I am on another trip to Las Vegas. So, I decided to try a number of places while I am here this week. I flew into Sin City on a Sunday evening. I really hadn't eaten much that day besides some crappy airport food, so I was pretty hungry by the time I got checked into my hotel. I am staying at the Paris Hotel and Casino for this trip.
After looking around a bit, I settled on Le Village Buffet right here in the hotel. It was shortly after 7pm, so there wasn't too long of a line. Once I got in, it was a very pleasing place to look it. It had a lot of the same look as the outside walkway of Paris with it looking like a village town. Each station had the look of a house. They had a wide variety of food to choose from. They specialized in "french" foods. I ventured out and had a few things. I started with the prime rib and mash potatoes. They were wonderful. The prime rib was done perfectly, nice a pink in the center. There were a number of other things that I tried there, all of them very good. Next was the crêpes station. Oh my. It was wonderful. I got the le singe (the monkey) and le pomme (the apple). The monkey was a banana, candied chestnuts, carmel, and Nutella. It was every good as it sounds. The apple one was also very good, but I was getting very very full by this point. For dessert I got some crème brûlée. It was pretty standard. I tried a few other desserts and they were all pretty good as well.
All in all, I would say that for a Vegas buffet, this one was really good for the price. It was 29.99 per person for dinner, plus tax, after the "players card" (which is free to sign up for) discount of $1. If you are in Vegas and you want to stuff your face, I would recommend you try Le Village Buffet at the Paris Hotel.