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Le Village Buffet

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A departure from the traditional expectation, Las Vegas buffet dining is taken to a higher echelon here. Its incredible French village setting is highlighted by live-action stations and food cooked to order. From the chef’s culinary expertise, Le Village Buffet brings to life five provinces of France for a dynamic, multi-flavored meal. It’s also the only buffet in town to offer reservations on OpenTable, a plus when lines are stretching out the door.

Traditional dishes from each province are featured at the buffet, including penne alla puttanesca from Provence. Homemade Yukon gold mashed potatoes and rotisserie chicken are inspired by Burgundy while a selection of signature savory crepes are a nod to Brittany.

Dining for dinner? Don’t leave without sampling a few macaroons accompanying the buffet’s 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 sultry scenery, as each province's cottage room is decorated for the 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.

What to Eat at This Live-Action Las Vegas Buffet:

  • Truffle macaroni and cheese
  • Prime rib
  • Snow crab legs

Expert Tips

  • Crepe fillings can be customized if you ask
  • OpenTable reservations assist with long wait times
  • Featured seasonal dishes for holidays
  • Large selection of pastries, pies and sugar-free delicacies
  • A sampling of fare from five French regions over themed stations


Buffet Pricing


Regular Price



Breakfast Weekdays 7a - 11a








Breakfast Weekends 7a - 10a








Brunch 10 a.m. - 3 p.m.








Lunch 11 a.m. - 3 p.m.








Dinner Weekdays 3 p.m. - 10 p.m.








Dinner Weekends 3 p.m. - 11 p.m.








"One of the more ambitious buffets, you do get a fine assortment of food and more value for the dollar than you are likely to find anywhere else. Although there are some French spins on dishes, most of it is good old-fashioned American grub so don't let the Parisian flair scare you away."

— Frommer's

"Divided into six French regions, this all-you-can-eat restaurant features classic fare and seasonal specialties under a faux sky in a village-like setting. Among the massive soup and salad bar’s appealing offerings, we like the assorted pâtés and crab legs."

— Gayot

"Voted Best Buffet 2008: We risk alienating those who value the buffet as a place to snag everything from pizza to sushi. But since there are so many places for that, we'll single out the specific thinking of this buffet's idea to stick with French cuisine and separate its stations by province of France. Don't worry, one of 'em's a grill."

— Staff Pick, Las Vegas Review Journal