Wicked Spoon is one of the very best Las Vegas buffets. Forget all about large trays with bland, overcooked dishes. At Wicked Spoon the delicacies from around the world are beautifully arranged in small bowls, pots and pans. The dessert buffet is a plethora of small pastries, Italian ice cream, chocolate and fresh fruit, and absolutely amazing, so try not to go all in on the starters and the mains.
Wicked Spoon is located inside The Cosmopolitan, which is one of the newest resorts on the Strip. The ceilings are high, the decor avantgarde and the general impression of the restaurant is a lot more stylish than your usual Vegas buffet. The times I’ve been there, the service has also been a lot better than at most other buffets, so remember to tip accordingly (read more about tipping in Las Vegas here).
Wicked Spoon is a bit more expensive than the other buffets, but definitely worth the money. There is no official dress code, but most people dress up a little both for brunch and dinner. The selection of meatless dishes is among the best at the Las Vegas buffets, so there’s something for the vegetarians and vegans too.
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