Le Village Buffet - Paris Las Vegas
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.
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.
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.
Horrible food. Dry meats. Limited selection. Long lines for food stations.
We visited this restaurant for breakfast. We enjoyed much, but probably will try other restaurant next time.
Went here for Thanksgiving and was very disappointed. It was a mess. Husband was worried he was going to get sick from how messy the food was laid out. And the workers looked less than enthusiastic to be there. Will not go back again.
Had Thanksgiving dinner here with family and it was great! Making a reservation helped, got to use the VIP entrance which cut what would have been an hour plus wait into 20 minutes. Food was excellent and fresh, good to see traditional turkey plus French cuisine. Cant beat the crepes station either!
We had a party of 8 adults and 5 children for Thanksgiving. I finally figured out what it reminded me of... cruise food on a lower end cruise line. Not really terrible but meh. The saurkraut and sausage was my favorite thing.
Please please please put mashed potatoes with the turkey station! The mashed potatoes and gravy were in a long line and in a very awkward place. It was ridiculous for people to wait in line or try to ‘cut’ in line for just potatoes.
Thanksgiving Dinner at Paris Hotel was excellent. We checked in with reservations and was escorted immediately to our table. The food was excellent and service was great. The Parisian ambiance was very cozy for our family holiday dinner. The crepes and mimosas were a real treat.
The worst buffet I have ever had. The restaurant was filthy. Food and debris on the floor and around the serving areas. Empty tables with several dirty dishes sat until the one lonely wait staff came with her cart to clean them We had to bring our dirty dishes to a wait stand each time we made a trip to the buffet. The food was some of the worst that we've had on any buffet. The entire restaurant needs and update and renovations. I highly don't recommend eating here. It use to be one of the best buffets on the strip, but not I'd consider it one of the worst.
Consistent with other reviews - food was ok but not great. Desserts were good. Service was good. Nice ambiance inside.
The food was very good, and everyone in my group really enjoyed it. Considering the food, ambiance, and the price, this is the best buffet in Las Vegas. My favorite parts of the buffet were the crab legs and the crepe station. The crepes are delicious. Also, I really appreciated being able to make reservations because I have a hard time standing in line for very long due to an injury/disability to my back and spine. It made it so much easier to have reservations, and to be able to walk right in and be seated.
We were very disappointed in the quality of the food. My roast beef had a very strange texture and taste, the Brussel sprouts and green beans were slimy; and tasteless and the rest of the food was ho hum.
The service was lacking and not friendly.
Sorry, Paris Hotel, the rest of your restaurants are delightful but the buffet, not so much.
This buffet is not what use to be. The same dishes three nights in a row. The signage on the entrees were incorrect and many dishes from past years are not available for dinner such as my favorite potatoes au gratin. The baked tomatoes were dried out and manny entrees were near empty. I would not recommend multiple meals at this buffet
There's quite a number of food in the buffet that needed refilling, so we weren't able to try those items since the line was really long. Servers are quite hard to come by. Great ambiance though!!
Great selection. Best for breakfast/morning
This buffet used to be a legend. It's totally run-down now. I have been here several times in the last 10 years or so. The experience I had last night was very disappointing. Food selection is less, dishes did not look appetizing. the display is lousy. I had a reservation. No wait in line, but, I saw people lined up outside. I felt so bad for them. It is not worthy. There are other buffets in the strip.
At one time, this was the place to go. However, the food quality and options offered were way below par. The desserts, other than the crepes, were awful. Food was not replenished frequently. For the $ spent, certainly not worth it. Probably better to try some other place. Service staff seem stretched and took a while to get service. Cashier was not friendly or personable.
Very disappointed. We booked a reservation to celebrate our parents anniversary, and when we arrived for our reservation, we were turned away because the restaurant was closed for a private function. We weren’t contacted/notified about this, and now had to find a new dinner location at the last minute.
Crowded and chaotic seating made for a very unpleasant first impression. Nowhere was it stated that reservations should use a separate entry. Having waited in one line for 20 minutes we were then ushered (after the cashiers had finished exchanging cell phone pictures) to another entry where that line had built up and angry patrons were arguing over their turn. My travel companions are disabled and use canes, so the standing around waiting was particularly awkward, especially as I'd made a reservation purposefully to avoid a wait. Food was mediocre at best (mass catering), and it seemed we only had one drink choice - coffee OR juice. Simply not worth it.
Wonderful selections from all areas of France. I really enjoyed the made to order omelette and crepe stations. The mimosas were an unexpected bonus.
Wasn't as good as we had hoped and looked forward too. Definitely not up there with the rest of the buffets on the strip.
The best crepes in Vegas. The rest of the food is mediocre. Ambiance is quaint, showing some wear.
The food was amazing. The Crepes and Omelette stations were the best, and the cooks were friendly and did a great job.
Was WAY better 5 years ago....not much authentic French food...the NOISE from the dish tray return was LOUD and embarrassing
Low food assortment and low quality. Doesn’t worth paid $$. Very disappointed to celebrate my birthday there... 👎👎👎
We were seated right near the buffet so had a constant stream of people and staff pushing carts of dishes past us making it very loud and unenjoyable. It was extremely diff to have a conversation. The waiter did not come by to ask about more drinks. The pork tenderloin was dry and difficult to cut and some of the food was cold.
Service is slow. Food was mediocre at best. Prime rib and roast beer were inedible. Mimosas saved the experience. Probably won’t be back next trip
Very good food and with lots of options! I love this place!
The food all seemed close to room temperature by the time we got it back to our tables, it tasted good, but it felt like it was missing an attention to detail that this buffet used to have. Just one random example, the macarons were put together incorrectly.
The food was wonderful and a great variety. I would definitely go back to this location on my next trip.
We love the brunch, specifically the crepe station. Delicious and very friendly crepe maker.
Would really recommend switching to self serve beverage service, we waited a LONG time to get water. Waitress was doing her best, but had too many tables to get beverages out to.
Getting reservations in open table was perfect, no wait.
Service was bad and small variety of food
For. Who ever heard of a buffet with no fried chicken.
This buffet is not too expensive but enough choice of good foods. We cannot expect "French" foods for all dishes but you see some in there like "French Onion Soup", "Crapes". Not much cheeses in there which disappointed a bit. Highly recommend for over 4 people as a group dinner. There's no time limit so that you can enjoy chat and food for two hours if you want. Definitely you should make a reservation via Open Table, then you can go another waiting line which way faster than regular waiting line to get your table.
Made reservations for 6, but 5 only came. Front desk associate displayed "aggravation" as her expression. She was not friendly at all. She assisted customers after us and offered drinks. I asked why didn't she give an option of drinks to my group and she stated that it was for a different area. No great service