The Le Village Buffet is a restaurant inside Paris Las Vegas in Las Vegas, Nevada.
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Le Village Buffet

This place is beautiful! Clean and pretty decent quality buffet! If you receive Kaye as your server it will for sure be a pleasant experience! She is the most thoughtful and prompt server I've ever had! Thank you Kaye!
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Le Village Buffet

It's great if you love butter. However, the little butter on the few peas I ate ruined my evening before the chef warned me about them. More than 50% of the food has some form of dairy. The salmon tasted the best.
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Le Village Buffet

Great waitstaff. Friendly place and the all-around fun atmosphere of the Paris Hotel. But not the place you should go for a buffet. Stale Shrimps and Crab legs. Go to Bellagios buffet instead or add an extra $10 to go to Bacchanal, it's the best out there.
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Le Village Buffet

Want to have a place that you can get all the desserts that you can possibly crave from France? this buffet will allow you to indulge your culinary palette where are all the different kinds of flavors in foods but you'd be able to possibly find in France spectacular in the desert selection is to die for. I would definitely go back to this place mainly for the deserts because there is so much decadent delicious desserts
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Le Village Buffet

Many food options: seafood, vegetarian, oriental, Italian and more. The food is good and tasty, but there are better buffets in Vegas. You should try all deserts dishes, I liked them all :) The waiting in the line was too long and I almost gave up, so you should consider if it’s worth it or not.
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Le Village Buffet

Good selection. Good service. We went for a late lunch. The waiter brought us hot crab legs and one complimentary alcoholic beverage. Much of the selection was seafood and French type food (this buffet is at the Paris after all). There was a crepe station with quite a variety of crepes available. Beware of many milk based gravies and cheese products to those that are lactose intolerant. Overall good. Remember to use your Rewards card for discounts!
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Le Village Buffet

I have been here several times. The ambiance is very fun, especially when it's not too busy. The food is good. They had chilled crab legs, slab bacon, and prime rib when I was here last. The prime rib was flavorful and cooked just right. I seriously love the crepes. The whipped cream was especially fantastic. It had just a hint of sweetness and the texture was perfectly light and fluffy and completed the sweet crepes in a splendid manner. Also, breakfast includes an omelette bar with made-to-order omelettes and very good toppings. They can even do egg white omelettes with toppings of your choice for a high protein, low fat breakfast with much flavor.
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Le Village Buffet

I ate here in 2009 and I returned for dinner again. Basically the same. This is a Las Vegas buffet trying to keep a large variety and staying with the theme of the hotel. That also happens to be the reason this is only 4 stars. The food is still American. Can't even go as far as saying American with French flair. It's darn good, but still could use a little more French inspiration. As I have discovered over the years, you get much better food for less off of the strip. However, but for on the strip, the service, food and atmosphere is everything you would expect. Paid $34 for dinner and left happy. In the end, that's all that matters. I would still rate some others ahead of this one, but more of them below.
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Le Village Buffet

The food was good, but customer service terrible. We had to wait in line over 20 minutes for lunch. When we were finally seated, we noticed that there were at least two rooms of empty tables plus empty tables in the main dining room. There was a long line of people waiting the entire time we were eating with empty tables around. There was one frazzled waitress in our area and only one person cleaning tables, but 5 people in blue jackets and name tags were standing around. We asked one nearby if she could bring a drink, later a straw and was told no, to wait for the one waitress. No one seemed to care that people were left standing and waiting when there was plenty of seating and we couldn't help but be sorry for the waitress. And what were all the blue jackets supposed to be doing? The food just wasn't good enough to make up for a bad experience.
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Le Village Buffet

I was happy with this visit. Selection was good. Food was fresh. Service was good. This was our last meal in Vegas and we were seated off in a quiet room, so it was very pleasant. I have nothing bad to say.
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