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“Awful. Stay away unless you want to covered in foul water from the toilets. Far too cramped.”
27 Jun 2016
“Ok so maybe teens shouldn't go... But it was AMAZING”
RESTAURANT - CABARET - CLUB Oh ! César is the rendez-vous for a festive and exceptional evening! For nearly 30 years, the cabaret Oh! César is the 3 in 1 concept which assures you an unforgettable moment in Paris. Enter the unique world of Oh! César...more
We had foul water from the toilets upstairs dripping onto our food & drinks. We complained to the manager who simply said that "It is rain and there is nothing I can do". This was a total lie as we later found out that the...More
The food, the dancing, the magic, the signing, the comedy!!! All of it was impeccable! My mother , who does not speak French at all , LOVED it!!! It was funny, smart, and amazing all at the same time! We thoroughly enjoyed it! We had...More
What a superb show! One of the highlights of our trip. Our event organiser arranged this as a treat for the guests and conference speakers - it was a wonderful Parisian experience! It you have the opportunity - GO!
Felt like I was crashing a group party with a talent show. Bless the dancers for trying but given the set-up, it was a disappointment, and expensive. Go see the real cancan shows instead or any small club showcasing local talent. Quiche was good, entree...More
A few years ago we visited Berlin's BAR JEDER VERNUNFT for a performance of Cabaret. It was fantastic. Very German and a unique experience. On a recent visit to Paris we wanted to have the same experience. Something very French. Not the over-produced shows like...More
We booked this caberet show not knowing it was going to be an all french affair! It's good on variety from a comedian, compare, magician, dancers, attractive lady doing great things with hula hoops, talented violin player be it all in french it was very...More
Cesar Palace in Paris is a dinner and a show type place that mainly seems to cater to larger groups.
I would describe the dinner we had as prison canteen food by a chef with delusions of grandeur.
Imagine a single lobster claw of rubbery...More
It does not really have a dress code as such, but since there are a lot of companies that have group dinners there, you see a lot of business casual. Everything from men in suit and tie, to jeans and a nice shirt for the... More
It does not really have a dress code as such, but since there are a lot of companies that have group dinners there, you see a lot of business casual. Everything from men in suit and tie, to jeans and a nice shirt for the men.
For the women it's fairly similar, I didn't seen any real evening wear, but mostly pant-suits and skirts/pants and blouse combinations. As if you going out for a nice dinner in a restaurant. Standard work attire should be fine.