We were lucky in that our hosts used their casino "points" to pay for this meal, dinner, and we didn't have to come up with the per person price, which would have been high for the food.
There was nothing exceptional about the Paris Le Village Buffet, from service to choices to the taste quality of the food. Everything was OK, nothing was terrible. We had the shrimp, crab legs, hummus, and antipasto for starters. I tried the roast beef and grilled lamb and my wife had the pork with apples. The lamb was over cooked and the tzatziki sauce was very bland. There was no horseradish sauce for the roast beef.
Best about this meal was the dessert. I had the apple cobbler with soft serve vanilla yogurt and my wife had the apple crepes.
If you are big eater, then a buffet is for you and you'll be satisfied with this one. We would rather split a club sandwich at one of the bistros and get a reasonable value for the money.
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