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For those that are bored with the ordinary buffet fare, Le Village Buffet is truly a fine dining experience. Classic French foods are featured including dishes from five different provinces, such as Burgundy and Alsace. The chefs prepare crepes to order and if your mouth waters for seafood, you have come to the right place. Le Village Buffet is also well known for having some of the best Prime Rib on the strip. Small but important touches, such as fresh berries for breakfast and real whipped cream for hot chocolate raise the bar for buffet food. This eatery is located at the Paris Las Vegas Hotel.
Located in the Bellagio, Jasmine is a lovely place serving traditional Cantonese, Hunan and Szechwan cuisines. The decor creates a romantic ambiance with sparkling chandeliers and pastel shades, taking inspiration from Europe as well as China. Chef Philip Lo, with his contemporary interpretations of traditional cuisines, creates some scrumptious and exotic delicacies. Maine lobster dumplings with ginger sauce and Florida stone crab claws are some of his most delicious creations. The restaurant also has a fine list of American and French wines for you to choose from.
Le Cafe Ile St. Louis is located in the Paris Las Vegas and serves a variety of French and American inspired dishes for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Open daily 24 hours, this cafe's sidewalk setting will let you people watch all day long with the comfort of air conditioning. Prices are not the cheapest in Vegas, but they're reasonable and the value is good. Also try from the interesting list of European coffees.
Watch a crepe of your choice being made right in front of you. What's more, you can even choose the combinations and fillings! Inspired by the street side creperies of France, this Paris Las Vegas creperie offers the best customized crepes in the city. Dessert or main course, you can ask the chef to combine anything blending the finest available ingredients to whip up something new just for you. Scrambled eggs, shrimp, mushrooms, scallops for your savory crepe, or perhaps Nutella, bananas, berries for dessert, isn't that appetizing enough?
Le Burger Brasserie is located in the Paris Las Vegas. This upscale hot spot takes the traditional burger and adds anything and everything under the sun to create some unique and delicious takes on the American classic. An elegant atmosphere, an enormous plasma screen television, and bartenders looking to impress are only the tip of the iceberg. If you're really feeling reckless, try the Kobe beef and Maine lobster burger with caramelized onions, Brie, prosciutto and 100-year aged balsamic vinegar. If that wasn't enough, it also comes with a bottle of Rosé Dom Perignon champagne. However, that mouth-watering meal costs $777, though other gourmet burgers are sold at a much more moderate price.