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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.
Las Vegas, NV 89109
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
As usual the Buffet at Paris was amazing. To many varieties of food to try them all but just love their crab legs and of course the French bread. We arrived a little early around 5:30 but walked right in and were seated immediately. Can't wait to get back and enjoy it again.
Atmostphere was nice French decor. Food from different French provinces. We were seated in a smaller room that was nice and quiet, out of the way from buffet traffic (i.e. no one bumping your elbows). The food was good, nothing to write home about, but about what I expected from buffet dining. There was, however, creme brule' which made it definitely worthwhile.
The food was excellent and well prepared. A wonderful variety and tons of choices. I took my family from china there and all were incredibly impressed. The peel and eat shrimp were already de-veined, and very easy to peel. The alaskan king crag legs were split in two, so all you had to do was pull the meat out. Very easy and very tasty!!!!! They had a great variety of vegetables, fresh fruits, and WONDERFUL deserts, inculding creme caramel and creme brulee. Of course, fruit tarts and everything chocolate.
The ambience was very las vegas, and all French.
There was absolutely no waiting by using open table, and you entered thru the vip area.
Using the open table app is a must. Otherwise the line was an 1 to 1.5 hours.
ABSOLUTELY AWFUL! poor choices, and leftover food; some items were leftover from breakfast! Especially the Eggs Benedict; I could not even cut the English muffin with a KNIFE. And the pastries were obviously leftover from breakfast. For $40 per person, how dare they serve this? With all the choices of dining in Las Vegas, this is obviously NOT a place you need to waste your time at. No need to eat at Le Village Buffet
My husband and I always look forward to dining here; every year, except for THIS year, Le Village has been a wonderful experience. This year, the chefs were RUDE! The choices POOR, and the food quality LOUSY. Should not have cost more than $15 per person.
When food was depleted, it was NOT replenished. We were there at 6:30PM for dinner on July 4th; the place was EMPTY. And when they ran out of turkey breast, there simply was no more Hurley breast.
Don't waste your money; go to CRAVINGS at Mirage; Spice Market at Hard Rock, or Buffet at Harrah's.
A standout among resort buffets. Almost all the casinos have buffets, but Paris outdoes them all. The buffet is split into several "regions" (stations) each with different foods. Not sure how authentic they are, but the variety of food is great, especially the deserts. The salad and seafood selections are excellent as well. The décor is made to look like a rural village, and really adds to the charm.
If you make your reservation though Open Table, go to the VIP entrance to skip the line. One drawback is that the restaurant seems to have only one very small bathroom, though others are located in the mall outside the restaurant. Also, be on the lookout for "holiday pricing" that is higher than prices posted on the website, even if you're not on the exact day of the holiday.
Poor variety of food, price does not justify the offering, you're better off paying a bit more and getting a table at Wicked Spoon. What was served: Scrambled Eggs, Bacon, Sausages, Charred Meats, Crepes, Omlettes, Potatoes, Roast Beef, Prime Rib, Creme Brulee, French Onion Soup (This menu was bland, tasted subpar, soup was drowned in red wine, prime rib made Lawrys look like heaven, @a price of $40.00 per person on July 3rd, it was just a terrible experience). I recommend anyone to just skip the lines here, and go straight to M Resort, where you can at least taste the effort over this Faux Parisian flair.
The food was awesome but the service wasn't good at all, we waited 20+ minutes to order our drinks and then waited 20+ to receive them, We finished our first plate without any drinks, after that we never had any refills and we hust had 1 cup for the coffee, we needed another one and we had to go and find one for ourselves because the waiter was never visible.
The crepes were amazing and the creme brûlée was delicious too.
Very disappointed. Food display was not good. Need to keep area around food wiped up with spills etc,. Ran out of turkey and it was only 1 in the afternoon. A lady with a cart parked the cart right in the doorway of the room we were in and proceeded to clean plates left by other diners. Slamming the plates in against the waste container very rude and very loud. Was not good. All we wanted was to leave .
This was our third time eating here. Last year it was my husband and I on our anniversary, and we had a wonderful experience. This time, we had a party of eight and requested a back room. They did not accommodate us, but eventually placed us in the "balcony" area, that was away from other diners, but out front where pedestrians walked, so it was quite noisy. They were very busy and understaffed, the manager actually took our drink orders and apologized several that our server was busy. The food was just not quite up to par from our last visit, undercooked hard vegetables, out of some dishes that did not get refilled, salad bar very lacking in choices and cold butter served with the crab legs. They had very few gluten free items marked, which I need. The ones marked were mostly sauces, but nothing for me to put the sauces on! We will probably not go back, as we did not think the quality was acceptable enough for the price.
I was very disappointed with this restaurant, we spent a week in Las Vegas and chose the village buffet to be our last Dinner in Vegas because we thought it would be a really great experience being that it was located in the Paris hotel. From the start it was horrible we felt as if we were being alienated from the rest of the restaurant by them placing us is what appeared to be something that resembled a break room kitchen away from the main dining area most likely because we had three kids with us and they did not want us to mess up the elegance. But the worst thing was the food it was very substandard not even as good as your local hometown buffet, and for the price I was expecting so much more. I would not recommend this restaurant to anyone going to Las Vegas.
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