Le Village Buffet - Paris Las Vegas
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.
Food and service were great. Everyone was very friendly and helpful.
Terrible management l. I’m in shock about how your website lies about the price of your buffet and you let the false advertising continue!!!!!
Food was very cold but the desert was ok
I was a bit disappointed 🙄
Selection/variety of food was not up to expectations. For the price paid, there should’ve been a lot more. Service was good, but we didn’t know we were to go to the VIP desk for reservations instead of the regular line up (which was long).
Good selection of food and a good value compared to other Strip buffets
We enjoyed the ambienice, flowing champagne, prime rib, crab, omelets, etc. The do-it-yourself Eggs Benedict works well because you can pick a well done or runny egg! With a price around $30 each, it was exactly what we wanted. Of course, it’s possible to buy the $49.00 buffet eating pass for 24 hours that includes this one, but that seemed like too much food for us.
Nestled in the Paris Hotel, Le Village Buffet was an inexpensive brunch place. It boasts of having food from the 5 regions of France, which is a charming theme. The ambiance was pleasant enough. However the food was a little lacking. For breakfast, it proved to be an average assortment of the average brunch menu, such as fajitas (those French?), muffins, and sausages and eggs. The noteworthy exception was the crepe corner, which was pretty delicious. All in all, average price ($25 for Saturday brunch) was ok but you do get what you pay for.
Carvery and dessert area were great. However, all stations could have fresher food. When bread is hard and pasta looks dry it's not right for the full price of that buffet. Service and rooms are great.
Very noisy with arts over cobblestone. Service was ok,platespiled up and took along time for drinks.Food was interesting-my first creme
Brûlée- I liked it. Crab legs skimpy but nice they were open. Needed a seafood fork tho - had to scrape out with my fingers. Some wetnaps would have been helpful. Soups were good. Carrot cake dry. This may sound negative but I really did enjoy it but you asked for my input ! Music was not romantic or traditional and loud but whole restaurant was noisy.
Lots of choices for sure! We enjoyed it but felt like the overall quality was just okay. There was definitely something for everyone. We were surprised that so many offerings were mis-labeled and the buffet was kind of messy. Wine offerings were very limited. We enjoyed the experience and left full, but I doubt we would ever go back.
Not so much French food... mostly ordinary American food... disappointed with breads, so American...
Food was very low quality, cold and without any taste. There was no fruits at all except whole apples. Fruits used for crepes were cooked and looked unfresh. Table service unprofessional . Place was loud and not very clean. I will not go back there for sure.
Holy cow, good service - service was absolutely amazing. Food was dismal, noise level was painful at times, good thing we made a reservation because the wait time for the que they make you stand in looked like it took forever. Would I go back again, No. Today when I returned back to work - did I recommend it, No. I feel bad for the employees - they truly did their best. Unfortunately 3/4 of the package wasn't delivering.
The Paris Le Village Buffet is always one of our meals while in Las Vegas. The best part is the crepes station, but all of the food is outstanding. Compared to the other Caesar's buffets, though this one does fall a little short in service because the servers bring you your drinks and ours was a little forgetful (the other buffets the non alcoholic drinks are self-serve). If you plan on going to this buffet, there are two things you must do: 1) book a reservation because the line can be very long, and 2) do it as part of the Buffet of Buffets (24 hours of Caesar's buffets!) for the best deal (join Total Rewards to get a better price on that and not have to wear the wristband).
Food was cool and you could tell it was made earlier. Not all of the food warmers we're filled. Thank goodness for the crab legs and dessert.
We reserved a table for brunch at 10 AM, however when we were there brunch’s foods were not ready, in the meantime we had to go through with breakfast foods instead and by the time the foods come out for brunch we already filled up. If you like to come in for brunch menus, I think you should come in later than 10:00. Breakfast menus is very standard nothing excited by the way.
Our server Kaye was outstanding! The ambiance is Disneyesque but still fun. Champagne brunch was excellent, particularly the french toast with blueberries. A great meal.
The food was good,a lot of options
The coffee was not hot enough and not tasty you should have capuchino
Had been 2 previous times before and loved it, but it seemed to have a little less options this time around.
Good food and good service and u can make a reservation
The food was passable. The ambiance was horrible; carts stacked with dirty dishes and swinging garbage bags rolled by the table constantly on the cobblestone "streets" this resulted in a constant din and was visually unpleasant. Considering the charming Parisian backdrop the atmosphere could have been very pleasant with a little effort . My suggestion would be charge a little more and improve the food and the ambience .... lose the carts!
The drink server we had was attentive and friendly.
Beautiful spot to have some really delicious cuisine, (very continental), very good service and a quaint atmosphere - and very affordable! A must in LAS!
Many less French options than advertised. Some of the food was just alright. The crepes were pretty good though.
Amazing food selection and quality. Our waitress, Mary, was attentive and made us feel special.
I love the place. The enviroment is great. The food is good, the crepes are delicious. It worth the price if you eat a lot, not so many options but everything is good.
Amazing food! Loved the atmosphere. Beautiful scenery. Delicious mimosa! I would definitely return the next vegas trip.
Employees were rude, buffet was dirty, food stations were messy and food was terrible. Will not return!
It wasn't very French, and the food quality was an afterthough at most stations. Many of the dishes we mis-marked or not labelled at all, which is indicative of the customer focus they are not displaying. The server was good, the rest of the staff was far less-motivated. The attendant at the carving station gave me a deadpan look while handing back my place with a piece of "beef" a piranha would have difficulty chewing.
I had high-hopes when I sat down, but I will not be going back.
The food has gone down hill considerably in the last couple of years since I was last there. The food was HIGHLY salted, to the point that expected deer to stroll through mistaking the buffet line for a salt lick. Plus, they REALLY need to make sure that when they are replacing dishes, they put them in the right place, specifically the desserts, as they were all totally mislabeled.
Carrot Cake is not made of a chocolate mousse served in a tart shell. Just one example.
We have been going to this buffet for 15 years. This is not worth the money. I spoke with the assistant manager to share my experience. I asked how at 10 am you would be out croissants? We come specifically for these. Most of the items had either been sitting for awhile or were empty. When you asked an employee did something you didn’t receive a response. He did gave us his card for a free buffet for our group of six. I wouldn’t go back even if it was free. He should have given us our money back!
We were celebrating birthdays in Las Vegas and 7 of us went to Le Village Buffet. We've been several times before but not for several years. The food was good but not quite as good as I remembered from previous visits. The best part for me was the crepes for dessert, still excellent. This is an all you can eat buffet so if you fill up quickly or don't want to eat too much it may not be worth it, however it is a fun place to eat with great scenery in the Paris Hotel.
No trip to Vegas is complete without a buffet trip. We ventured here for Fathers Day dinner. The main draw is the Crepe station, which everyone enjoyed.
Dinner was great but deserts were disappointing the crepes were undercooked and filling almost frozen service was good
Never got one refill on beverages. Very slow on getting someone to remove dishes, but not our waiter or we would have requested drink refills. Prime rib was fatty that night. Not as good selection on the food. Always liked in the past but disappointed this time.
great food & fun ambiance.
little pricey but well worth it.
For the cost of the buffet, this was a steal. All the food was great, but the lamb was a special treat. After eating the same foods over and over again while travelling, it was great to have lots of vegetables prepared differently, and so delicious.
The food was very good .Not alot of kid options ..wouldnt advise this place for kids because the price i would defiantly not bring them but I would personally visit this place again with out them .Its a cute layout makes u feel like your in paris an the food was hot a fresh
Went to this buffet last year when we visited Vegas but this time the food and service weren't as good. The restaurant is cute because it looks like the rest of the Paris hotel, Paris streets vibe. The food is overpriced for the quality and during this experience there was a serious lack of service.
The breakfast buffet has very few French contents. The signature sections are the crepe and omelette stands where the food are freshly prepared. The rest of items can be found in any buffet and nothing impressive to convince us to go back.
Very cute setup, and makes you feel like you are outside in a cozy bistro. We went for breakfast and there where lots of good options to choose from. Omelet station, crepes station, and your staple breakfast goods.