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About Le Village Buffet - Paris Las Vegas
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.
Las Vegas, NV 89109
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
They didn’t have my OpenTable reservation on file but were able to seat me on a weekday at 9am. My only incentive of eating there was a $20 credit to my room for skipping room service. I wasn’t impressed with the breakfast offering and wouldn’t recommend it if I had to pay full price.
We’ve been here couple times and the service is always descent. Selections are not the biggest compares to all the buffet in Vegas but you got a nice range of items. The price is also about in the middle as well. There could be a wait depends on the time you are there(there’s always a wait in Vegas of course), but if you have diamond/gold status then you can just walk right in pretty much. The only thing I don’t like is that they change the lighting which makes everything kinda green instead of warm, maybe that’s their strategy to make people eat less?!
Paris is one of the more decent hotels in Vegas. It’s shocking how poor the buffet is. For breakfast, they have all different kind of eggs and potatoes. Way too many. Absolutely nothing interesting or different. They really need to step it up.
The crepe part is the only cool part. Otherwise might as well just go to a regular breakfast.
The ambiance is nice though.
This is a great French buffet that we have eaten many times over the years. It features dishes from different areas of France. However we have notice that some favorite dishes are not always offered every day as before. You have to ask for cream for the coffee as it no longer is in a creamer on the table. You have to ask for a spoon as well since only a fork and knife come with the linen. All I’m all it’s a great buffet but noisy and sometimes a quirky waitress.
The ambiance, decor and service from the wait staff was pretty good, but nothing else. My friends and I went for the lunch buffet there at 12:00. The lunch buffet food was pretty bland, at best. The omelette, with everything in it (tomatoes, onions, ham, bacon, mushrooms and cheese), somehow came out tasteless. The Mac & Cheese was so thick with cheese that it was like eating melted cheese with a side of macaroni. The fish, muscles and clams all tasted dry and stale. The muscles in particular had a flaky and powdery after tastes. The only ok food that was there was the cocktail shrimp with the cocktail sauce and the fruit. The organization of the food was also very random. There was fish next to some eggs Benedict, watermelon in the sushi bar and more fruit somewhere else. The worst meals of my trip. Defiantly not worth the $25 price range and would not recommend anyone going to eat there. Save your money and eat elsewhere.
Our waitress was fantastic. No complaints at all.
However, getting seated was a NIGHTMARE.
We had 4 separate parties, for different times. We were not sure what time we would get there.
I walked up to the desk, told them how many we had, as well as we were much earlier than our reservation. The lady at the desk said that was no problem, and directed us to the hostess.
This is where it became a mess. She got flustered and upset, told us we couldn't be seated.
Then the manager, a male got involved. He was HORRIBLE. He said "and who told you could be seated?"
I pointed to the lady who told us we were fine to be seated.
After about 15 min, we were seated. But they were rude and NOT happy with us.
MIND YOU, I WAS IN MY WEDDING DRESS. I JUST GOT MARRIED!!!
The food at this buffet has really gone downhill over the last several years. Much of the food had been sitting for a long time, selection was poor; the carving station did not have any hot food, was only luke warm; service was only so-so at the table. The only good thing about the meal that I found was the deserts.
For about $50 for two people I was disappointed in how much of the food on the buffet was either overcooked or burned. I expect every restaurant at the Paris Resort to have exceptional food quality given that it's French themed.
The server we saw only once to bring us our initial beverages and we never got a refill. A Busser cleared out dishes but it would have been nice to have been checked in on.
We were at a buffet, the server's only job is to bring and keep drinks full. Why is that a struggle? This is why I don't tip at a pay at entry location such as this because there is no guarantee you will receive service worthy of the tip you leave.
The theming of the location is stunning and the food prep personnel behind the buffet were very friendly and engaging.
1- no more waiting line ? wonder why?
2- crepe station
3- good service
Bad and downhill spiraling
1- The #1 French dish is BAD --> cold bouillabaisse
2- worst macaroons -not even French
3- most dishes are cold or just warm
4- onion soup is almost black in color
5- fruit bar has 3 lame items - cantaloupe, honeydew and pineapple
6- should restore the French cuisine that's always the cornerstone of this theme buffet when it first opened its door and the line was 1-2 hours average on any weekend
French cuisine is not based on Prime rib and crab legs
so maybe Gordon Ramsey should stop by this fake French buffet and make some big revision and ask Emeril to give him a small hand since Chef Ramsey knows what's hes doing and he can start firing bunch of fake so-called French chefs in that line.
Maybe Caesar entertainment should charge $20-$30 extra to that BOB and get the Village buffet back to at least 2.5 star buffet
The “French” setting was nice. Our server was terrific, refilling our drinks without us asking....it just happened. The food was good.....especially the French onion soup, the prime rib and the Mac and cheese. The noise level was the problem. We dined here on a Friday night about 8:30. There just so happens to be a dance club or something right across the way from this restaurant so it was very loud for us. Hard to hear conversation and even more difficult to enjoy the ambiance at this restaurant .
I had read on Trip Advisor that this restaurant has the best brunch on the strip. This is my first brunch ever on the strip, but if this is as good as it gets, there is room for competitors. The service was horrid, besides getting our drinks and questions answered by the bus woman. The first time we saw our server was when I was pulling out tip money. I walked up to the bus woman and gave her the tip, and the servers around me grimissed rudely. The crab was salty and truly the only redeeming quality of the buffet was the roast beef and Mimosas. The desserts were obviously made with oil, and not butter. I would not recommend this place for brunch.
Food was good. Food signs/description was often missing or wrong. The dessert options were unimpressive, however the ice cream was declipus. The carts staff uses on the tile floors are LOUD which is unfortunate, distracting. Ikrahm was attentive to our needs and requests. She works hard! Always moving, never forgets a request. She added so much to our dining experience!
It was terrible. We booked thinking a french restaurant and when we got there we realized it wasn't what we were thinking. However we sat down thinking we would be able to find something good. Well it didn't happen. I ended up spending more than $30 for baguette and butter and deserts. Deserts were good but dinner was terrible. Service wasn't good either. The only nice person was the busboy. It also looked dirty. I was so upset because I took my parents thinking we would have a good time and left hungry.
The food and atmisphere was ok but the waitress gave me back the wrong atm card charged the wrong amount and i didnt realized it until i was already back home in california I reported my card stolen and then overdrew my account causing a overdraft fee was so upset and angry never again
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