Book a table for dinner and a show at the one and only Moulin Rouge to see the latest production from the legendary cabaret hall.
Visit the Moulin Rouge, a symbol of Parisian nightlife made famous by artists such as Henri de Toulouse Lautrec, who immortalized the cabaret's colourful sets and dancers.
The Moulin Rouge is synonymous with the neighbourhood of Montmartre, both having a reputation as a lively nightlife. Since 1889, when the cabaret was taken over by Charles Zidler and Joseph Ollier, the venue has hosted the most extravagant evenings in town, put on the most famous attractions, concerts and balls – many of which were considered highly scandalous – as well as the very first revue shows.
One of the most memorable events was undoubtedly the Bal des Quat'z'Arts, at which the beautiful Mona performed the first ever striptease act, which featured large feathers and was set to very slow music...
Discover French cuisine at this world-famous cabaret where a team of 120 maître d's and waiting staff are on-hand to provide excellent service. For the dinner, a variety of typical French dishes are proposed, to enjoy with a glass of champagne and orchestral music.
Select your dishes à la carte from a choice of three set menus (see below for details), which all include half a bottle of champagne per person.
Dinner will be served at 7pm; the show begins at 9pm.
Alcohol abuse is dangerous for your health. Please drink responsibly