because they were about to close. (this kept being mentioned to us). For them to emphasize wanting to close at 7 so much the service was slow. The hot chocolate was very good. It was thick and rich. I also ordered a raspberry eclair. It was good but tasted like it had been sitting out all day...probably because we got there 30 minutes or so before closing...

  • hugo laman

    - 30 June 2018 -

    Ate dinner here at 6 pm and we were very fortunate because there was no line at all, but I heard that it was busy almost all the time, so we were lucky this time. We tried several pastry, but they were not special or anything, but it was still above average and overall an enjoyable meal. The true highlight of this place is definitely their chocolate, we tried both the hot and the cold one, they were all very rich, a little bit sweet, and it was amazing! Probably a bit overrated, but it was definitely not similar to those instant chocolate drinks that you bought from the grocery store. Highly recommended!

  • Candace Barger

    - 27 June 2018 -

    The legendary hot chocolate is everything and more than what I thought it would be! It is so thick and rich there is no way to finish even a small cup of it. My family of 5 each got their own cup, but could have easily split one to two cups. It is delicious! And we are chocolate lovers, but it is one of the richest desserts we’ve ever tasted.

  • Alton Pinto

    - 12 May 2018 -

    The decor is luxurious, tasteful and elegant. Paintings on the wall, make you feel like you're overlooking the countryside from a French Château, despite the hustle and bustle of downtown Paris just outside the door. A place like this might just be able to coast on looks alone but the food does not disappoint. The omelette I ordered was superb, with bits of black truffle adding a wonderful nutty flavour. They also gave me hands down the greatest cup of hot chocolate I have ever had. My only gripe, and the only reason this is a four star review is that the tables are too small. A table for 2 is really fit for one. If you're going alone, it might be fine. Otherwise you quickly run out of table space

  • 5
    - 16 October 2016 -

    First time in Paris, this place was sooo expensive but so worth it. The pastries, the hot chocolate - just everything was to die for. I've been dreaming about it since I left. The only downside which was with most places in Paris- to go to the bathroom you had to go up a lot of stairs.

  • 5
    - 12 October 2016 -

    Pricey but worth a splurge. The classic French ambience, the beautiful and delicate pastries, and the antique European decor makes for a high class Parisian tea-time and dining experience. Make sure to go for brunch and get the famous hot chocolate. It tastes like a decadent, melted chocolate bar or what I would imagine Willy Wonka's chocolate river would be. Their pain perdu (French toast) is also incredible. It's an upscale version of french toast made with brioche and cooked so its creamy, decadent, and carmelized-it's like having dessert for breakfast.

  • 3
    - 03 October 2016 -

    i like this restaurant French design .. the restaurant We have main dishes and yummy pastry and very delicious crossant we can going for breakfast and lunch i like crossant and ceser salad l tryed Desert famous in angelina called (Mont balanc)But its not tasty and also frase chease cake i Dont like it at all

  • 5
    - 22 September 2016 -

    I am only giving this place five stars because the Angelina's hot chocolate deserves every star it can get. You have to stop in and try it. It is amazing. Overall, the place is expensive and is not really worth the money. The mont blanc was good but it didn't impress me. Their Parisian breakfast option was average and is not really good value. Also, the staff is very snobby and it turned me off immediately. Just focus on the hot chocolate and you will be fine.

  • 4
    - 21 September 2016 -

    A bit expensive, 8.2€ for a hot chocolate. I had the white hot chocolate which I din't find that tasty, my girlfriend had the regular hot chocolate, it was really smooth, thick and strong. If you appreciate dark chocolate you'll love it

  • Burcu Bilici

    - 08 June 2018 -

    Hot chocolate was great!

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