Wicked Spoon Buffet Review – Las Vegas

The Cosmopolitan

To match the perfect Vegas Hotel, the Wicked Spoon Buffet is a delightful and truly international buffet found within The Cosmopolitan Las Vegas Hotel.

We love the Wicked Spoon Las Vegas buffet because of the amazing selection, great quality and friendly but classy atmosphere. Today, we are sharing our full review of Cosmopolitans buffet but head over to our best buffets in Las Vegas post if you are looking to compare the different buffets in sin city once you are done! 

Wicked Spoon Las Vegas restaurant area

The atmosphere at Wicked Spoon

With orange and yellow lighting, comfortable booths and elaborate decor, there is a lot to love about Wicked Spoon Las Vegas. The restaurant is spacious and there are plenty of options for all types of visitors; couples, singles or groups. 

The buffet is separate from the eating space and we never had an issue of people walking passed us to get to the food (unlike some other buffets). The buffet also wraps around the edges of the room, meaning you don’t feel crowded when choosing food.

A plate of food from Las Vegas Wicked Spoon Buffet at Cosmopolitan

The food at Wicked Spoon buffet at Cosmopolitan

Wicked Spoon has a massive variety of food, from Asian favourites to grilled meats and everything in between. 

Standouts for us were the carnitas tacos, lamb and beef gyro, grilled crab legs and amazing Mac and cheese. Visit for breakfast or brunch to enjoy favourites such as egg benedict, apple pie french toast and jalapeño & cheddar grits.

My favourite section of the buffet has to be the dessert station. I was able to sample a large amount of this section so can happily share my findings from this research!

A plate of food from Las Vegas Wicked Spoon Buffet at Cosmopolitan

The bourbon white chocolate bread pudding was one of the best puddings I have had whilst Bailey’s chocolate mousse cake reminded me of Christmas in a cake. The creme brûlée was fantastic (especially considering how hard this dish is to pull off in a buffet). You also have the standard chocolate-covered strawberries, gelato and sorbet section to choose from a selection of gluten-free and vegan desserts too. The coconut macaroons and cranberry bars are also great options for those looking for a fruity dessert. 


The buffet is open 7 days a week with the following open times:

Daily Brunch: Mon-Thur 8:00 am to 2:00 pm

Weekend Brunch: Fri-Sun 8:00am to 3:00pm

Weekday Dinner: Mon-Thur 5:00 pm to 9:00 pm

Friday Dinner: 3:00pm to 10:00pm

Saturday Dinner: 3:00pm to 10:00pm

Sunday Dinner: 3:00pm to 9:00pm

Happy Hour: 5:00pm to 7:00pm

How much is the Wicked Spoon buffet?

Weekday dinners cost $38 whilst weekend dinner and weekend brunch cost $41 per person.

Daily brunch will only cost you $25.


Wicked spoon buffet

Vegas can be expensive and this buffet, although great value for money, still has a hefty price tag for budget travellers. We enjoyed our splurge to celebrate a special occasion but it is always a great idea to browse the Las Vegas deals to save money whilst you’re on your trip.

  • Las Vegas Pass – This pass includes lots of popular attractions but also gives great discounts on restaurants, bars, nightclubs, hotels and shows.
  • Vegas.com – I love browsing the deals on this website – they are especially good if you are looking for a dinner and show package.
  • Best buffets – Compare the best buffets with our post which lists the price, a review and rating.

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  1. I’m not usually a buffet person, but love the branding and the food looks super delicious at Wicked Spoon! And that chocolate covered strawberry looks like such a treat! Thanks for sharing this.

  2. Sounds like they have something for everyone. I do remember the variety (and quality) of food on offer in Las Vegas, but it’s been a long time since I was there. Buffets are definitely not my thing, but they give a great variety of options for groups, offering something for everyone, so if you are going to eat at them, at least you have a place that serves higher quality than the usual!

  3. I really love the name Wicked Spoon, because that’s how I feel when I want to indulge and go out- wicked 🙂 Weekday brunch sounds like a good deal for Vegas, might be going in December!

  4. YUMMY! I could easily spend a few hours in a place like that..just making may way through all the delicious food. Wish there was a place like this closer to home! Love the interactive titles, very cool! x x

    • Thanks Veronica! It is amazing with such delicious food and thanks so much, Calum is in charge of the blog design 🙂

  5. This sounds lovely – buffets are sometimes the best option for veggies like me – there is always something I can eat!

  6. Oooh this wasn’t there the last time I was at the Cosmo! Or I may have just missed it. Hoping for a trip next year sometime will keep this in mind!

  7. It’s been so long since we were last in Vegas! I think it’s time for a revisit and add Wicked Spoon to our list! The only thing is that my hubby and I can’t eat that much in one sitting, so we’d be sitting there for the whole day to get our money’s worth haha.

  8. Wow, actually had to double check. This really doesn’t match up with my image of Las Vegas at all. Seems like a lovely place and you look like you enjoyed it! 🙂


  9. Some friends and I was just there during Christmas. We never got to eat at the place. 2 to 3 hours wait in line everyday, for four days.

    • oh really? I can imagine Christmas and New Year is the busiest time in Vegas!

  10. […] Wicked Spoon in The Cosmopolitan is a great option for couples, with a wide variety of high-quality food but also a calm, sopshisticated ambience. Some buffets can have a sense of urgency, with people rushing between the offerings. However, perhaps because of how this buffet is spaced out and the vast selection on offer, this feels like a much more romantic place to eat at and enjoy. Expect to pay $29 on weekdays and $36 on the weekends. […]

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