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Le Village Buffet: "For those of you with exotic tastes" Le Village Buffet Tip by PinkFloydActuary

Le Village Buffet, Las Vegas: 27 reviews and 23 photos

  Le Village Buffet
by PinkFloydActuary

Like many of the pricier buffets, we've only done this one for lunch. We arrived after 1:00, so the line wasn't too bad to get in. The layout and decor of this buffet are pretty cool, you get the feeling of being in a french market. The food stations wrap around the outside wall of the buffet area. If you don't have a sense of adventure, move on to another buffet - a lot of items are in creamy sauces or have hard to pronounce names. Most of the items we tried were pretty decent, but in all honesty, for the money I expected a little more (maybe I don't have a taste for French food?) This doesn't stack up with the nearby Aladdin or Bellagio, and you're paying the same amount.

Favorite Dish: Where the buffet does excel is at the dessert station. I had a chocolate cake and a cheesecake, and they were both phenomenal. Be sure to save room for dessert (or even start there) - it's the best part of the buffet.

Address: Inside Paris Las Vegas
Price Comparison: more expensive than average
Directions: Follow the signs inside the casino
Phone: +1 702-946-7000
Price: US$11-20
Rating: 3
Theme: French

Review Helpfulness: 2.5 out of 5 stars

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  • Written May 25, 2005
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