Le Village Buffet at Paris Las Vegas


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3655 Las Vegas Blvd. South, Las Vegas Strip   » map

Near: Bally's Las Vegas, Planet Hollywood, Bellagio

Le Village Buffet at Paris Las Vegas Editors Choice!

Category: Buffet
Pricing: $ $ $ $ $
Rating: * * * * *
Dress Code: Casual
Hours: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
Reservations? No
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Le Village Buffet is one of the better buffets in town, particularly if you spring for the Champagne Brunch on the weekend - all the bubbly you can chug. Be sure to make very nice with your server (they'll eventually start leaving full Champagne bottles with you to keep from making the trip every 4 minutes) and skip the breads to maximize your buffet dollar



Reader Ratings and Reviews:

My Rating: 5

My rating is only for breakfast. You see, when Paris first opened, the buffet was quickly hailed as one of the best in town, featuring all manner of French food served by region (Parisienne, Provençal, Lyonnaise, et al.). Then, The Powers That Be at Paris quickly found out that people don't go to buffets to be wowed by foreign food, they go to grab lots of food in a short amount of time. So, the lunch and dinner offerings do still have French dishes, but not nearly as many (or as well-made) as in days gone by. Breakfast, on the other hand, is a treat. I'd be happy getting made-to-order crêpes all morning. Atmosphere at Le Village is easily the best of any buffet in Vegas, with the stations made to look like French cottages around a dining room under a trompe l'oeil blue sky.

My Rating: 3

thecosmicjester is right on with his review. This buffet is living by reputation a lot. The offerings are nice (mid tier range), but most praise is from those that remember the great offerings before or from those that heard about them and then went to the new version and went in with a positive attitude. The food is good, but in my opinion is not better then a number of other mid tier buffets (TI, Mirage, Harrahs, and PH). The lines for this buffet are some of the most ridiculous in the city, unless you have Total Rewards status. If you can get in with no line and or skip it and you want to try it out, I wouldn't tell you not too. If you are looking for a great buffet experience, head to Bellagio or Wynn. If you want value, head to Harrahs or Mirage.

My Rating: 4

We've been here twice. Both times we hit it right at the lunch/dinner switchover so we got dinner for the price of the lunch buffet which was a plus. Like others have said, it's not that great and they want to put gravy on EVERYTHING.Mashed potatoes (that are more like smashed/chunked) - want gravy on that?Rice - want gravy on that?Chocolate cake for dessert - want gravy on that?If you like gravy, this is your place.

My Rating: 3

The line for this place is incredibly long. If you have a decent total rewards level with Harrahs, make sure you go through the VIP entrance to avoid the line. The line actually makes several switchbacks behind the wall, making it even longer than it appears from the outside! I thought the food was only so-so, but my mom did not enjoy her meal at all. My mom has a small appetite, so she leans more towards quality over quantity. Many food items were cold when we were there, and it was definitely not worth the 1.5 hour wait. Spice Market buffet at Planet Hollywood is much better for this price level.

My Rating: 2

As earlier comments have said - living on reputation. The great French food is gone, replaced by bland American like every other spot. To quote Eric Cartman, I hate you, Harrah's. I hate you so very very much.

My Rating: 3

France has a reputation as a nation full of cheese-eating surrender-monkeys. This buffet has surrendered the distinctive regional dishes of years past and replaced them with American interpretations. Sadly, even the cheese is no longer distinctive - just a small scattering of relatively bland cheeses that might as well come from a corner convenience store.

Crowds do come for the all-you-can-cram-on-your-plate crab legs at dinner, the breakfast crepes, and the few remaining French dishes that you can't find elsewhere. But the lines are long and the bulk of the food is not compelling. Lately I've been spending my buffet dollars across the street at Bellagio, or trying one of the other buffets in town.


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