Le Gai Moulin (Closed Permanently)

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This a cozy neighborhood gay eatery is popular with locals. Concerts held sometimes in the basement.


    • Acanthe
      Acanthe Over a year ago
      Loves it

      Good place but,
      When my husband and I go to Paris we go there. But we can observe more and more lesbians going to this restaurant too and we don't like it at all because we want to be between gays. 100% men. No "women" allowed. We discussed about it with some friends who goes there too they're the same point of view. So, the owner and the manager, think about this positive advice. Cheers!

    • tarlach
      tarlach Over a year ago
      Loves it

      Great food at a great price
      Very friendly Staff , menu has a good mixture of food. Prices very good. Food excellent. Will definitely go back

    • ctrever23
      ctrever23 Over a year ago
      Loves it

      F-ing Phenominal
      Delicious food. Period. Nice staff too, but the food...wow.

    • bobby54
      bobby54 Over a year ago
      Loves it

      nice place for a nosh
      I enjoyed stopping in one early evening by my self to unwind from a hectic day of shopping and hanging out with friends. The decor was understated and simple,the food was delicious& the service was prompt and friendly. If you're looking for a nice relaxing place to have dinner Le Gai Moulin is it!

    • Nice and easy
      The owner is a very funny old queen to talk with! The food is great but there's nothing to scream about it! Close to all other gay bars

    • sho278
      sho278 Over a year ago
      Loves it

      le gai moulin
      Went there august 2007, dine and wine there 3 times when we were there and last dinner there the owner Christopher who speaks English and been living in Sydney before did the cabaret in the basement/dungeon with his piano and make up an Asian Gigi song for me. Very memorable. Delicious food and unpretentious . Friendly crowds too.

    • jorgeinsf
      jorgeinsf Over a year ago
      Loves it

      Great place for a nice meal at a great price.

    • johnfsca
      johnfsca Over a year ago
      Loves it

      The Top
      Best gay restaurant in Paris, made special by Christophe Moulin, the owner/chef/MC. He is an accomplished cabaret singer (his CDs are sold here) in addition to offering great food at an incredible price. And he tells jokes in at least 3 languages. (Some of them are even funny!)

    • abfabtj
      abfabtj Over a year ago
      Loves it

      Great place
      Get there early. On a Sunday it was on a wait at 9pm. Great food.

    • gymjock
      gymjock Over a year ago
      Loves it

      You never know until you try
      While walking through the gay districts we ran across this little restaurant. At first we thought that we would be disappointed. Boy were we wrong, we were greeted with such warmth and service that we went back every night that we were in Paris. Don't ever go to Paris without at trying Le Gai Moulin at least once.