I can't remember the name of the place, but it was the breakfast buffet at the Hotel Paris. I wouldn't recommend this one. Overcooked croissants and quiche that was worse than the ones you purchase in the frozen food section of the supermarket. Not very good at all.
This buffet is truly amazing. We found it to be the most luxurious. The breads and rolls are baked fresh right in front of you, and the crepes with fresh strawberries were wonderful. This buffet we felt had the largest assortment of food and everything was so fresh.
I was recommended this buffet by a local - it's a bit more expensive than average, but well worth the experience.
Just about all types of cuisine from France is covered and they do it well!
You can eat food from Normandy, The Alps, Provence Style and just about every other region. They even had Raclet - a wonderful cheese which is melted and served with potato and onion.
You won't want to eat the day before or after!
Favorite Dish: Go for anything regional and interesting looking.
There is so much to choose from a the Paris' buffet. I had fresh mozzerella and tomato salad and fresh fruit and an assortment of cheeses to start. Then I had more cheese and grilled salmon, and an assorted olive and vegetable salad. Then I had dessert and I had Chocolate souffle, somehing raspberry, bananas fosters, and cheesecake. it was really great.
The buffet at the Paris Hotel was the best of the buffets we went to. We went for lunch and there were so many yummy choices. They had a station for fresh crêpes and of course all the desserts were wonderful. It is a little more expensive than some of the others but it was worth it. It's also quite pretty inside. Everything was fresh and looked nice. The servers were friendly too. It was a little hard to find, since it was in the shopping area, so just keep walking around there and you will find it.
Favorite Dish: They the best mashed potatoes that I've ever tasted! I can't remember what everything else I ate was, but it was all very good.
The buffet is served in what resembles a courtyard in France. Even though many people were waiting there wasn't a feeling of being crowded once you entered the buffet. We went for breakfast at about 10am and were given a number and asked to return at 11am. When we returned we were let in but again had to wait in line for about 10 minutes or so. But as I said the wait was worth it. The food was delicious. Crepes made to your liking as well as countless other delicious things.
Favorite Dish: We were lucky in that lunch was served while we were still finishing our breakfast. We couldn't help but partake of a little of the lunch menu as well, especially when we saw the mountain of giant boiled (peeled) shrimp.
The Sunday Champange Brunch at Paris was well worth the $24.95 price tag. Champagne was free flowing and the food is excellent. There is a great selection of breakfast foods like belgeim waffles, crepes, eggs (made several ways), bacon, saugage (several varieties). There is also a large choice of lunch/dinner foods including made to order stirfry, seafood bar, cheeses, dinner entrees, etc.. And not enough can be said about their dessert bar with freshly made pastries and chocolate mouse and other bakery items. Come hungry and eat slowly...you'll want to try it all.
Favorite Dish: The made to order crepes. How many other places can you find that?
My husband and I visited MANY buffet brunches the week before our wedding, to find the best spot to have a Sunday brunch with family the 'day after'. It took some finageling (SP??) but we finally got the manager at Le Village Buffet to agree to reserve a room for our family (at an extra charge, but we also got a private waiter to bring champagne and hot drinks - fabulous!!). Everything was perfect - the whole atmposphere there is great (decor, chefs in costumes etc.). Lots and lots of very delicious freshly cooked foods made to order, and buffet foods to try from various regions in France.
Favorite Dish: The seafood was really good. Basically everything we tried here was great, and the champagne kept flowing! Superb. Well worth the step up in price from other very sub-par buffet brunches in town. Can't beat the quality of the food for the price and the charming atmosphere.
The Paris breakfast buffet was delicious. Loads of choice. The best scrambled eggs that I have ever tasted.
The servers try to greet you in french with american accents.
Favorite Dish: Scrambled eggs. Turkey sausage. Sugar free cookie. I'm easily pleased!!
the best buffet in town:
also good:JEAN JACQUES boulangerie
la rotisserie DES ARTISTES
MON AMI GABI
all in PARIS LAS VEGAS
I found the best food at the Paris Vegas. Their buffet is very impressive. They also have very good cafe and high-end dinner place
So much to eat and not enough stomach room...Wonderful atmosphere.
Favorite Dish: Everything we had was great. Plan to go back next time in Vegas.