The Paris Las Vegas Buffet is actually called the Le Village Buffet, and it’s one of the top buffets in town. (USA Today ranked it as the third best).
It certainly is the most charming buffet in Sin City, with decor and architecture resembling that of a quaint old French village. Like the Wynn, the dining room is more cozy and intimate, rather than the huge, convention hall type atmosphere you often find in Las Vegas buffets. The atmosphere alone is almost worth a trip to this highly-ranked buffet.
The Paris Hotel and Casino itself, opened in 1999, and is situated right on the Las Vegas strip, directly across from the Bellagio. The French theme of this resort includes large replicas of both the Eiffel Tower, and Arc de Triomphe.
In keeping with the theme, the stations at the Paris Las Vegas buffet take on a regional French feel, so instead of heading to the “Meat Station,” or the “Salad Bar,” you’ll saunter through Normandy, Alsace, Burgundy, and other French provinces. You even have the option of sitting inside, or “outdoors” in this faux French village.
As might be expected, the Paris puts a French touch on their cuisine, and they offer French dishes such as quiche, steamed mussels, and at breakfast, French Toast, (sorry, I couldn’t resist). But the signature dish here are the crepes. The Paris buffet crepe station features both crepes for meals (meat and cheese and vegetable variety), and dessert crepes, with ingredient choices like from fruit and sweet toppings. While all of these choices are all very delicious, a common complaint is the wait time for the crepe station.
In true French tradition, there are delicious fresh baked breads and pastries. Roasted duck, lamb stew and gourmet cheeses are but of a few of the selections here that you may not find at other buffets. There are freshly made salads, and four different soups. A wide selection of vegetables prepared in different ways provides a nice option for vegans out there, while you carnivores will not be disappointed by the Paris Las Vegas buffet’s prime rib.
In addition to sweet crepes, the dessert options include custards, ice cream, cookies, pies, bread puddings, and crème brulee.
Kids three and under eat free, and those 4 through 10 are charged a reduced rate. It’s part of the Caesar’s Entertainment’s Buffet of Buffet pass, for those of you who have purchased it.
Le Village buffet is open from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. Breakfast goes until 11 a.m., at which point lunch begins, ending at 3:30. Dinner starts at 3:30 p.m until 10 p.m. every day. You have the option of adding on an all-you-can-drink champagne/mimosa option for five dollars.
As with many buffets in Las Vegas, there are often long lines at the Paris buffet. We’ve heard reports of well over an hour wait time. We’re not sure if this is due to limited seating capacity, or its popularity, but if you’re able to get there at an off time, (right when they open, or perhaps during a popular show), you’ll be able to leisurely enjoy your feast at the Paris buffet.
How much does the Paris Las Vegas Buffet cost? As with most other buffets in town, it depends on the meal. Note that all meal prices below are for those of you who HAVE a Total Rewards Card. Otherwise, add $3 to the price of each meal listed here:
Monday – Friday: $15.99
Saturday and Sunday: $27.99
Every night of the week: $27.99
Also note that the Paris Hotel and Casino is part of the Caesars Entertainment Group, meaning the totallv Buffet of buffets pass is good here.