Moulin Rouge with dinner

By Swanzal Aurora

The iconic Moulin Rouge in the Montmartre district of Paris is known for its extravagant shows, lively atmosphere, and delicious French cuisine.

The interior is just as impressive, with ornate decor, sparkling chandeliers and comfortable seating.

Upon arriving at the Moulin Rouge, guests are greeted by the iconic red windmill, which serves as the club’s symbol. 

The evening begins with a three-course dinner at Moulin Rouge featuring classic French dishes such as escargots, coq au vin and crème brûlée. 

The food is delicious and beautifully presented, making it a perfect prelude to the main event: the cabaret show.

The show at the Moulin Rouge is a feast for the senses, with a mix of singing, dancing, acrobatics and special effects. 

After the show, guests can continue the party by visiting the club’s bar and dance floor. 

Dinner at the Moulin Rouge is a must-do for anyone visiting Paris. 

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Swanzal Aurora is an avid traveler who seeks out thrills and lives a simple, peaceful life. Bright clear skies are her calling.