very nice cafe for light lunch and drink after walk around for 3 hours, service is really good and fast
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The restaurant is sometimes styled the Le Cafe Richelieu/Angelina as it is located in the Richelieu wing of the Louvre and it is operated by owners of the well known Cafe Angelina, best known for its restaurant on Rue de Rivoli, but also four others...More
We stopped for a coffee break and had some delicious desserts (Maison Angelina). Very delicate and tasty, as is the price but it is worth it. Swift service and very good service. Didn't have to queue very long. In summary: really enjoyed!
We went there on Oct. 8th. They were supposed to open at 10 am, but they weren't. We tried twice 15 minutes later and 45 minutes later, but no luck. The door was just closed. We saw a same female cook twice coming out from...More
We have eaten at the Angelina in Luxembourg gardens. We know how good it can be. This place in the Louvre was a joke. I had an inedible dessert called the Paris NY pastry which was stale. The bread served was stale. I had a...More
No frills serve-yourself-cafe that includes a variety of options and a quick cup of coffee before diving back into the museum for a few more hours of touring.
Tucked away in the massive Louvre is a small, lovely tearoom catered by the famous Angelina Café. Angelina’s noted Mont Blanc pastry was tempting, but a refreshingly cold iced chocolate drink hit the spot, decadently topped with fresh whipped cream. A very pleasant break from...More
Pastry was great. Waiter service was horrible on 21 June 2017 at 2pm. White, male waiter with bald patch on back of right side of head was very uncouth. He slammed the water bottles on my table. Waiter asked me to go to the pastry...More
When we were seated, we ordered one club sandwich, one eclair and 2 drinks but the waitress told us that we can't just order a dish with a dessert in an extremely impolite tone. We don't mind to pay for 2 dishes and order dessert...More