【閉店】Le Village Buffet - Paris Las Vegas
伝統的なラスベガスのビュッフェとは異なり、この特別なParis Las Vegasでは新鮮な素材を使い、フランスの田舎のような雰囲気の中で注文に応じて調理されるため、ビュッフェがより高いレベルに到達しています。Le Village Buffet at Paris Las Vegasでは、フランスの5つの州の料理を細部に至るまで美しく盛り付けて提供しています。各ステーションは特定の州をテーマにしており、この地方の建物を復元したデザインのファサードがあります。料理を注文に応じて調理することにより、料理の質と鮮度を保証しています。Le Village Buffetのデザートステーションでは、ペストリー、パイ、無糖のお菓子を幅広く用意しています。Paris Las Vegasでは、パリビュッフェで村のような雰囲気の中で食事を楽しめます。カジュアルな屋外ダイニングルームも利用可能です。
The Food was subpar. You couldn’t even cut the Roast Beef.
We had been here many times before. This time was different. Servers no longer bring coffee or water. The fresh fruit buffet had a case of packaged strawberries still in their boxes just sitting there. Never got transferred into bowls (I can only assume they would be done so eventually without being washed I guess). The yogurts were labeled as salad dressings and salad bar options, never changed from the night before. Overall a real disappointment.
Great food and fun area to eat. All the dishes were very good. I loved the variety. The crepe station was terrific. The Mimosas were very good, but the station was tucked away and easy to miss.
The food was amazing! We loved everything about this restaurant!
Our favorite part was the desserts! The made-to-order crepes were also delicious :)
Front staff at register was extremely rude. We had three separate parties in our group. The cashier messed up two parties tickets because she did not take into account we are rewards members purchasing the buffet passes for the discounted price. She couldn't even answer me or apologize when I questioned the mistake, had to go see a separate counter to have it fixed and caused us to have to wait to have our meeting during breakfast. Food was wonderful, but probably will not return because of the cashiers attitude.
We visited here as we wanted to experience a Vegas buffet, and really liked the decor, based on a French village setting. The ambiance was good, with piano music in the background and candles on the tables. We found it rather hard work to go around all of the food stations and identify what we wanted to eat. We enjoyed our soup & rolls starter ( there were 3 different types of soup on offer). We did not think that there was much choice for the main courses, and certainly not much French food, but we opted for a beouf bourgignon. We did enjoy the crepe for dessert, with banana filling and Nutella topping. It’s also great that you get soft drinks and coffee included in the $35 per person price. Overall, this is a good value option in a nice setting. I probably would not return though, as there is so much other choice across the city.
We had experienced Le Village Buffet ten years ago. We loved it. Now it is a very ordinary buffet and the service is NON existent.
No hay variedad de comidas y lo que hay no esta bueno y barata comida lo bueno habia turkey y meat que no estaba tan bueno... no regresaria y menos por precio en el dinner como 73 dolars por dos...
Mimi was our server and was the best we’ve ever had. Fantastic
Loved the crepes with mixed berries!
The ambience is worth the price alone! There are some great dishes and some that were so-so but overall a truly great Vegas/Paris experience. Great service and great atmosphere!
The food ran out. Also sushi isn’t French. For the price. The food should have better
The food was good but it was difficult to identify what food was available because many of the signs were missing or mislabeled. The desert section had many empty shelves so it seemed as this area wasn't well supplied. Also, quite often the clean plate bins were empty so one would have to walk all the way to one side of the buffet to get a clean plate and then walk all the way back to the other side to get the food that was desired.
This buffet was generally disappointing for someone looking for elegant French food. Although it did have all-you-can-eat protein basics (prime rib, chicken, turkey, salmon) and regional French fare, the flavors were average, the selections were limited, they tended to quickly run out of favorites (and not replenish with the same items), they ran out of bowls for soup and ice cream, and it would be a challenge for physically disabled (long walks with items displayed linearly the length of the room). There were some hits with the crowd: crab legs, crepes made-to-order, shellfish, miniature creme brulee, rich brownies. It was also nice to have a table in one of the several semi-private rooms around the main room, so it was quiet enough to chat with our friends. You certainly won't leave hungry, but not a "wow" experience.
We thoroughly enjoyed the breakfast buffet, especially the ability to make a reservation through Open Table. The food was great, the staff were helpful and very pleasant, and I love the relaxing and warm ambiance. It was my favorite part of our trip and I cannot wait to go back.
This place has gone down hill since my last visit roughly two years ago. Service now consists of bussing empties from the table. Food was only so-so. Hope they turn it back around, it used to be my favorite breakfast buffet in Vegas.
Buffet was not what it used to be. Beverages were self service which was not acceptable. Food was lukewarm by the time you got it to the table without stopping for coffee.
Coffee pots at the table or wait staff serving at your table would be nice.
We would not return to this buffet.
Very good dining in a wonderful silent romantic atmosphere in the middle of Vegas!
Is this the best buffet in Vegas? No but it's a good one. Don't expect the most French food though. There is french onion soup, beef bourginon along with crepes and creme brulee for dessert but it's not all French. The prime rib is outstanding. The crab legs...well, I love crab and couldn't eat too much. They cut them in half making the crab meat thin and flimsy but it also is SO salty!! They must cook it in pure salt water. I had to stop eating it because I could taste the salt and feel the sandy salt texture. You will be full when you leave so be sure to arrive very hungry
This used to be the best breakfast buffet in Vegas. I am quite sure that I will not be back based on this time.
Pluses: omelet station and crepe station
Negatives: everything else. Nothing was very clean. Drinks are self serve. Orange juice is better at a Super 8. Coffee station is a mess and poorly marked and organized.
Waffles: OK. Just OK. Strawberry sauce looks terrible, but tasted good.
Pastries: better at a 7-11
Always good, the best buffet in Las Vegas!
We had a group of 12 for a Post-Wedding dinner. We arrived an hour earlier than expected. Feb 1,2020. The staff not only fit us into the schedule but were extremely gracious and accommodating. They provided a plates for cake cutting and glasses for champagne toast. Food was outstanding from Crab legs to crepes! Thanks so much! We will be back!!
The food was fantastic. They had an awesome supply of crab leg and all kinds of sea food as well as prime rib, chicken, turkey, pork, slots and slots of sides. The dessert where wonderful. My husband needed sugar free dessert and they had those as well. The service is very nice. Very clean. I would eat here again.
Waitress n front were excellent, but desert area the serving guy was rude and discriminated. Meats were great but vegetables were limited . Not worth for $30 brunch.
Eggs were horrible. The fruit in the crap
Was over macerated. Would not go back
Pros- Overall tasty food. Fresh food. Tons of options. Ambience was perfect.
Cons- Not enough staff during peak time. Staff seems overworked, and not approachable. They ran out of seafood and staff were not around.
The banana-Nutella and berry crepes were amazing. Crème brûlée is a must.
Everything was so fresh! I will definitely be back for the food only.
Service has changed a bit, everything is now self serve including the mimosas at brunch. Not a bad change but not communicated for those that have been there before and kind of preferred having a waitress (she was funny, brought drinks, easy to tip). The value is amazing as the food is unique and delicious, especially like the brunch options.
Messy and empty food stations. No clear flow from section to section. Service was really good though.
This is our favorite Vegas buffet. Always love the food options and pleasantries of the staff. Restrooms need more than 1 stall.
Very disappointing compared to all previous visits. Entrees not as good and less choices. Many cutbacks like the wonderful cheeses they used to have.
Only recommend this buffet if I was staying at Paris Hotel & Casino. Been coming to this buffet for 10+ years when in town since they don't increase the price on Sunday and label it a Sunday Brunch Buffet. They still have a nice setting, but limited selection for the crepes, only one person making omelets, and you have to self serve your drinks. Food was warm, and limited selections (been the same rotating menu for 10 years). It's $23.99 w/ a Player's Card on weekends. Not a bad price for a weekend breakfast buffet on the strip, but you would be better off going to a sit down restaurant (recommend Blueberry Hill).