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La Maison Angelina

Café Angelina by Carin Olsson (Paris in Four Months)

Café Angelina by Carin Olsson (Paris in Four Months)

Café Angelina by Carin Olsson (Paris in Four Months)

Café Angelina by Carin Olsson (Paris in Four Months)

Café Angelina by Carin Olsson (Paris in Four Months)

After our visit to the Louvre we headed over to Café Angelina for something sweet. I’ve been thinking about going here for ages, simply because of their pretty décor and yummy looking pastries! Yes yes, I know about the hot chocolate as well but since I have a hard time with too much milk I skipped it and admired Edna’s instead. At Angelina we also meet up with sweet Danielle and shared a Mille-feuille and Mont Blanc together. Desserts and some girl talk is never a bad idea!

  1. OH MY GOODNESS. I went here years ago but I really need to go back. They look stunning all those cakes. (Not that I need any more cakes after our cupcakes yesterday). Gorgeous photos lovely Carin! xx

  2. Thanks so much for your nice comment, Carin. So happy to have discovered your beautiful blog + amazing photos :)

  3. Pamela RG    February 11, 2013

    I would like to go there too one day when I am in Paris. I have heard and read so much about Angelina’s. the desserts look so delicious andnthenplace look so elegant,

  4. I think I may need to have a pastry for breakfast now after looking at your photos. Glad you finally made it inside of the Louvre! Beautiful photos as always!

  5. Jennifer Louise    February 11, 2013

    WOW- this cafe look spectacular! I will definitely be going there next time I’m in Paris!
    Jennifer xx
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  6. Sylvia S.    February 11, 2013

    You make Paris look even prettier!

  7. Angelina is great, but if you haven’t been to Laduree, you really should go there too. Yes, yes, I know, they invented the macaron, but that’s not their only claim to fame. If you think Angelina is charming and pretty, stop by the Laduree on Rue Royale (the oldest and most authentic, I believe). It’s amazing. Oh, and Mariage Freres in the Marais is a must. If you don’t drink tea now, you will. Have fun!

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