Moulin rouge

Moulin Rouge

The Moulin Rouge is the most famous of cabarets, located at the foot of Montmartre. Inaugurated in 1889, it became an emblem with talented artists and original theatrical creations. In this legendary hall lined with Belle Epoque-style decor of red velvet, you can enjoy dinner in the tradition of French cuisine prepared by the prestigious Maison Dalloyau and delicacies to taste with their signature Champagne, official drink of the cabaret.

Regularly highlighted in numerous feature films, notably the eponymous film by Baz Luhrmann with Nicole Kidman and Ewan McGregor, its style and name are replicated and borrowed by other cabarets all over the world.

The lights go out, the curtain rises. You’ll be taken on a wonderful journey of more than an hour and a half in the very shrine to French Cancan, where the tables stretch over the frenzied pace of the original music of the Féerie show. It has more than 100 dancers along with the Doriss Girls whose worldwide reputation is second to none.