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 Restaurant, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Le Village Buffet - Paris Las Vegas Ratings and Reviews
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.
After reading reviews reccomending Paris ...
After reading reviews reccomending Paris buffet my wife and I booked a table for a Friday evening.
It was disappointing at best. 50% of the food items had no card saying what they were. The food was on par with an old country buffet and not very good. I felt like Clark and cousin Eddie at the buffet in Vegas Vacation. On the plus side there were a few good dishes such as pork pate and beef tenderloins. I had a pork au pouvre that I could not even cut with a knife
Very dissappointing for the amount charged
In general the cooked food was OK. Dis ...
In general the cooked food was OK. Disappointed with limited choice of sushi. Crab leg was of small size, not appealing. Choice of deserts were good though. Any way, guess with a moderate charge and that was what you would expect.
Service was very good. Glad booked through Open Table , so escape the waiting line.
The Paris buffet was recommended to us a ...
The Paris buffet was recommended to us as the best at the strip and after we were absolutely taken by the Bellagio brunch a day before we thought the Paris would blow us away even more. Unfortunately this wasnt the case. The seating area is very unpleasant and noisy, there is was an annoying restroom smell where we were seated. Service was irritating and the food was mediocre at best. Croissants tasted like they were made the day before. We expected much better and left after one course.
I was very disappointed the food was col ...
I was very disappointed the food was cold, have been to this buffet in 2009, however it was not the same.
However my server whose name was Sylvia was very good, and attentive.. And excellent server.
Food, however in the past was better
Not one of the better buffets on the str ...
Not one of the better buffets on the strip. Very, very disappointed!!!!!!!!! I live locally so we have beento quite a few buffets on the strip. Dark, dingy, food arrears not kept up well at all. Empty tables sat uncleaned for a long time. If I was a tourist and was coming here based on what we heard (like we did) I would insist on a refund.
Returned after a few years and was reall ...
Returned after a few years and was really looking forward to the excellent French cuisine we experienced three years ago. Other than the desserts I was highly disappointed. A lot of the food was cold in spots and the selection was nothing compared to previous years.
Le Village Buffet - Paris Las Vegas is s ...
Le Village Buffet - Paris Las Vegas is set up to offer the feel of a small French village square, with dinning options surrounding you. The setting is very well done, and the food was very good.
Only two problems I observed: 1) almost all the individual buffet servers had their tip jar out with dollars prominently scattered on the buffet counters. This is not a cheap buffet to begin with. Almost $30 a person for breakfast. We shouldn't feel obliged to tip every buffet station we visit. This is crazy.
2) Some of the items were not labeled at all. Looks kinda like the place has no manager watching over things.
Disappointing. No queue which was good b ...
Disappointing. No queue which was good but perhaps the reason was the poor selection of food. I arrived at 5pm and many of the food stations appeared empty. There was little cook-to-order as described. Staff looked fed-up. It didn't seem particularly French. Duck was very overcooked. Creme Brulee was delicious though.
We were there for a birthday brunch. The ...
We were there for a birthday brunch. The atmosphere was laid back. We all found the food selections and unlimited Mimosas to be well worth the $$. The host, wait staff and maitre d' were all friendly and engaging.
Good selection of food. Prime rib was p ...
Good selection of food. Prime rib was perfectly done. But French onion soup was too salty. dessert selection was plenty and overall good. long and slow line to wait to get in it took us almost an hour. Overall it was a good experience.
We never got served our drinks once we s ...
We never got served our drinks once we sat down. We had to ask someone 15 minutes after sitting there. Then once we finally got our drinks, our waitress never came back to check on us at all. We had to find the water pitcher ourselves and refill our own drinks. Good food, but terrible service!
My 16 year old daughter really wanted to ...
My 16 year old daughter really wanted to go to a Las Vegas buffet. For her it seemed like something that one would want to experience in Las Vegas, so we decided on this one based on reviews on several travelers' websites. Having an Opentable reservation was a huge advantage; we avoided a long line and we were seated in the VIP area, not treatment my non-gambling family often gets in Las Vegas! The buffet had about six or so main stations based on geographic regions of France. The decor was Disney-like and the culinary theme was well developed, creative, and fun. The food quality was excellent to fair, depending on what was chosen. The leek soup, chicken-spinach-artichoke crepe, and cold crab were among my family's favorites, while the roast chicken and salmon were overcooked. Interestingly nearly every dish we had besides the soup (which was truly excellent in every regard) was just slightly warm and certainly not hot. The dessert buffet had some nice items but was not presented nearly as well as it could have been. We were given one knife, one fork, and one spoon and were expected to use this throughout. So overall it was a fun experience if you can get past the lack of attention to detail. I suspect these buffets are not done better because the demand is so high they dont need to have higher aspirations. I would recommend this buffet for the experience and suggest picking items carefully.
The GOOD: The selection of food was exce ...
The selection of food was exceptional for the price. The food was a realistic portrayal of French cuisine, focusing on those dishes that appeal to large audiences. Even the pickiest of eaters will find some dishes to savor.
The atmosphere was quite nice: The layout of tables was thoughtful. The decor was playful.
Our waitress was EXTREMELY slow to bring us our drinks, and then M.I.A. for the duration of the meal. She did not appear to be indicative of the restaurant as a whole, just a lone, terrible human being.
The food was good enough that I'll definitely return; it deserves a second chance. If I receive the same level of (dis)service next time, though, it will be my last visit.
We had reservations, and that appeared important. It looks like a lot of the tables get booked by events/parties, then seats are back-filled by casino guests with set times.
I came here on Friday June 10th and I wa ...
I came here on Friday June 10th and I was extremely disappointed in, well everything! Our server didn't smile once and barely came by to check on us, the food was sub par and although it's not the restaurant's fault, I can't believe how many people were eating their food while in the buffet line. Parents were letting their kids touch food then put it back, I saw a guy sneeze all over the dessert section and the man behind the station just pretended like it didn't happen. The crab legs were green so I was scared to even go near them and that was one of the reasons why i wanted to come here in the first place. The prime rib was over cooked and the dessert section wasn't all that it was cracked up to be. It definitely was not worth the cost. Next time i'll go somewhere else.
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