About Le Village Buffet - Paris Las Vegas
A departure from the traditional Las Vegas buffet, this extraordinary Paris Las Vegas dining experience takes buffet dining to a higher echelon by featuring live-action stations, the freshest ingredients and food cooked to order in a remarkable French village setting. Le Village Buffet at Paris Las Vegas brings to life five provinces of France through culinary expertise and visual attention to detail. Each station is themed for a particular province and features an intricate facade designed to replicate the architecture of that region. Meals are prepared as they are ordered to ensure the quality and freshness of each selection. A large selection of pastries, pies and an assortment of sugar-free delicacies are offered from Le Village Buffet's dessert station. Paris Las Vegas visitors dine in a village-like setting at the Paris buffet, where you may choose to eat outside in the town square or in a casual dining room.
French, French American
Hours of Operation:
Breakfast: Monday - Friday: 7:00am - 11:00am, Saturday - Sunday: 10:00am - 3:00pm.
Lunch: Monday - Friday: 11:00am - 3:00pm.
Dinner: Sunday - Thursday: 3:00pm - 10:00pm, Friday - Saturday: 3:00pm - 11:00pm.
Weekend Brunch: Saturday - Sunday: 10:00am - 3:00pm.
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Beer, Non-Smoking, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Le Village Buffet - Paris Las Vegas Ratings and Reviews
Food was very good had 7 stations of foo ...
Food was very good had 7 stations of food from regions of France but it seemed like each area had only a handful of choices. The crepes were excellent The crab legs salmon and cod also were great choices. Has suger free choices for dessert too.
Quite possibly the worst dinning experie ...
Quite possibly the worst dinning experience of the trip . I want my money back . Cold food, slow to pick up plates, and The chef at The eggs Benedict station clearly did not like his job, very rude when we asked question . Overall, I'd give this buffet an F
The range and quality of food were fanta ...
The range and quality of food were fantastic! The service staff was excellent, and they made the experience great. I have already raved about the experience to family and friends, and will continue to do so. I will definitely return when in Vegas!
The concept (buffet with French food fro ...
The concept (buffet with French food from various regions of France) is good and the selection was good. Unfortunately the food was mediocre at best, with the exception of desserts. I had a piece of duck that was inedible - I was actually unable to cut into it with a steak knife. Two different potato dishes were very undercooked. I was $34.95 per person and not worth it, for salad and dessert.
Usually our go-to place for a delicious ...
Usually our go-to place for a delicious dinner in a great venue
BUT this last dinner visit was NOT enjoyed due to 2 DOGS barking and
kids being soooooo loud, running around, and wasting so
much food!! Definitely need supervisors @ the ice cream
dispenser as several people let it overrun & spill.
Service dogs are one thing; but these were NOT service
dogs!!!!!! Health standards and dinner ambiance were
not the usual high standards!
Might be changing to another go-to venue.
I liked everything with one exception an ...
I liked everything with one exception and i think it is an important exception. Where we were seated, there was an immediate notice of the smell of the carpet. Not long ago, I went to a
Wendy's restaurant and they had the same problem. To be honest with you, it kills the enjoyment of the food because you can't miss it. I personally would not eat at your buffet
again. Other than that, I would recommend it. Surely the hotel can afford to shampoo the
carpet and get rid of the odor. The service was great, the food was tasty and we were very
hungry when we got there and ate a variety of wonderfully prepared dishes, but you have to
clean the carpet.
The Le Village was a delightful experien ...
The Le Village was a delightful experience. Reasonable for a higher end buffet. They also offer a reasonable adult beverage package to go with it. The food in each station represents a different area of France. The mussels and clams were delicious as well as the made to order crepes.
I've been to nearly every Buffett on the ...
I've been to nearly every Buffett on the strip and this one was a recommendation from my dad who lives there. He was right it was awesome. Tons of food all of my family actually liked. Even stuff that my picky two year old loved. It was perfect!
We are longtime fans of Le Village Buffe ...
We are longtime fans of Le Village Buffet. We always make an open table reservation, and always request our favorite table out on the walkway. We know that it doesn't open until 9am, so we always make our reservation for then. This time, they didn't bother to read the reservation, and when we asked about the table, they had just seated another party there and couldn't seat us. Extremely disappointing.
The food was good, as usual. The chef who makes omelets to order was fantastic as were the omelets he made for us. The bear claws are yummy as a treat.
We made resos and that was good cause we ...
We made resos and that was good cause we didn't have to wait in line. We were never seated by a hostess and just grabbed a seat cause we thought thy was what we were suppose to do. We were approached by "a manager" and told that we were suppose to he seated. They accommodated us anyhow and were pleasant about it. Food was good as far as buffets go. If I were to do it again I would stick with crab legs and prime rib and get the all day pass so I could come back for dessert.
Always a favorite when visiting Vegas. ...
Always a favorite when visiting Vegas. We went for Sunday brunch and most everything was offered that you could imagine. The only thing I wish they had was bread pudding, but there are plenty of other delicious desserts to sample. The carved ham was excellent and the omelets were too. The service was great and plenty of options to please most anyone.
Le Village Buffet at the Paris Hotel is ...
Le Village Buffet at the Paris Hotel is a very unique dining experience with excellent food choices to explore and enjoy. Even though it is done in a buffet fashion, it does not have a typical buffet feel. Go check it out!
What a great treat. As a local, the stri ...
What a great treat. As a local, the strip is not part of our normal route for dining. This was wonderful! Food was good, with a nice selection and our server took great care of me and my family. We'll definitely be back.
Very nice selection, decent quality. Wai ...
Very nice selection, decent quality. Waitstaff not as attentive as they should be; I had to get up for coffee cups/silverware as table was set for 2, though we were a party of 4. Had to go to the hostess for clean silverware as the rolled set was covered in dried food. I also had to bring used plates to the hostess to make room at the table.
The Village Buffet is not worth the visi ...
The Village Buffet is not worth the visit. The food was tasteless and really bad.
The food was not up the the standard and a big surprise that it was mentioned in the guide books. We were two adults and two kids - 9 and 13. The kids right away skipped the buffet and went to the dessert.
Sorry - but a big dissapointment.
Le Village had a very good selection of ...
Le Village had a very good selection of French dishes from various regions. The quality and preparation of the food was much better than I would have expected for a buffet. In particular the duck l'orange was very good, not greasy or undercooked at all. Very good vegetable side dishes, including yams, brussel sprouts, roasted carrots, creamed spinach, au gratin potatoes and more. The snow crab legs were excellent. The macarons were tasty, and there were several flavors. Only negative I can think of was the cassoulet was a little too liquidy for my taste but the pork was tender and tasty. My son recommended based on his visit two years earlier and we were not disappointed. Too bad Le Village did not serve Raclette cheese heated on the wrought iron stand -- that would have been over the top!
We had expected it to be an ITALIAN Rest ...
We had expected it to be an ITALIAN Restaurant but they did not have Spaghetti and Meat Balls, Fettuccine Alfredo or any other Italian food you would normally find also nothing with tomato based sauce. Very disappointing. They had Sushi, Beef, Clams, Chicken Mac and Cheese and a few other Mac based salads. Cheap stuff in a very expensive place. The salad and soup bar was good. We thought by the name and it being in PARIS Hotel it would be Italian foods. I ask one of the assistance at the Mac station if they had anything Ike Pasta Alfredo or tomato Sauce. Nothing. How can they call it an Italian Restaurant????
It was my birthday weekend and I was VERY disappointed.
Service was terrible. The BUFFET Dinner was OVER PRICED $27.00 each, VERY deceiving. I do NOT recommend at all. We could not find anyone to refill our tea or check on us. Very BIG Disappointment. You would think for that kind of money people would be around to at least fill your tea glass.
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