Le Village Buffet has Good Food in a Great Atmosphere

A Great Buffet in a French Village Setting

Our family is always seeking a great family breakfast buffet when in Vegas but that proves to be kind of difficult at times with so many options. How do you choose without spending tons of money for mediocre food? The truth is, that sometimes that becomes a gamble within itself.  However, we are here to tell you that Le Village Buffet at the Paris Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas, is by far our favorite destination for breakfast or brunch.

Le Village Buffet at Paris Las Vegas

The french village atmosphere at the Le Village Buffet is really unique, comfortable and makes for a nice meal. | Photo Courtesy of Caesars Entertainment

The Breakfast Buffet at Le Village Buffet

My family and I have really different likes and dislikes when it comes to breakfast.  My husband’s favorite meal is breakfast where my daughter and I are tend to be more interested in lunch and dinner. So, we found that this buffet offered all of us great options and food worth the money. Sure, it’s not 100% gourmet, but the options provided do give you a great selection of entree and side dishes. Another great thing about this buffet is the decor of the buffet which has you seated in a French village-like or cottage settings which provides a really nice atmosphere for you meal.

My husband always wants to have an omelet but not every place provides it (which is always a bummer for him). We were happy to see that Le Village Buffet offered an great omelet bar. Le Village Buffet’s made to order omelet bar offers plenty of options to add to your three egg omelet including the option for egg whites. This is one of my husband’s favorite omelet bars. I on the other hand am not a huge omelet fan, but rather, I prefer to eat something along the lines of crepes, pastries, fruit and potatoes alongside a cup-o-Joe. Yeah, I suppose that’s not much of a breakfast, but for me it is. Anyway, they do offer a crepe station which my daughter and I went back to for seconds. Surprisingly, they also have a bagel and toast station which is not always provided at different buffets. To top off your meal, enjoy some of their fresh pastries and other breakfast sweets.

Le Village Buffet Serving Station

One of the serving stations at the buffet. | Photo Courtesy of Bryan Hughes

Overall, I feel that their buffet offers a good selection of quality dishes, has a great atmosphere and is well worth the money. We enjoyed the buffet enough to add Le Village Buffet to our list of Best Family Restaurants in Las Vegas. When visiting the Paris buffet, I would suggest arriving earlier rather than later to avoid long lines. Le Village Buffet is open daily from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. and serves brunch on Saturday and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Visit the Le Village Buffet website for information on their menu selections, buffet times and pricing for adults and kids.

About Laura Filipowicz

I am a mom, professional travel writer and founder of the ConnectHER Conference for Brands, Influencers, and Moms. My passions include working within the mom community, creating brand events, and creating mini-brand ambassadors within the community. My expertise lies in social media, editorial reviews and specialized product, program and customer service auditing. I enjoy traveling and exploring family friendly places to stay, eat and play!

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