Le Village Buffet - Paris Las Vegas
Food was good, especially the blueberry muffins and croissants. The cook at the omelette station was fantastic. She was friendly and oh so efficient. She was masterful at making about six orders at a time and she did it well. Server was friendly, attentive, and she was hustling around. The drawback was checking in and the hostess was a bit gruff. There is no signage for where those with reservations should enter. I learned from the cashier that if you have a reservation, which I did, you should enter at the VIP entrance. How are people supposed to know this? I wasn't terribly put out because they had just opened and only about 20 people were ahead of me, but I've seen this line before be quite lengthy. They need to address this situation with proper signage.
great food survice and nice people good looking place overall we had fun
Not enough selections.
Prime Rib was dry and no choice of doneness.
We have had too many trips to Vegas in recent years without a trip to our favorite breakfast buffet. The offer we were using this trip did not include Caesar's so we opted to stay at Paris for the first time. This buffet was the main reason for our choice and it did not disappoint. I could watch the crepe chef for hours and the end results are so good. The multitude of breads are just off the chart and I feel sorry for the no carbers. Croissants lighter than air. So many choices plus the French village ambiance, what's not to love.
Overall was wonderful. I have been here a few times. This was the first time coming during the week- I noticed food had run out and many empty bowls and the oatmeal had been sitting awhile. Never had this issue when visiting on a weekend
We have never had cheese crepes before with all the cheese UNMELTED. Perhaps this was intentional but it was not appealing to our family. Eggs Benedict was over spiced. Many other buffet items were lukewarm. Overall we were disappointed.
Had breakfast with my family. Food was AMAZING..the waitress was great. She checked on our table multiple times to make sure we didn’t need anything. we would go for dinner mostly when we go to Vegas but our first time trying breakfast. It’s officially our favorite buffet.
We really enjoyed the food and ambience. But the floor hostess was short and staff at VIP cashier were rude. Cooks at stations were nice
HATED the fact there were dollar bills on food trays. Disgusting!!! Pay your staff accordingly so you don’t make workers look desperate
They had a lot of empty tables reserved for Diamond players and no special needs (handicap) tables, they should treat handicap people as good as a top diamond guest
They charge more at the door than they say online. A lot more. We didn’t actually eat here because of this. We left
Awesome brunch! So many choices, you don’t have to eat the rest of the day! Excellent service!
I liked our hostess but she seemed like she was upset to the rest of our table. She may have had a bad morning. I think that the attitude could have been better. It's a bit much for mimosas about $15. I only had 4 of them. Would have had more but that's a lot for mimosas.
New Years morning, everything was as expected. Been here many times, always happy
The worst buffet I have ever been to in my life. Refuse to go back
service is poor food served cold jot even warm even with reservation they make wait for 25 to get a table for for hadicape person not good
Food was mediocre. The chilled crab legs were fresh but extremely salty. Chicken and mushroom crepe was well made but bland. Overall, the taste of all the food from main dish to dessert were not very good. The service and the price was good compared to other Vegas dinner buffets though.
I went for a breakfast around 9:30 am. The line was relatively short about 15 minutes of wait. Services were nice, but the food selection was really poor. They had multiple dishes of same food like eggs, eggs, and more eggs, and potatoes in every other dishes. There weren’t much to eat when you consider that they are famous for brunches. The best dish I found was gravy and salsa dressing. No kidding.
Their service carts with utensils were so noisy that I had to cover my ears every time they pass near my table.
Overall experience was so unpleasing that I’ll stop going to buffets for a while.
Paid more at the buffet than what their web site advertised.
Went for breakfast. Great variety of breakfast items. Omelette station, craved ham, chorizo sausage, etc. Lots of pastries & sweets. It was quiet, could easily talk w/my parents (who are both hard of hearing).
Long waits at buffet lines. Food bland and very average. Crab legs extremely salty - couldnt eat.
Went for Christmas dinner with the family, part of the reason we choose them is they took reservations. We went at 3, although the atmosphere was cute that’s where it ended. The tables were sticky , I had to ask for a rag to wipe it down myself. The food was either cold or over cooked , staff not attentive either. Overall it was a huge disappointment , especially considering what they charged. I would stay away!
Overrated I say for the price. Not really a lot of food choices, none of the labels matched the food dishes on buffet so you really didn't know what you were getting. Tables were pushed so close together and with more chairs for the table...uncomfortable. No bar ordering was disappointing. Making reservation on open table did skip us waiting in horrible line, so do recommend that. But not a great experience for our out of town family on Christmas.
Charged extra for Christmas eve but the food at 6pm was like left over from morning. The plate still show "bagel", cream cheese. Selections were poor, presentation was horrible. It was worse than hometown buffet.
Not so good food
I was disappointed in the food quality even though I know what to expect with buffet dining. The prime rib was flavorless and dry....way overcooked, shrimp were soggy and salty, and the deserts tasteless. I stuck to vegetables which were good. I like the atmosphere and service was good just really disappointed in the food. BTW I have been here 3 times before and it used to be much better.
Buffet has really become run down. They simply don’t bother to maintain the physical aspects from the broken down tables to dirty floors.
Unlimited crab legs, great meat options and sides, but the most notable item was the soft serve ice cream. The best I've ever had in my life.
Had a lovely dinner experience that included 2 glasses of wine and really enjoyed every moment. The food and desserts were delicious although I did want a bit more variety in the food selections. Besides that I’d give the overall experience still 5 stars because the crab legs, crepes , Mac n cheese, potatoes and all the good stuff was truly delicious. You can definitely see quality in the food served. Highly recommend !!
It's Great!, a bargain, if you do buffet of buffet deal, and use open table for reservations.
Food and service is average. If you have special occasion, like anniversary, its a nice place for dining.
The crepes are to die for. My husband and I enjoyed the food. It was a very relaxing atmosphere. We would definitely go back!
This place is the only place in the world that ONLY has WELL DONE prime rib. No really warm seafood. VALUE for what you receive is ZERO !!! Do Not waste your money.
We were in Vegas for a conference and had a chance to visit the Le Village Buffet as we were staying at the Paris Hotel. We got in quickly and were seated. With a Buffet I did not expect any service however a server came by the table immediately to see if we wanted any wine or water.
There were several themed food stations however I was looking for Seafood. The server asked if I wanted any Alaska Crab Legs and came with an entire plate full. The food was awesome and the price reasonable.
Had the Prime Rim and enjoyed it except the mash potatoes reminded me of oatmeal, the texture sticky and not like you would expect for mashed potatoes. Otherwise the dessert station had way too many choices, which was a great way to finish this meal.
The Paris Buffet is a typical Las Vegas buffet food event. Lots of choices and too much food to try everything. They do offer a very good selection of cheeses and salads. This was a groupon deal for 2 dinners & wine or beer. So really a good deal for us.
It’s one of my favorite buffet in Las Vegas.
Of all the buffet options in Las Vegas I would recommend several over this one. The atmosphere feels very much like a food court. There we’re quite a few options for food but our group found most to be salty and/or bland. It is pretty inexpensive for an LV buffet ($30.99) and drinks are fairly inexpensive, but if it were me I would rather pay a bit more for a better experience. We LOVED Bacchanal in Caesar’s (altho much more expensive, it’s absolutely incredible), and Wicked Spoon in the Cosmopolitan (more than Le Village but less than Bacchanal). Also, if you’re looking for something prices similarly, I would check out Spice Market in PH. I haven’t been there for a few years, but have much fonder memories than that of Le Village.
The food at Le Village Buffet was pretty good. The reservation system through Open Table can't be beat. The selection of the buffet was poor. I asked one of the staffer is there was "more" stations to the buffet. She said that was it. Two of my biggest issues with the buffet was the signage and the prime rib station. While the prime rib was tender and tasty, the portions were tiny. I wasn't expecting a 12-ounce cut, but on the same token, I was expecting a 6-ounce cut either. It was like the carver was taking the prime rib out of his own pocket. Signs were also missing so diners had little idea what the dish was. Getting beverages was a bit of wait, too.
Didn’t really save any money with this Groupon. It already costs $30 per person to eat there and I still had to pay taxes there. The prime rib, crepes, and potatoes were the only somewhat decent things there to eat. I’d recommend spending the extra $ to go elsewhere and actually enjoy the food.
Service was poor,had to hunt down a server several times for a drink and refills. Quality of food was low and soup and some side vegetables were not warm. Roast beef was tough and chewy. Very disappointed was my first and last time there.