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LE VILLAGE BUFFET ******    LOCATION: LAS VEGAS Website: http://www.parislasvegas.com/restaurants/le-village-buffet.html#.U5fyf-xOW00 Le Village Buffet is kept very much in the same style as the whole casino, so you basically feel like walking along a street in Paris until you reach the restaurant. Sometimes there’s quite a line, so it’s advisable to book your table in advance: they give you that option on their website listed above. Once inside, you feel like you just entered a square in the middle of a picturesque little town or village in France. The servers wear colorful French peasant costumes and seem really friendly, even though definitely frazzled.  Needless to say this establishment does not look like your typical mass turn-over eatery, it has a much more intimate, relaxing atmosphere, with subdued lighting and elegant food stations. These are named after French provinces like Alsace, Savoie, Burgundy or Provence and feature dishes most associated with this particular region. The restaurant is a bit noisy during the evening because of its proximity to Napoleon’s Piano Bar, where the festivities usually reach quite an impressive level of decibels. It would have certainly been a lot more pleasant if there was some mellow French music playing in the background, but the nearby lounge made it impossible. The food I would describe as all right, more of the hearty variety. The seafood dishes were particularly delicious, the rest certainly edible, but do not expect anything refined a la upscale ethnic restaurant. We were not disappointed with the variety: every station offered quite a few original and tasty platters: meat, fish, vegetables, pasta and all kinds of appetizers and sides. They even carry sushi, which we found a bit strange and rather entertaining. Did not know it constituted a French national specialty. So I can only imagine the amazement of the actual French. Talking about culinary globalization! Generally the food was very salty though, it’s like they were trying to give it extra flavor by overcompensating on the sodium. From all the buffets I have been to here in Vegas this one sadly featured the least choice of scrumptious desserts. The chocolate cake and tiramisu (nice touch: it came in its own little chocolate case) were fabulous, but the rest really so not worth their calories at all. But if you have a sweet tooth, you will still find something to enjoy. I would recommend this establishment if you are looking for a place slightly better than an average all-you-can-eat joint, but don’t expect to have a palate-exploding experience. Although decent and plentiful, the food is definitely more of the quantity over quality sort of thing. But if we are to be honest, which buffet isn’t?
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LE VILLAGE BUFFET ******    LOCATION: LAS VEGAS Website:http://www.parislasvegas.com/restaurant s/le-village-buffet.html#.U5fyf-xOW00 Le Village Buffet is kept very much in the same style as the whole casino, so you basically feel like walking along a street in Paris until you reach the restaurant. Sometimes there’s quite a line, so it’s advisable to book your table in advance: they give you that option on their website listed above. Once inside, you feel like you just entered a square in the middle of a picturesque little town or village in France. The servers wear colorful French peasant costumes and seem really friendly, even though definitely frazzled.  Needless to say this establishment does not look like your typical mass turn-over eatery, it has a much more intimate, relaxing atmosphere, with subdued lighting and elegant food stations. These are named after French provinces like Alsace, Savoie, Burgundy or Provence and feature dishes most associated with this particular region. The restaurant is a bit noisy during the evening because of its proximity to Napoleon’s Piano Bar, where the festivities usually reach quite an impressive level of decibels. It would have certainly been a lot more pleasant if there was some mellow French music playing in the background, but the nearby lounge made it impossible. The food I would describe as all right, more of the hearty variety. The seafood dishes were particularly delicious, the rest certainly edible, but do not expect anything refined a la upscale ethnic restaurant. We were not disappointed with the variety: every station offered quite a few original and tasty platters: meat, fish, vegetables, pasta and all kinds of appetizers and sides. They even carry sushi, which we found a bit strange and rather entertaining. Did not know it constituted a French national specialty. So I can only imagine the amazement of the actual French. Talking about culinary globalization! Generally the food was very salty though, it’s like they were trying to give it extra flavor by overcompensating on the sodium. From all the buffets I have been to here in Vegas this one sadly featured the least choice of scrumptious desserts. The chocolate cake and tiramisu (nice touch: it came in its own little chocolate case) were fabulous, but the rest really so not worth their calories at all. But if you have a sweet tooth, you will still find something to enjoy. I would recommend this establishment if you are looking for a place slightly better than an average all- you-can-eat joint, but don’t expect to have a palate- exploding experience. Although decent and plentiful, the food is definitely more of the quantity over quality sort of thing. But if we are to be honest, which buffet isn’t?
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