Wicked Spoon Buffet Review, Las Vegas
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Wicked Spoon Buffet
3708 Las Vegas Blvd South
Las Vegas, NV 89109
The Cosmopolitan was the latest and greatest hotel to open in 2011. Its buffet is called Wicked Spoon. Some have called it the next great buffet after Wynn and Bellagio, so we had to give it a visit. Our last visit was in the summer of 2014.
Summary – Nice buffet with a wide variety of food including ones you do not find at other buffets, beautiful location. Many individual dishes.
Insider Tip – Come for Dinner when they have more dishes
Cuisine – International
Location – Las Vegas, Cosmopolitan Hotel
Decor, Vibe – Wicked Spoon is located in a new hotel and looks fantastic. The room as well as the displays are first class.
Wicked Spoon Buffet Food Pictures
A good selection of standard salads and fruits. Stand outs include Truffle beet salad and watermelon with Sriracha sauce. Lots of smoked salmon and house made yogurt.
Bread selection was reasonable but the cheese, deli meat, and soup selection were very small.
On our last visit in 2014, we came here for brunch. There was a custom omelet station along with the usual sausage, bacon, french toast, cereal, etc. Most people including us ignored these dishes and stuck to everything else.
Steamed Crab Legs (dinner), shrimp, not too extensive.
Carved prime rib, Rotisserie Pork Shoulder, Roast Chicken, Rotisserie Turkey.
During brunch, Wicked Spoon had roast beef, culotee, roast pork tenderloin, several sausages, bone marrow and more.
Something we have never seen, roasted bone marrow.
Truffle Potato Gratin, 3 types of individual serve pastas, Crispy Pigtails, vegetables.
Outstanding risotto, Wicked Mac and Cheese, polenta with rhubarb and elderberry, garlic bread and pizza.
Several Mexican dishes, a couple sushi dishes, and Chinese pork buns. Cool looking take out boxes with different Chinese dishes.
Standout dishes: fried chicken wings, Chinese rice porridge or jook, kurabota pork sausage.
Other Chinese dishes included: Chow Mein, beef broccoli, dim sum, kung pao chicken. roast pork.
Italian, Indian, and Japanese Section were not as strong as the Caesars Buffet. Wicked Spoon did have grilled wheat cake with shrimp ebi yaki, gnocchi,
Extensive selection including Beignet, crème brûlée, cookies, cakes, brownies, chocolate dipped strawberries, marshmallows, tiramisu, chocolate mousse, fresh fruit, candy, Panna cotta, black forest cake, and much more.
Interesting desserts: chocolate molten cake, hot apple crumble, coffee rice krispy treats. Several dishes even had gold foil on top.
18 types of premium gelato. The Thai ice tea and blood orange were especially tasty.
Service – Wicked Spoon had poor service on our last visit. Everyone seemed tired and depressed. Glad we didn’t give our tip ahead of time.
Value – Pricing is reasonable given the location and quality level. Come for brunch if you want to save money.
Verdict – Wicked Spoon is a solid Vegas buffet that will fulfill most desires. The location and venue are beautiful and modern. We found the variety excellent and many sophisticated dishes that foodies will appreciate and newbies will try for the first time.
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