Le Village Buffet Prices

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The Parisian themed Paris Las Vegas is designed to transport you to the City of Lights, but with the glitz, glamor, and excitement of Las Vegas. Staying here is like being in the most romantic city on Earth without having to get out of the country. To complete the Las Vegas experience, this casino/hotel also offers the Le Village Buffet to fill you up to your heart’s content in great style.

Here’s a list of Le Village buffet prices:

ItemCost

Breakfast Buffet

Monday-Friday (7:00am-11:00am)

Children$12.99
Adults$21.99

Sunday-Saturday (7:00am-10:00am)

Children$14.99
Adults$23.99

Brunch Buffet

Saturday-Sunday(10:00am-3:00pm)

Children$19.99
Adults$30.99

Lunch Buffet

Monday-Friday(11:00am-3:00pm)

Children$14.99
Adults$24.99

Dinner Buffet

Monday-Friday (3:00pm-10:00pm)

Children$17.99
Adults$33.99

Sunday-Saturday (3:00pm-11:00pm)

Children$19.99
Adults$33.99

History

Paris Las Vegas opened in 1999 as well as the Le Village Buffet. The hotel features a half replica of the Eiffel Tower and has a thorough Parisian and French theme. It is accessible through the Las Vegas Monorail’s Bally/Paris Las Vegas Station.

What They are Famous For

Le Village Buffet is one of the most popular all-you-can-eat restaurants in the strip for the following reasons:

  1. Selected authentic French dishes. Le Village’s spreads are divided into five sections, each of which represents a French province with at least one dish that is representative of the area. This makes dining at Le Village quite interesting, as you also get to learn a thing or two about French culture while getting stuffed with great food.
  2. Table reservations through OpenTable. Don’t want to spend an hour or more lining up at the buffet entrance to pay for your meal and get seated? Le Village is the only buffet in town that allows diners to reserve their tables online. Save time and dig in right away the moment you get to the buffet with just a few clicks and taps.
  3. Whimsical interiors. Le Village in itself is designed like a French village, complete with cobblestone flooring, country store facades for the different food stations, and sky painted ceiling. It’s rather quaint and will easily transport you to a small village in the French countryside. If you love restaurants with amazing ambience, this place will surely wow and impress you.
  4. To-die-for crepes. While there’s an actual creperie inside the Paris, Le Village Buffet’s crepes are also magnificent. It’s a great touch to their emphasis on French cuisine as these thin slices of goodness are well received by Americans. You can even watch the chef make them for you and then top them with a wide assortment of ingredients.

Why Dine at the Le Village Buffet

Francophiles and lovers of good food will all agree that a visit to the Le Village Buffet is a great treat to your tummy and other senses. Indulge in good food and quaint interiors by dropping by at this buffet for breakfast, brunch, lunch, or dinner.

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Last Updated: April 14, 2017 11:08 pm

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