Want to let off steam? Treat yourself to an unforgettable adventure at the Paris cabaret "Paradis Latin". If you are passing through Paris, don't leave the capital without going to this legendary cabaret.
Designed by Gustave Eiffel, the Paradis Latin is ideally located in the heart of Paris, in the fifth arrondissement. Several options are available, whether for a dinner show or a show alone.
Come to the Latin Quarter to attend a unique show. Jugglers, acrobats, you will only see talented dancers and artists allying flexibility and sensuality. The choreographies are magnified by superb music to amaze your eardrums. The special effects and the breathtaking backdrops light up the scene and create a unique and colorful representation. Inspired by tradition, you will discover the French Cancan in the style of Marie-Laure Philippon. To taste this breathtaking show, discover all the practical information to prepare for your visit and also take advantage of the low prices for the show only option. If you opt for a dinner-show, refined menus will delight your taste buds, from 7:30 p.m.
Paradis Latin prices vary whether you take the show only option or the dinner show option. Prices start at 80 euros for the show accompanied by a glass or half a bottle of champagne. The dinner show starts from 140 euros without drinks for the Gustave Eiffel menu and up to 200 euros for the Prestige menu with drinks included. The festive evenings of Christmas Eve, New Year's Eve or Valentine's Day are subject to special pricing.
While a strict dress code is not required, proper attire is strongly encouraged. City trainers and jeans without holes are accepted. Flip-flops, Bermuda shorts, tank tops and sportswear are not tolerated.
You will be greeted by the artists from 7:30 p.m. Your dinner will be enhanced by an absolutely unique pre-show designed by Kamel Ouali. It's a real show before the show. The show starts at 9:30 p.m. for a grand finale at 11:15 p.m.
The Paradis Latin is accessible to people in wheelchairs. It is advisable to notify the cabaret after your reservation in order to give you an even better welcome. Adapted toilets are also available.
Paradis Latin vs Moulin Rouge? Champs-Elysées or Latin Quarter? If you hesitate between Parisian cabarets to choose your evening, here are the reasons why we advise you to opt for an evening at the Paradis Latin rather than the Lido de Paris, the Crazy Horse r the Moulin Rouge.
Gastronomy: the Paradis Latin menus have been entrusted to Guy Savoy, three Michelin star chef whose restaurant was voted best restaurant in the world 2019 by the very severe ranking of *La Liste.
The show: a show by Kamel Ouali, it is the guarantee of a show which respects tradition but never kitsch and above all which knows how to give pride of place to all the performing arts from classical dance to hip hop in passing through the circus and burlesque.
The venue: the Paradis Latin performance hall entirely designed by Gustave Eiffel is an exceptional setting.
Prices: despite a renowned Chef, a show conceived by one of the best choreographers in the world, the Paradis Latin has kept its trademark: offering quality for a low price or , in any case, more affordable than these competitors.