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The dinner was mediocre- the pate was freezing cold and impossible to spread on the bread. The main course of chilcken was edible if a little bland. The chocolate dessert tasted similar to a supermarket's own brand mousse. We asked for water with the meal and received a bottle that we had to pay for, whereas the French couple next to us got a free jug of water. The service was rushed and inconsistent. People were packed in like sardines so anybody larger than 5'5" and 10 stones will be uncomfortable. We were seated in front of the stage and due to the seating arrangements had to turn 180 degrees to see the show. The warm up acts were very cheesy- almost like a 70's night at the palladium and rather unstylish by Parisian standards. The show was entertaining, although lacked novelty. It seemed to be trying to recount a story through the dance but was rather disjointed and soon became purely random. A comedian broke the monotony and was fantastic. He encouraged audience participation and maintained interest throughout his act. A few more like him would have been wonderful. I'm glad I went just to experience it, but it is overpriced and overrated. I probably wouldn't go again.
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