You can discover one of the largest Brazilian cabaret clubs in
the capital of France, under the artistic direction of Zaza Fernandez that will make you
feel like you are at the centre of a carnival in Rio, where you can see some of those
famous dances such as the samba and lambada, yet with an air of mystery that awaits you
with Amazonian Indian customs and beliefs.
The Brasil Tropical is situated in the 15th Arrondissement of Paris and dedicated to the arts and music of the
Brazilian people, the atmosphere is always electric at this very popular venue, where you
can drink, dine, watch a show and dance,
all in the one evening. And although the venue is on a pretty large scale having
around 450 seats, it is suitably even on the hottest Paris nights, due to being
You can just opt for The Brazilian Show, which starts at 10pm from a Tuesday through to a
Saturday and after the hour and a half show, dancing until 1am follows this or you can
also have a lovely three course meal complete with some wine, then follows the show and
dancing, which is also available from a Tuesday to Saturday but the venue can also be
hired out for private nights on a Sunday and Monday.
Restaurant Guide Key Points
The Brasil Tropical is a bar, restaurant and
cabaret and is open from 8pm through to 1am on a Tuesday to Saturday.
The average cost for just the show and dancing is approximately £30 however a
three-course meal with some wine can be anything upwards of £65 depending upon the menu
and type of meal options you choose.
The venue is closed in August and at other times it is a good idea to make a reservation,
as this is a popular place, both for locals and people coming on holiday to Paris.
The dress code is smart casual, but no trainers.
The nearest metro station is the Montparnasse-Bienvenue.
Address & Contact Details:
36, Rue du Départ
Telephone: 1 42 79 94 94
Fax: 1 43 20 18 40