A departure from the traditional expectation, Las Vegas buffet dining is taken to a higher echelon at Le Village Buffet. The incredible French village setting is highlighted by live-action stations and food cooked to order.
A departure from the traditional expectation, Las Vegas buffet dining is taken to a higher echelon at Le Village Buffet. The incredible French village setting is highlighted by live-action stations and food cooked to order. From the chefs’ culinary expertise, Le Village Buffet brings to life the five provinces of France for a dynamic, multi-flavored meal. It’s also the only buffet in town to offer reservations on OpenTable.
The buffet features traditional dishes from each province. There’s penne alla puttanesca from Provence. Homemade Yukon gold mashed potatoes and rotisserie chicken are inspired by Burgundy. And a selection of signature savory crepes are a nod to Brittany.
Here for dinner? Don’t leave without sampling a few macaroons along with the buffet’s highly acclaimed vanilla bean crème brulee.
Quaint, village-like seating options allow guests to eat outside in the town square or near the fireplace in the casual dining room. Take in the scenery as each province’s cottage room is decorated for its region.
Additionally, an all-you-care-to-drink special includes draft Blue Moon or Miller Lite beer, house red and white wine or Bloody Marys for $12.99.
Name: Le Village Buffet
Address: 3655 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109, USA
- Joshua Gunn
I have been here several times. The ambiance is very fun, especially when it's not too busy. The food is good. They had chilled crab legs, slab bacon, and prime rib when I was here last. The prime rib was flavorful and cooked just right. I seriously love the crepes. The whipped cream was especially fantastic. It had just a hint of sweetness and the texture was perfectly light and fluffy and completed the sweet crepes in a splendid manner. Also, breakfast includes an omelette bar with made-to-order omelettes and very good toppings. They can even do egg white omelettes with toppings of your choice for a high protein, low fat breakfast with much flavor.
- Eleodor Sotropa
Crepes station is the place to start the breakfast. Freshly made to order. Tried the salmon, unfortunately did not taste or smell fresh. Same with the fruits. Each of the strawberry I tried was flawed. The setting is nice, service is good. Won't try it anything but the fresh crepes station. The carving station might be a second option.
- Tori Meskell
Chose this one because the price was closer to reasonable. Still did not eat what I considered $30 worth of food. Prime rib was good, but I can make better at home. Crab legs sliced in half leaving stringy bits of meat. Tried the duck and it was way overcooked by sitting in the warming pans. Really went for the crepe station. Unfortunately they only offered preset options to go in the crepe and would not let you build your own. I kind of hate being forced to eat bananas. And our waiter stopped by when we sat down to get our drink order. Then we didn't see him again after he dropped off our drinks until we were done. I had to get the hostess to get us refills. We wanted to say we have been to a vegas buffet. Check that one off our list, and we will never go back. I have enjoyed Golden Corral more than this overpriced mess.
- Jim Black
I think this is one of the best buffets in Vegas. The food goes on forever with a wide variety of choices. The steamed crab legs were great. And make sure you save room for dessert it is phenomenal...