With incredibly talented artists, an original choreography and a
mass of colours showcasing beauty and rhythm through ballet, tap dancing and other
unforgettable attractions, the Paradis Latin will provide you with an evening of
excitement and romance that you will not forget.
At the Paradis Latin, the restaurant and
the quality of the food is of major importance and is supervised by Harold Israel who
began his career in the most prestigious cooking school of the world, the French cooking
school called Le Cordon Bleu. According to Harold, the traditional cabaret
often provides mediocre food and a great show and they decided at this cabaret venue that the food should be
delicious as well as the show being fabulous.
At the Paradis Latin in Paris they serve as many as
720 people every evening and all of the meals are cooked with fresh produce that has been
supplied that day, on site in the state of the art kitchens. It seems rather
incredible, but every year the patrons will have consumed around 45 kilograms of caviar,
280 kilos of foie gras, a ton of smoked salmon, 4.2 tons of fresh salmon, and six tons of
beef fillet, along with around 80,000 bottles of Bordeaux
Wine and 45,000 bottles of champagne.
The Paradis Latin has a very special wine cave where the most enlightened wine enthusiasts
can make their selection from the wine menu list that
includes vintage wines and sauternes and there
is also a cigar cave that lists over fifteen different brands of cigar, whereas most
establishments only offer two or three brands to choose from.
Paradis Latin Shows
With extremely talented artists, an original choreography, a symphony of colours and a
loyalty to a great tradition, the Revue of the Paradis Latin is like a champagne cocktail
by being both exciting and romantic, with its striking ballets and surprising attractions
and provides a quality show that you are guaranteed not to forget.
The Paradis Latin considers itself to be the most Parisian of the great cabarets and this
can be seen in the decoration of the theatre, the world famous French Can-Can and in the
ballets, the cosmopolitan dance troupe with their shimmering costumes and the previous
shows, or revues as they are known, such as the Paris Paradis, Nuit de Paradis and
The latest revue is just as spectacular, or perhaps even more so, and will enthral
audiences from around the world, whilst enjoying a sumptuous meal served by the attentive
waiters who wish to ensure that your evening is the best it could possibly be.
The shows are held every evening of the year, but for obvious reasons, certain dates such
as 25 December or New Year are going be more expensive and will have to be booked well in
Address & Contact Details:
28 Rue du Cardinal Lemoine
Telephone: 1 43 25 28 28