About Le Village Buffet - Paris Las Vegas
Las Vegas, NV 89109
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
I was there, along with 13 others. We had a great experience! Good variety of food and awesome customer service. Because we made reservations, we were not required to wait in the long line outside. I would surely go back whenever I'm in town again. Thanks!
Like to know what we are eating. Many foods not labeled. Buffets need to keep up with their steam table selections. Not to be left empty. Did see several of those yesterday. Bot overall food is very good. Great carving station. We love our S unsay brunches.
The buffet was recommended as one of the best in Vegas - it was good, I wouldn't say best. The food was good, eggs with aspargus and salmon yummm, but I was hoping for more truly french options. Maybe I have to go for dinner or lunch - perhaps breakfast is just breakfast everywhere. Although, since I've been "places" I know it's not.
We dined here for Valentines Day. Reserving through Open Table, you get to go in through the VIP doors and get seated right away. Our waiter, Miguel, was fantastic. We got the drink option and he just kept bring our drinks and clearing empty plates. My husband and I sat in there and talked for over 2 hours while we ate and never felt rushed. Price may seem a bit high when you add the drink option, but I don't think you can get 3 or 4 glasses of wine anywhere in Vegas for the $13 the buffet charged. We even talked to the manager and he was very pleasant. Would definitely go back.
As far as buffets go, Le Village Buffet was a great find. Unlike some buffet places that make you feel like you are eating in a cafeteria, Le Village decor and ambience had us imagining that we were eating outside on the patio of a French bistro. The food was very good, especially the desserts ie. macarons and made to order dessert crepes. Another plus is that Le Village accepts reservations - we were seated right away and had plenty of time to eat and socialize before our show. I would definitely eat there again!
Have not been here in years and there are still some good things to eat. The prime rib is great and a great choice of vegetables . lots to chose from f0r a pre entrée all kinds of shell food and salad items. There are plenty of things to end the meal also, crème brulee and custards and crepes.
This was the best breakfast buffet I've ever had. The krepes were amazing the omletes were special made fresh and the bavarian sausage was also delicious. The service was friendly and helpful. Can't wait to go back and ha e again the best breakfast buffet in Vegas.
Very disappointing experience. After having been here twice before, I was excited and looking forward to this as our special date night restaurant before a show.
The food was no better than a chain restaurant buffet and there were some other oddities. For example, the cold crab legs were split in half, but you had to carefully pick out slivers of the shell that the band saw had buried in the flesh . They did not have cocktail sauce or butter near this station, so you had to hunt it down. I wanted a slicense of the featured prime rib, however, all I found was a 4" gnarly and very well done piece of beef. I asked whether they had any rare or medium rare cuts and was told in a out 10 minutes, went back up in 10 minutes and the roast was indeed there, but it was all medium well to well done. I passed. I tried a few of the desserts and found them bland and even stale.
My advice is to put your $32 a person toward any of the other wonderful restaurants that Vegas has to offer. I wish that we had.
I enjoyed my brunch at Le Village. I thought the food was very good and the bottomless mimosas were awesome! The service was great too. Our server was always present, taking away dishes and refilling our drinks. My only complaint was that my food was not as hot as I would have liked it to be. Some items in the buffet area seemed to stay warmer than others. The staff should definitely check to see that all warmers are heating equally. Also, I went to the Crepe area and ordered a Strawberry Crepe with Lemon Ricotta. The Crepe was mediocre at best and was cold when I took a bite. The chef did not allow time for the inside of it to warm up while cooking. The lemon ricotta was creamy and seemed more like a cake filling than reminiscent of ricotta cheese. Other than that, I enjoyed the variety of food, good flavor and the chef that was available at the made to order omelette station was very accommodating.
Food was not that great and service was not ever around at all. THE worst part was being seated by the stuck up hostess that would not accommodate a seating arrangement. Said "there is no waiter" on the table we wanted which was 8 feet away. Besides, did not ever have a regular waiter any way! The buffet was OK but all items were not fresh. NOT worth the high dollar price at all!! Will avoid this one next time.
Broke my heart that I couldn't give a higher rating. We've dined at the buffet on previous trips and recommended it to friends. This experience paled in comparison. With our Open Table reservation we were checked in at the VIP counter and seated in a dining room versus the open area. Our server took forever to check on us. There were dirty dishes on the tables in front of us which the bus boy hadn't yet removed. Not good. The food options were fine. The andouille sausage was incredible! The salad and dessert bars were disappointing. The macaroons were stale. The eclair were tough and stole. Tiramisu? Isn't that "Italian?" There were no Napoleons to be found which reflects the lack of a pastry chef. I will not return on my next visit I fear.
Le Village Buffet is comparatively reasonable. The food is plentiful of course and a large variety of meats and seafood. If you like prime rib, crab legs shrimp, mussels and clams you'll like this buffet.
There were more misses than hits but there was enough there to choose from if you didn't like some of the items.
The veggies were good and the crepes ranged from savory to sweet.
All in all you'll get your money's worth.
Nothing special. Somewhat healthy. Everything drenched in butter and they (snarky chef) claimed it was because it was French food, but if you have been to France you know it is not true. This restaurant does not really have anything to do with France as far as I was concerned. It held nothing over any other buffet on the strip. Chairs are run of the mill like you are sitting in a diner. Atmosphere is noisy. At last they had some French onion soup. It is best to make a reservation. No French bread. Nothing for the price you pay. I had better fun at a nine dollar breakfast the next day and sharing London fish and chips at NYNY. This was supposed to be a 26th anniversary dinner and on my end it was an embarassing fail to take spouse there.
We went to the New Year's Day Holiday buffet. Fortunately we made a reservation on Open Table in advance. Otherwise it was no fun to stand in line for hours. We went in around 2:30 around the switch over from brunch to dinner. I only noticed a few differences. There was a long line for the crepe. It was tasty, but one will fill you up quick. So I would recommend share it with another person or two so you have some room to taste other stuff. There were couple times when they ran out of the items I was interested, but they replenished it in about 10-15 minutes, not as bad as the reviews I read. The waitress was very eager to fill up our champagne glasses. We went to Studio B buffet the day before. I would say that one has more Asian flavor, and better ice cream selections. I can't really tell which one has better Creme Brulee.
However, if you are looking for a more French experience, this is not a bad choice.
we had the brunch menu and it was terrific. Breakfast included omelettes, eggs, all the breads and fruits, plus lunch with prime rib, ham, prepared dishes, salad bar, seafood bar, crepe station. All were fantastic with hot good quality food. the pastry station was interesting as well so save room for dessert.
Service was horrible. Took about 10 minutes to even get a drink order in. Once order was taken, had to repeat it twice. When the drinks arrived, had to stop server from taking off with one of the two waters. Throughout breakfast, server would be grumbling something every time they picked up a plate, our table or the others around us. Was openly criticizing a co worker while he was doing his best collecting stuff. Rude to us and others. But the constant grumbling is what made our breakfast uneasy. Other than the poor server, food was ok and there was a lot to choose from, which is great. It was really cool how each station was set up. Hopefully it was just a bad day for that one server, but too bad, because my wife and I been wanting to try it for the last three years going to vegas, and unfortunate to have this experience when we finally went.
I really used to love this buffet but it has definitely gone downhill since the last time we visited four years ago. There wasn't much I the way of seafood and the beef bourgenone (I can't spell very well) was absent from the last couple of visits. The food was just so-so. What a shame.
We were at the Le Village Buffet for Christmas dinner, reservation at 3PM. No problems with that. Was very disappointed in the amount of the food containers that were empty, mainly at the carving table they had run out of prime rib and was told that it would be another hour before they would have more, so our choice was turkey and leg of lamb. People were upset, along with us thinking that they should have known that there would be lots of people, so we never did get the prime rib. One of the wait servers did get use and order of crab legs, they were very good and she was very pleasant. We did really enjoy the desserts as always. Would we go back, right now I don't think so for the price that you pay for the Christmas Buffet and they are running low on food.
We have been to this buffet several time, but this was not the best.
We had reservations for Christmas eve with our family and we were immediately seated in one of the smaller rooms, which was perfect. The staff was very friendly and attentive, with the exception of the servers on the buffet line.
We were early, before the crowds came, but many of the food stations were empty. The carvers were in a bad mood or not there at all.
The selection seemed to be less than what we have previously experience and the quality just wasn't there. It was a huge disappointment.
Will we go back? Probably not, and this use to be one of our favorite places.
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