Despite the beautiful, whimsical theme of the Wynn buffet and the elegant, modern architecture of the Bacchanal Buffet at the Paris Hotel & Casino, no other Strip buffet can equal the appeal of the Le Village Buffet.
The false blue sky of the Paris Las Vegas casino hangs over the French village-themed buffet, which provides both indoor and “outdoor” patio dining.
Instead of the usual buffet “stations,” each of the five French regions represents a distinct culinary category.
There are no conventional Asian or Mexican cuisine stations at Le Village, unlike most other Las Vegas Strip buffets. Forget about “build your own nachos.” Pizza, another popular dish at buffets, is not on the menu.
There is a nice buffet with unusual items and an ambiance, unlike any other buffet you’ve ever gone to at this establishment.
Hours & Costs for the Paris Buffet
All week long, from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m.: $23.99 for adults and $14.99 for children.
Brunch with Champagne
10 a.m. to 3 p.m. 7 days a week: $30.99 ($19.99 for children)
Sunday through Thursday: 3 p.m. to 10 p.m. – $34.99 ($17.99 for children)
3 p.m. to 11 p.m. on Fridays and Sundays: $34.99 (or $19.99 for children)
The All-You-Can-Drink Option at Le Village Buffet
You may upgrade to the all-you-can-drink option for $12.99 if you’ve already purchased a buffet ticket.
Miller Lite or Blue Moon on tap, white or red house wine and Bloody Marys are among the options available.
Caesars Entertainment’s Buffet of Buffets provides an all-you-can-eat unlimited buffet 24 hours a day, seven days a week. You may dine at any of the six buffets in Las Vegas with this ticket.
One of the buffets included in this package is the Le Village Buffet. However, using your Buffet of Buffets ticket in Le Village Buffet is free of charge in contrast to using it at Bacchanal Buffet.
A menu for the village buffet
The cuisine of Le Village Buffet is highly influenced by French cuisine, much like the setting. All food stations are named after French provinces, such as Brittany, Burgundy, and Provence.
Sausage frittatas, bread puddings, and a cheese blintz are just items available for breakfast and brunch.
More sausage and ham are available at the carving station, which has slab bacon (something most of us are not accustomed to). Individual, adorable mini-quiches are available in line with the French concept.
The obligatory made-to-order omelet station is a reference to the standard Strip buffet.
Sweet breakfast polenta, small apple turnovers, and all the regular breakfast buffet dishes are also available, including fresh fruits, bacon and waffles, and the delectable raisin bread, French toast, and yogurt.
Like the supper buffet, the crepe station is a big draw, and you may choose from a wide range of fruits and toppings.
Finally, there’s a wide variety of pastries, muffins, and croissants to choose from at the bakery. The sticky buns come in chocolate, vanilla, and caramel sauce varieties.
It’s impossible to predict exactly what will be served at dinner since the menu continually changes. Still, these meals were served recently and indicated what you might expect.
If you’re in the Provence region, you’ll want to try the local delicacies like Penne puttanesca (pasta with truffle cream), pork bean cassoulet, roasted carrots with bacon, eggplant caponata, and Lyonnais potatoes.
In addition, there are poached pears, steamed Brussel sprouts and carrots, baked sweet potatoes, mashed potatoes, rice pilaf, saffron rice, fingerling potatoes, and a variety of other side dishes.
Horseradish and au jus accompany the roast beef, leg of lamb, and prime rib at the carving area. Cooked vegetables such as creamed spinach, steamed broccoli, and cauliflower are served with it.
Mussels, shrimp, and peel-and-eat crab are just a few of the many options available for seafood. Fish and seafood bouillabaisse is served.
What about duck or pork pate? Here, you can. It’s next to the cheeseboard, which is piled high with a variety of specialty cheeses and cured meats.
There is a salad bar at Le Village Buffet, but nothing special. The crab legs, which have been refrigerated, are served next to it. Even though I said there wasn’t an Asian station, there is a little sushi variety.
They had a variety of soups to choose from, including cream of chicken and French onion. Cornichons and mixed olives, and a Feta cheese salad may be found here as well.
Three-cheese macaroni and cheese, rotisserie chicken, and Yukon gold mashed potatoes may be found in other regions. There is a wide variety of grilled veggies to choose from as well.
Make-your-own crepe stand is the hallmark of Le Village Buffet. Sweet or savory? Choose between a dinner crepe and a dessert crepe, or get both!
If you want to make your crepes, a tiny blackboard illustrates the eight traditional crepes (four savoury and four sweet).
On this particular night, there was a chicken, spinach, artichoke crepe, and a truffle mushroom, ham & cheese, and Caprese salad, all of which were excellent choices.
Banana Nutella, strawberry ricotta, brandy apple, and cookie butter fluffernutter were among the sweet crepe choices. (Also, yes, that is the true name of the author. To be more specific, it’s a dessert sandwich (thus the name!).
The sauces are chocolate, vanilla, caramel, and various fruits, including prunes.
Crepes, macaroons, vanilla bean crème Brulee, and crème caramel are more popular sweets available outside the crepe station. Additionally, you’ll discover bread pudding and cheesecake and praline cake and fruit tarts.
Soft custard is served in cones and various toppings in this self-serve soft custard machine.
Chocolate cake, carrot cake, and Black Forest cake are among the desserts under the “No sugar added” area.
Phone and Web address
The only buffet in Las Vegas that accepts reservations is Le Village Buffet. Opentable.com or the Open Table app are also good places to start.