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Le Village Buffet

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Location: Paris
Address: 3655 Las Vegas Blvd. S.
City: Las Vegas
Area: Strip
Phone: 702/946-7000
Official Web Site

Buffet Special: 24 hr. buffet pass, $54.99 ($59.99 without Total Rewards Club card). Friday/Saturday, $69.99 ($74.99 without Total Rewards Club card.) Valid at Carnival World Buffet at the Rio, Seafood Buffet at the Rio (Additional $15), Flavors at Harrah's, Paradise at the Flamingo, Le Village Buffet at Paris, Bacchanal Buffet at Caesars Palace (Additional $15 for Breakfast, $25 for Lunch, and $30 for Dinner), and the Spice Market Buffet at Planet Hollywood.

Child pricing is available.

Breakfast Fri-Sun is $23.99.

Dinner on Fri, Sat & Sun is $33.99 and is served until 10 p.m.

An all-you-care-to-drink special including draft Blue Moon or Miller Lite beer, house red and white wine or bloody marys are available for $11.99.

Breakfast Price Club-Member Price
Mon-Fri 7 am to 11 am $21.99 $20.99
Mon-Fri 11 am to 3 pm $24.99 $23.99
Sat & Sun - Champagne Brunch 10 am to 3 pm $30.99 $29.99
Saint Hilaire Champagne Served.
7 days 3 pm to 10 pm $30.99 $29.99

Overall Rating:
  • Currently 4.5/5

4.5/5 Rating

Comments (1 comments):
Gourmet Food - Multifarious5 (01/10/2015) - 5 out of 5 stars
I love to cook (and eat!) and am always disappointed when buffets have that "stoffer-esqe" taste...processed and mass-produced. You know what I'm talking about, the lasagna with over-cooked, gummy noodles, the standard gelatinous chicken soup, and the ever-popular mystery meat taco bar...the stuff we've come to see as "buffet food". Not Paris. It's fresh. It's obviously made by people who don't just know how to cook, but love to cook. And it goes beyond standard fare to include numerous gourmet options you'd never expect to find outside of a high-end restaurant. Beef bourguignon, roasted root vegetables, truffle mac and cheese, and an assortment of savory meats grilled to perfection, and even a middle eastern station. Paris' buffet is amazing to me...and goes outside your standard lasagna, tacos, roast beef and crab legs assortment.(Though of course, you CAN get all your favorites too...just better prepared!) I always buy the The "Buffet of Buffets" pass which is about $45 dollars for 24 hours. (That's dinner, brunch, then dinner again folks---or about $15 a meal!). While you can hit 6 different buffets on this deal, Paris and PH to me are HANDS DOWN the best. PH is a little more world-inspired (probably great if you have kids who are less adventurous, and you want a lot of variety) but Paris tops it for me on quality. Anyone that wants a buffet that tastes like you're eating at a 4+ star gourmet restaurant, Paris is your best bet. And again, the $45 buffet pass is just a hair over the price of one dinner, you can't go wrong!

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