Wicked Spoon @ The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas

The Wicked Spoon is a restaurant inside The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas in Las Vegas, Nevada.
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Reviews of Wicked Spoon

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one year ago
Wicked Spoon

Wicked Spoon

Daniel Loo
I stayed in the hotel and was able to get 15% off plus $10 credit towards the buffet, so it wasn't too expensive for me. Considering the discount, this buffet was well worth it. The food selection here is wide and the food is tasty. They do over season some of their dishes, leaving your mouth not wanting more but your stomach still hungry. The mac & cheese and chicken & waffles were my favorite (also the gelato here is great!).
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one year ago
Wicked Spoon

Wicked Spoon

J Earl
Worthy of 6 stars if possible. I have been here many times so I can say the Wicked Spoon never fails to impress and is always consistent. The selection is beyond compare. The quality is top notch. Brunch was $45, I an totally fine with that, I think it is worth it. I am a huge fan.
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one year ago
Wicked Spoon

Wicked Spoon

Jennifer D
We parked at the cosmopolitan and had dinner here one night. Buffet selection was decent however for the price, I kind of wish they had more. While the selection wasn't as much as I was expecting, the food was still delicious. I had roasted bone marrow, fried frog legs, pork belly... Yum. Desserts were excellent too and there were so many ice cream flavors. I would definitely return if the dinner price wasn't so expensive. To me it was more of a $35 buffet than a $50.
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one year ago
Wicked Spoon

Wicked Spoon

Sally J
I went into this experience thinking I was going to have a bunch of unique, delicious food after all the hype and paying the hefty price, but I am very disappointed. When we paid at the front, before we had to wait, the lady we spoke to was extremely rude and snooty. When we asked her questions she acted as though we were wasting her time. We asked how long the wait would be and she said "I don't know, I can't see the line." After this, we figured it was just one bad employee and the hostesses seemed to be very professional and kind, so we waited and were seated after about fifteen minutes. However, the meals weren't anything special. The unique food that I put on my plate tasted worse and more lazily prepared than the regular food. If you're planning on bringing your kids here, DON'T. The only things that tasted good, your kids most likely won't even go near, and whatever they will want to eat would be better homemade. The pizza wasn't even up to the quality of frozen pizza (seriously, my husband and I were shocked), and I make way more delicious spaghetti with the recipes on my spaghetti noodle boxes. The desserts were probably the best part of it, but they weren't anything you couldn't get at a much cheaper buffet. I was also pretty excited to try some meats, but there was barely anything to choose from. This is the only time I've eaten at a buffet in Vegas, so I can't say for sure, but I'm pretty confident that you can get something much better at a different place for way cheaper. It seems like the only reason this place is so expensive is because it's in the Cosmopolitan and it has some luxurious foods (not even well-prepared). Don't pay the $30+ per person unless you can settle for mediocre dishes and a decent dessert bar you could probably get at the Golden Corral.
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one year ago
Wicked Spoon

Wicked Spoon

Chip Smith
Best buffet EVER! I like all three meals, but dinner is my favorite. Huge selection and wide variety. There are vegan options, carnivore options, and everything in between. AND they have the BEST gluten-free chocolate chip cookies I have ever tasted! I am not much for deserts, but my wife loved them. They have a carry out option that is a tad less expensive, but if you are planning on getting stuffed (or if you naturally have a large appetite) pay the extra to eat in. It is SO worth it. There is usually a line but it is worth the wait! I eat here every trip to Vegas, usually more than once.
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one year ago
Wicked Spoon

Wicked Spoon

Ginny Li
Fair price, $28 for weekday brunch when we went. The food was pretty good although not mind-blowing. The dessert section was the most impressive to me, although their lemon ricotta pancakes deserve an honorable mention. Service was very good; our waiter was very attentive with bringing drinks and clearing plates.
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one year ago
Wicked Spoon

Wicked Spoon

Stephen Alday
Lots of food as a buffet should be.. Although I feel there's more of a seafood base there. So if that's your thing, it has plenty. A lot to choose from and the omelets are good though they could use a second person. As for my trip there it was a line an only one guy there with 3 burners to cook. But overall pretty good.
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2 years ago
Wicked Spoon

Wicked Spoon

Andy Chung
Very modern looking layout. Looks more like upscale restaurant than typical Vegas buffet. Clean and good service. If you drive to Cosmopolitan, prepare to pay for the parking. Higher than average price and selections aren’t that much better. Geared for more younger crowds than family buffet.
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2 years ago
Wicked Spoon

Wicked Spoon

Maoyu ma
One of best buffet in town with the money you pay. If you go at lunch time you may have to wait for quite a while. Deserts is the best part of whole buffet. Large selection and each of them is cute and yummy.
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2 years ago
Wicked Spoon

Wicked Spoon

Butch Cassidy
It was a really good buffet. Prime rib, sausage, pork shoulder were the main meats. There was sushi and other chinese/Japanese dishes. Salads for those who want a lighter fare, but come on you paid $45 for each person...you came to max. The variety is worth the money and so are the deserts. Some of the side dishes could be better.
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