A lot of seafood, which I don’t eat so I can’t comment on that. But the pasta and the roast beef were just ok. Not overly tasty. The roast beef was dry. The prime rib was very rare.
Had a Groupon for buffet and 2 glasses of wine. Wasn't planning to take or drink the wine but was never offered it.
This place used to be much better. I can’t believe how bad it was. The only thing good was the made to order crepe. I am not terribly picky but this place sucked. It’s an adorable idea and so much more unique than other bufferts but the food was bad.
Less than average quality food at a very steep price.
Last year when we went the service had been terrible and they were out of many items by 7pm for dinner. We almost did not go back but decided to give them another try. I'm glad we did because this time we had Roxy as our waitress and she was fantastic, energetic and friendly and attentive. She takes pride in her job and it shows. They did not run out of any of the food this time.
The breakfast buffet was fair to good. We were here a few years ago and the quality was superb. It’s unfortunate it is not what it used to be.
this is one of the best birthdays I’ve had in Las Vegas. The food is awesome though the crab is a little salty. Vibe is very good and pleasant hopefully I can make a second time here
The food was amazing and the ambiance was very warm and cozy. Loved the way it was designed to look like a quaint village. Service was excellent and price point for the meal was well worth it.
Food was delicious and there was a lot of variety. Had smoked salmon, crab legs and a variety of cheeses on salad bar. Had seafood, prime rib and a wide variety of other items including a made to order crepe bar. Desserts were great and included creme brulee, flan,macarooms and much more. Great value for what you got.
I favor this buffet when we are in Vegas, as usual I was not disappointed. The staff are always welcoming, and friendly. This is a busy buffet, but the waitresses know matter how many tables are in their section always stop and connect with your table and ask if they can do anything above and beyond the regular service.
We had incredible service and the food was great. The crepes were out of this world!
Terrible. Food was not at all fantastic. We expected French cuisine but found usual various American dishes that's served in other Las Vegas buffet places. The king crabs were too salty to eat. Majority of the dishes was not good at all. I have sweet tooth so I only enjoyed "few" of the desserts, not even all of them. The banana and strawberry that comes with the crepes are not fresh.
Had crab legs Saturday, they were frozen and tasted like someone poured salt all over them. Food is not worth the price, unless your a big eater. Deserts were good, but not kept stocked up.
Food ok but not exciting. Cleanliness not good as too busy and high demand for tables gave staff little time to clear properly.
not good, very disappointed!!! too busy for what it is.
Food is always excellent. So m much to choose from.
Good French food. Fun to try lots of different dishes. We ate ad ate and ate until we could not eat any more!
We went to the Paris buffet for breakfast while on vacation in Las Vegas. The food was fine but the service was atrocious. We ordered two bloody mary’s that we never got and never saw a server. It’s not worth the money.
Very disappointed. Food was marginal. Expected much better from a French restaurant. The only thing worth getting was a crepes.
The food was fresh and the service was great!
The hot crab was very good but cold also. The prime was outstanding and juicy, soft it was delicious. They had variety, I am ADA so my food was brought to me. But all was good. The desserts were sweet and nice bite size options.
The food was good but not incredible. Dining on the strip in Vegas is no longer a bargain.
For the money the food and food verity can be way better. Besides that , the place is beautiful.
Food was mediocre. Didn't see the 5 provinces of France noted on Web page. Disappointing, but food was okay. Our server was awesome. Scenery is amazing. Got us in right away with reservation.
We tried the buffet for breakfast several times and lunch/dinner each once. The breakfast choices are by far the best with the most choices. Lunch was ok with the prime rib but no prime rib when we ate dinner at 9pm, only roast beef. No kid friendly foods like chicken fingers and ff’s although there was mac and cheese. The roast turkey and pork was ok although a bit on the dry side. The staff and service was excellent each time we went. The buffet pass is a great option and really should be advertised more. The breakfast waffles and crepes were amazing.
Food was amazing, many options and it’s was just great
Overall decent experience. Food was good and mostly appeared fresh. Drink refills and bussing was a little slow but server was nice albeit busy. This is the best of the non-mega buffets.
Best place in Vegas for breakfast!
The food was old and cold. The meat on the salad bar was dry and curling. Food was soggy or dry. Many items were either completely out or there was very little of it.
We were seated quickly, and had wonderful service from the staff we interacted with. They were both on it for things like water and removing plates, without being intrusive or pushy. The food was fantastic, plentiful, kept at the correct temperature, and well displayed. Best buffet in Vegas.
Donato, our server, was excellent. He served us hot crabs and butter. We felt like we were in a sit down restaurant. There was no need to remind him to refill our beverage and wine. He knows how to please the customer. The food selection was very good and the ambiance was nice. We will definitely go back again.
Using Open Table for a buffet reservation is a must. There was a separate room for check-in and there was no waiting. It was awesome.
Went there for Sunday dinner, there were empty spots where food should have been. Poor selection, food not hot, no labels on what you were eating. Cheaply made deserts, some cookies, soft whip ice cream. When I asked where all the food was, I was told there was only one chef on duty to make anything. Very surprised at the poor quality and not well run restaurant. Rugs were dirty, décor and furniture needs replacing. Went to Le Café ile de St Louis. Much much better.
Amazing great for dates. The crab was a bit too buttery but the the food were great
Awesome breakfast, especially if you fit in two as part of 24 hour buffet pass!
In addition to the traditional French cuisine choices, this buffet has a selection of sea food, salads, very tasty roasted meats, made-to-order crepes. French-themed deserts were also very good. The seating room is much smaller than other Las Vegas buffets, so, making a reservation via OpenTable was a good option as we were seated in a more quiet area. The staff was friendly and helpful. I would definitely recommend this buffet.
We ate in a small side room and had a relaxing, delicious experience. We went early, 6:30 on a week night and it was moderately crowded. Glad we made a reservation and were allowed in a different door. The wait line was long. Salad bar with crab legs was great. Made to order crepe station served as appetizer course. My husband and I split a delicious spinanach and artichoke crepe. Several good dinner items - duck, pork loin, roasted chicken, prime rib. Many sides- mac and cheese, potatoe options, and veggies galore. Dessert was also delicious- warm bread pudding, macaron, flan, creme brûlée. All in all a great dinning choice. The Paris is a beautiful hotel to walk through, too.
The services really poor we waited more then 10 minutes after arrived before someone came and offered something to drink , they offer brunch with unlimited mimosas but we drink only two because our server never came back.
The food it’s ok but no variety , they closed one area. It’s not a “wow” place anymore
The Paris buffet offered a wide array of cuisine options in a French village atmosphere, making it a good choice for a special occasion dinner. Seating wasn't intimate, but surrounded by scenic French decor.
The food was very good, not outstanding. The standout was the prime rib.. well-seasoned, tender & a good choice of rare cuts, albeit thin cuts. Overall, not many vegetable accompaniments. The baked? salmon was nicely done, and there was a combo dish of
sausage & brats in a tomato sauce that was very flavorful. One omission was a lack of bread choice or options, or maybe we just couldn't where it was?
My major disappointment (& one dish I was really looking forward to) was the king crab leg offering... the 'legs' were sliced vertically in several thin strips, making the extracted crab meat like mere string-like portions. There wasn't enough there to really get any flavor ..and, it also tasted overly salty. Understandably, the thin slicing would prevent guests from hauling away full crab legs, but this method prevented enjoying any real flavor & enjoyment of the crab itself.
Dessert was ok.. a selection of small petit-fours, pastries & a custard machine, offering two flavors to add to a cone, with a choice of delicious chocolate or caramel sauce.