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We enjoyed this
Show as great n food was equally complimenting
Thoroughly enjoyed the show. The dinner was also better than I expected.
My wife and I thoroughly enjoyed the experience, On arrival we presented our viator voucher and were shown to our seas without issue. Our seats were indeed VIP right up close to the stage in the centre of the venue. As we were a couple sitting opposite each other there was an empty table either side of our table with our champagne bucket on one and the other vip guests champagne bucket on the other which meant we had much more room at our table. Meals came out promptly and were excellent. Timing of the show starting was impeccable, just as we had finished desert we literally had minutes before the lights dimmed and the show started. great show with singing and male and female cabaret dancers. We left the show feeling extremely satisfied and will return again next time in Paris.
Loved this Cabaret! It was not risque at all. Some topless, but very tastefully performed. The food was good and the waitstaff friendly.
Our seating ,was okay, we were unable to see one of the acrobatic acts in the centre of the room. The acts were very good, the MC is getting a bit old for the show. The food was reasonable,however, as we paid the higher price, we found a mix up, where we given the standard fare. The wine was not unlimited, there was a little bit of hesitancy to give us another drink. No we were not intoxicated. Less reluctant to recommend this place over Moulin Rouge.
Excellent excellent show. Good food but very crowded seating area. Many many people crowded into small area.
Overall very impressed with this Viator offer. The seats were excellent , right in front of the stage, and the food was reasonable given the "mass catering". The unlimited champagne lived up to its name!. The Cabaret itself is excellent entertainment and adds all together to a great night out. The only minor negative was the VIP entrance didn't exist and you have to queue.
The show felt like it was over too quickly, but was very good regardless. The only complaint is that the food was only so-so. Otherwise this was a very enjoyable evening.
The show was fabulous as was the food. However, we did not get "unlimited champagne". We had one bottle
With dinner; just prior to the show we ordered another and were told they could not serve us due to the fact the show was about to start. All drinks need to be ordered prior to the show, we were not informed of this; we were a party of three, there are 5 glasses a bottle my friends had two
I was only able to have one glass very disappointing!!
Skip the dinner, it was awful. They served French fries and a tough piece of beef. When we complained, the waiter did not offer a different choice. There was nothing on the menu that said French fries. We did not "Skip the Line" as a giant tour group had to be seated before us. Other people were stuck in the same line as us, waiting for seats. The "Unlimited Champagne" was not unlimited and was a poor quality, as was the wine. The show was not anywhere near as good as Moulin Rouge. There were five designated topless girls among the cast. It was odd to see the staff tell the tour group to open and serve their own champagne. At least ours got opened, but was not endless. If you go, just go see the show. I did not think it was a child friendly show, unless you think women topless laying on motorcycles is OK.
We went to this cabaret in 2003 with our Globus tour of Paris and London, and LOVED the show, which is why I purchased these tickets for our trip to Paris this time. What a disappointment!!! The show was filled with cheesy talentless acts of women being sort of provocative. The only noteworthy acts were the guy on the unicycle that balanced many tea cups, saucers, and teapot, and the can-can Moulin Rouge act. Our table mates from Scotland were delightful and the food was great. The show was no where near the same caliber as it was 11 years ago. We were so disappointed not to see the talking dog act again, which was hilarious! I heard as we were walking out from a tour operator that the cabaret he'd changed hands over the years and it was not as good as it used to be.