Me and a few girls were lining up to go in because it was her birthday they seemed like they were in a rush to get us in? Within 2 minutes we were told to step out of the queue? There were 7 of us and we had some serious money to spend! We just wanted to have a good time. Anyways we were dressed appropriately so the only other conclusion is they are RACIST! All of us were black girls but we did not think that would be an issue? Seriously don't even bother going if your black, you will just get embarrassed. Thanks a lot Cafe de Paris for making us feel like were back in slavery days
Café de Paris
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Posted: Wed Jun 20 2012
Crushed velvet, theatrical ruched drapes, chichi chandeliers: Café de Paris is knowingly louche with an unpretentious heart. Predominantly a weekend club – though the Moulin Rouge-style ballroom becomes a restaurant on Saturday nights – this iconic Piccadilly haunt hosts risqué entertainers, cabaret and live music as well as the crème of the annual London Burlesque Festival. Plush red beds for decadent lounging in the private rooms are popular with corporate types and hens alike, while the vintage feel of the main space and its balconies have enticed those after a turn-of-the-century, French-flavoured nightclub experience since the venue opened in 1924. Don’t expect a seedy clientele, however; Café de Paris is famed for its starry fans, from real royalty in its early days to Prince and P Diddy in the noughties.
Average User Rating
3.4 / 5
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- 3 star:0
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- 1 star:2
Amazing club with many beautiful girl and nice service. The line to the club is very long so better to be on guest list (Lux guest list is perfect (077 7509 2749 ). I really appreciate the music and great vibes ! I'll return soon !
Went there for my wife birthday with some friends and we had a fantastic time. All the staff were lovely and made us feel very special. Loved the show and we stayed until late dancing in the VIP section! Highly recommended
I've been to the cabaret dinner and show a couple of times and it is always a great experience. The venue is just magic and fits perfectly with the type of show. Food was good quality and drinks as you should expect in the West End. The staff know what they are doing. I will definitely go back there.
Giving Cafe de Paris one star is really far more than they deserve. A terrible venue with disgustingly rude staff who seem set out to make themselves feel important by ruining your night. It's an outdated, overpriced 'club' that no one who lives in London would ever go to. Once a diamond of the London club scene - it's now nothing more than an embarrassment.