Le Village Buffet. Let other buffets touch on international foods—Paris Las Vegas owns the world's foremost cuisine, and Francophiles unite jubilantly here to sample Vegas's take on French fare. The cooking stations are themed to the regions of France, such as Burgundy, Normandy, Alsace, and Brittany (head here for the delicious dessert crepes). There's also an impressive spread of cheese (naturally). Drop by Le Flambé station for bananas Foster to top off your
meal. The dining room, fashioned after a quaint French village, is a kick: stone walls and floors lend a charming feel, if not one that's especially conducive to quiet conversation, and the flattering, soft lighting is a rarity among Vegas buffet restaurants. Paris Las Vegas, 3655 Las Vegas Blvd., S., Center Strip, Las Vegas, NV, 89109. 702/946–7000. www.parislasvegas.com. Breakfast $19.99 to 21.99; champagne brunch $30.99; lunch $21.99; dinner $33.99.