Food Review: Wicked Spoon Buffet

You’ve heard the rave about Vegas buffets before. Fancy food, great décor, and great desserts. For these reasons, my friends and I ventured into the Wicked Spoon buffet in the cosmopolitan.


After not eating breakfast and lunch, a four-hour drive, and a trek across multiple hotels to get to the buffet, we worked up an appetite and couldn’t wait to eat! There was a small line outside the cash register where you pay first then dine. We opted out of the unlimited drink option which was only $10 more because we were ready to eat until we each had a food baby. Our buffet meal came out to be around $41 dollars per person before tip. This also includes unlimited fruit drinks and soda!

I was very impressed with the amount of variety of foods they had! It definitely blows any local buffet out of the water, but it is to be expected if you’re paying over $40 for a meal! Unfortunately, the food was not mind-blowing. Some dishes were good and some were mediocre. I would skip the Chinese foods they have in the take out boxes completely. The best part about this buffet and probably all the other Las Vegas buffets are their desserts. There are many choices of ice cream, cakes, and pastries to choose from. Overall, the service was decent, but I think buffets usually don’t provide much incentives for outstanding performance.

There would be too many foods for me to write my thoughts on each one of them, so enjoy the gallery of my numerous plates I consumed!

Food 4/5
Decor 5/5
Price 4/5
Staff 4/5

Overall 4/5

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