To celebrate my birthday we went to Le Village Buffet at Paris and enjoyed our fantastic dinner between 1800 and 2000. Le Village was great as usual.For those of you that have not been to Le Village Buffet, it is set inside a French provincial village under the twilight sky. It is truly an amazing eating experience, and you have to pinch yourself to make sure you’re not really in France.
The service was great as usual, and it was only a short line up to get in. This time they had Stone Crab claws, which we had never had there before. I prefer the big Alaska King Crab legs, which were of healthy size (cut in half for easy access to the crab meat) as usual.
Everything was as per usual except this time the smoked salmon was missing (they must have run out), and the prawns were not peeled anymore. In years past, the jumbo prawns were really jumbo, and hand peeled. I hope this was not a permanent change. We had a $5 per person discount coupon (again from the funbook) so the total tab for the three of us was $62, which is an amazing deal for the quality of food.