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
The staff at this facility were amazing! ...
The staff at this facility were amazing! Not only did my boyfriend and I have the most amazing omelets freshly prepared in front of us, but also the most delicious crepes. We were waiting in line for the crepes (a 20 minute wait, a very popular option with the guests), I had grabbed my purse and my boyfriend's camera bag since we didn't want to leave them unattended for that long in a busy place like the buffet. Turns out when we came back they had given away our table! But the staff were so gracious and they immediately seated us at a new table and got us drinks right away!
Honestly, so nice and good. I would recommend eating here in a heartbeat.
This was a Thanksgiving meal so it wasn' ...
This was a Thanksgiving meal so it wasn't an everyday experience. This buffet is the only one I have found that accepts reservations and I booked months in advance. My review would not have been so positive had I waited in the very long line to enter. We had a 9 pm reservation and were seated by 10 after. Making the experience trouble free. The food was traditional thanksgiving fare but I was a little disappointed in the dessert choices. I had been to this buffet before on a non-holiday and the dessert pastries were much more elaborate. From being seated to taking our time eating; we were out the door by 950 pm without being in a rush. If you choose this restaurant do the reservation through Open Table it will upgrade your experience tremendously!
I wanted to eat her for my birthday brea ...
I wanted to eat her for my birthday breakfast. I was so happy to get to enjoy my favorite foods. The chef even went back to make sure there was no turkey in the sausage for me since im allergic to turkey he came running out with a tumbs up all clear. The coffee is so good and the even bring you our own thermos of coffee so is always hot and you dont have to what.
I had heard quite a few positive reviews ...
I had heard quite a few positive reviews so was looking forward to it but it just wasn't that good and certainly not worth the $31 per person. Beef was incredibly tough and the shrimp was tasteless. Cassoulet was not bad, along with the mashed potatoes.
A decent buffet with many options to cho ...
A decent buffet with many options to choose from. The atmosphere is nice with dimmer lighting, the ceiling which looks like the sky and the cafe street feel.
Just the day before my wife and I tried "Bacchanal" at Ceaser's Palace which quite frankly blows this buffet out of the water(it is more expensive though).
Food was average for a buffet. My husban ...
Food was average for a buffet. My husband got the crepe and enjoyed it. We just didn't feel like we are enough to make it worth the price. Our waiter was not as friendly as others that we have had here in the past, seemed in a rush to get things done and the tables cleared off.
My company had two reservations one for ...
My company had two reservations one for a table of 4 and another for a table of 7.
Le Village staff was great in accommodating us and arranging two tables together so we were able to have all 11 people together. Plus they set us up where it was like we had our own private area, sitting out on the patio which really added to the atmosphere.
No rush and they allowed us to enjoy our evening at a nice leisurely pace, and the service throughout the evening was excellent.
Along with the excellent service they food was the same, also excellent and more then anyone could eat with a great selection.
We did the set beverage for wine and beer and probably would of been better doing an individual drink tab since many didn't drink or ordered drinks not covered. However the cost of the fixed drinks was minimum and did not take anything away from the value.
Highly recommend to everyone.
disappointing. read reviews and maybe we ...
disappointing. read reviews and maybe we were there on an off night. Overall the food was just NOT GOOD. I left more on the plate than I ate which was a shame for the price we paid for dinner. The staff was not friendly. Dessert was a TOTAL DISAPPOINTMENT, don't think you'll get what is pictured on the website. I had something chocolate that was inedible; went back and got a little pie and it too was inedible. Shrimp and crab were tasteless. The only thing that was good was the prime rib, tri tip and mashed potatoes. BUT we asked for steak knives because we couldn't cut the tri tip with a knife and they don't have any steak knives. I should have asked for my money back. On the flip side, breakfast was good and the staff was much friendlier. Bavarian sausage is fantastic. Slab bacon was too grisly and fatty. One pet peeve is that most hot food wasn't HOT.
The last time we ate this buffet it had ...
The last time we ate this buffet it had about 50% authentic French dishes. This time other than crepes, bread and a so-so French Onion soup the remainder of the buffet selections could and would be found on any other casino buffet. The main reason we chose this location was the offerings of authentic French cuisine.
The atmosphere is very good and looks like the streets on a small country town in France.
Our server was from Korea; so much for the French experience.
Sunday brunch was exceptional, as usual. ...
Sunday brunch was exceptional, as usual. We make it a point each trip to attend the Sunday Brunch. Our server "Mary" was attentive to our needs and a charmer as well. Wouldn't miss it. Thank you "Open Table" for eliminating the wait and giving us more time to enjoy the Paris Brunch as well as our vacation time.
We ate at Le Village Buffet several year ...
We ate at Le Village Buffet several years ago & we wanted to try it again to see if it was still good. We thought the food was pretty good - we liked everything that we tried. Our favorites were the Gratin potatoes, carved turkey, creamed spinach & mini desserts. Overall, I think the quality of the food was above average. We liked the ambiance - we felt like we were outdoors.
It's the best breakfast buffet in Las Ve ...
It's the best breakfast buffet in Las Vegas -- and cheaper than the average hotel menu breakfasts.
A beautiful setting, you feel like you're in the middle of Paris -- and much of the food (crepes, etc.) is made to order. MAGNIFIQUE!!!!!!!!
Although the service was really slow, th ...
Although the service was really slow, this is the only buffet on the Strip letting you make a reservation ahead, so bypassing the line is totally worth the time saved if you'd like to try a Vegas style grand buffet. This one has a reasonable price comparing to other resorts and non-alcohol drinks are included.
The food choices and quality were second ...
The food choices and quality were second to none. The only "complaint" we all had was that we did not have room in our stomachs for all the great food available to us. Our service was impeccable. Recommend the Le Village Buffet to anyone.
Read reviews and don't know whether I mi ...
Read reviews and don't know whether I misunderstood. Thought they said this would be a good French breakfast buffet. Well it's a buffet, but good was not what we found. First, they tried sitting us at a 10 person table along a back wall in a dark corner although we had a 5 person Open Table reservation. We asked for something a bit nicer. The waitress was friendly, brought the things we initially asked for, but never came back with a later request for an extra napkin and never cleared the first set of plates. We had two sets of plates because the first round of food we took was really bad, and after waiting in various lines... there was only one server per station. The second round was not any better.
Thought spending $30+ per person for French food would result in good food. Nope. Not French (I went to school there); not good. Except for the omelet cook, the servers also were not friendly or talented. The choice of crepes was limited and the ingredients poor.
For the same price, in the Paris Hotel as well, there is the Hexx kitchen restaurant. Not French, but one of the best breakfasts we ever had.
In summary, had a great weekend in Vegas, except for the Le Village Buffet - Paris .
Great place for breakfast. Lots of fres ...
Great place for breakfast. Lots of fresh options ... The fruit was excellent and there is a large selection of items to choose from for breakfast. This trip the cinnamon raisin French toast with blueberry sauce was outstanding. The bear claws are always fresh and delicious. Hubby had an omelet made to order which was great. Server was attentive keeping our coffee in plentiful supply.
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