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We chose this brasserie so that we could eat and watch the England/Sweden football match. The English speaking waiter that seated us was pleasant and made us feel welcome and acknowledged his mistake concerning our drink order. Our food on the whole was good, the...More
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troismailletz, Responsable relations clients at Aux Trois Mailletz, responded to this reviewResponded 10 July 2018
Vous vous trompez de lieu ! Cela ne nous concerne pas !!
Notre établissement est fermé la journée.
Fantastic Jazz Bar in the Latin Quarter in Paris open till 4am Food served on massive long tables French quisine fair nothing too fancy just wholesome and plenty along with beer or wine. Then they clear the tables tops and the Cabaret commences fantastic surprise...More
The piano is in great shape, I heard a version of Aaron Copland's Appalachian Spring kicked out by a smiling woman craning her neck and another woman snapping and humming and clapping and stirring into a microphone like they belonged on the L platform with...More
Went here because of the good recommendations on TripAdvisor. I had looked up a Piano bar and this one was close with a very good rating. Unfortunately, it's a poor place to go.
It isn't a Piano bar. Yes there is a cheap piano and...More
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troismailletz, Responsable relations clients at Aux Trois Mailletz, responded to this reviewResponded 29 May 2018
Nous vous prions de nous excuser si le serveur n'a pas nettoyer la table avant de prendre votre commande...More
Aux Trois Mailletz is the cabaret to go to if you think Moulin Rouge is too "commercialized". It was a great show downstairs in the cave, and though the drinks are heavily priced, the entertainment was worth it.
We went on a Sunday night and saw a very bizarre band. Started off with a man with a good voice singing so although it wasn’t jazz we stayed on. He was then joined by 4 other singers who went on to sing something that...More
What an absolutely brilliant night out, non-stop dancing from start to finish. You really get to soak up the Parisian culture at this place. The band get you up and dancing, the musicians are smiling and really know how to set the vibe.
Came at the suggestion of a friend, and ended up there twice on our short visit to Paris.
The place is a little goofy, more than a little theatrical, but the singers and musicians are fantastic. Plus, the crowd got into it which was what...More
As the bustling center of entertainment for the residents of the Rive Gauche, the activity at Odéon never stops. Boulevards are lined with traditional cafes, restaurants, and boutique cinemas. The streets surrounding the fountain at Saint-Michel provide eateries from around the world. Lively bars are just next door and the prototypical terraced French brasserie is on every corner. The setting for this
area is second to none; the Haussmann-style boulevards are contrasted by monumental architecture and overshadowed by the iconic Notre Dame, all within a moment’s walk from the Seine. This neighbourhood's world-famous bookshops, cafés, and streets will not fail to impress you.
Response from DeaconMac | Reviewed this property |
We went on a Monday night which surely is the slowest night of the week, yet we and the smallish audience in attendance clearly had a very good time. Since I've been to this club only once, I can't give a more general... More
We went on a Monday night which surely is the slowest night of the week, yet we and the smallish audience in attendance clearly had a very good time. Since I've been to this club only once, I can't give a more general overview, but the performers who sang and played the night we were there seemed to be a group of regulars who get together and jam there most nights. This was not a much-rehearsed, polished show, but all of the singers/performers were enthusiastic and talented and the whole show was a lot of fun with a variety of international numbers, pop, jazz, show tunes, etc.
The show didn't begin downstairs in the cellar until about 10 or 11 but it apparently continues very late (guide books say up to 6 am). Before that, there is usually a pianist and singer on the ground floor (there's no cover there).
Response from brimcmike | Reviewed this property |
That is true. The piano player the night we were there was OK, but then it was free. I highly recommend the evening cabaret in the undercroft. It was a great show with wonderful performers: singers, band & the danseuse... More
That is true. The piano player the night we were there was OK, but then it was free. I highly recommend the evening cabaret in the undercroft. It was a great show with wonderful performers: singers, band & the danseuse. Drinks were kind of expensive, but strong. Most of the audience were French, who sang along with the pop covers. One of our top memories of Paris.