Paris Buffet: Le Village Buffet at
The Paris Las Vegas Hotel and Casino
This is the Las Vegas Hotel Review of the Paris Buffet, called the Le Village buffet at the Paris Hotel provides a semi-French dining experience. The French cuisine abounds, but also Las Vegas buffet favorites, like unlimited crab legs.
First an update on our previous review:
We have eaten at the Le Village Buffet inside the Paris Las Vegas Hotel and Casino probably seven times in the past five years. It still continues as one of our favorite buffets in town, it may have slipped a bit of late. Perhaps it's time for some refurbishments. That said most of the original review holds today, so here it is...
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Las Vegas hotels are known worldwide as the originators of gourmet buffets. Tthe cuisine at the Paris Le Village buffet is accessible, and at the high end of Las Vegas buffets in quality not price.
To get to the Le Village Buffet, either valet park (or take a taxi) to the Paris Las Vegas Hotel or park in the self-parking structure. Entering the Paris Hotel main entrance, keep to your right as you walk through the Paris, France themed casino, until you enter the vibrant Paris street scene mall of shops and restaurants in the rear. Browse the shops and dining options, until you reach the Le Village buffet about three-quarters of the way down the street. Sometimes a line extends out the door, but typically it is only a 10-15 minute wait. When we arrived, the Le Village buffet attendant was completely inaccurate in estimating the wait at over an hour. That caused some patrons to leave, perhaps shortening our wait by a minute. By the way if you self-park, the escalator from the garage drops you fairly close to the Paris buffet. Turn right to go to Bally's and walk straight to reach the Le Village Paris Hotel buffet.
The price is in the mid-range for Las Vegas hotel buffets we review. The staff is very accommodating quickly offering a choice of drinks, and then in true Las Vegas buffet tradition, it is off to the meal. The Paris Le Village buffet is a large hotel buffet with a large variety of entree items and a huge selection of French pastries and American favorites for desert. We greatly enjoy the wide variety of sausages at the Paris brunch buffet. Dinner features a wide variety of regional French and American favorites. The French cuisine includes stations of regional dishes, including Provence, Alcace, Burgundy, Normandy, and Savoie. We liked the beef bourguignon and veal at dinner the last time.
The interior feel of the Paris buffet is like a Paris or French street scene, with the serving stations built in to scale replicas of French looking buildings. Of course it is France, Las Vegas style, and a lot of fun. Dining is in a series of rooms, ranging from intimate French chateau style, to larger outdoor cafe style.
In summary, the Las Vegas Hotel Review gives the Paris Buffet, called the Le Village Buffet at the Paris Las Vegas Hotel two thumbs up. Price: $$ Medium.
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