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Wicked Spoon

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Location: Cosmopolitan, The
Address: 3708 S. Las Vegas Blvd.
City: Las Vegas
Area: Strip
Phone: 702/698-7000
Official Web Site

Bottomless Champagne, Bloody Mary's, or Mimosas are available for an additional $10 with any meal

Weekday Brunch comes with one complimentary glass or Champagne, Bloody Mary, or Mimosa.

Dinner is $41 Fri-Sun. and is served until 10 p.m.

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Fri-Sat - Weekend Brunch 8 am to 3 pm $35.00
Mon-Fri - Weekday Brunch 8 am to 11 pm $27.00
7 days 5 pm to 9 pm $38.00

Overall Rating:
  • Currently 4.5/5

4.5/5 Rating

Comments (4 comments):
Excellent tasting foods - Patricklucky (09/15/2014) - 4.5 out of 5 stars
This was an expensive buffet ($38 plus tax),but it proved to be a very good eating experience. The Wicked Spoon serves many food items not found in other buffets or restaurants. If you are looking for a buffet serving home style American foods, don.t come here. But, if you want to experience a buffet serving fancy chef's creations, many of which I had never tasted before, then this is your buffet. Food: Very moist meats and fancy vegetables akin to that found in gourmet restaurants. Very good Pizza. I didn't care for the fancy little metal cages and small plates that the foods are served in. They allow the foods to dry out and cool off. I also didn't care for the excessively loud piped in rock n roll music that would be better placed in a Disco than a restaurant. The Wicked Spoon tries hard to be pretentious.

Great Concept - SDGothPunk (09/25/2013) - 5 out of 5 stars
A buddy convinced me to check this out with him last trip, in August. The day brunch was reasonably affordable, given the COOL portioning... and unique items! I checked in on Foursquare & got several freebie Bloody Mary's. The uniqueness & exceptional presentation, BEST service... is what makes this a regular visit EVERY trip to Vegas from now on! The gelato/ice cream, though not a fan... was extraordinary, and gold flake in my dessert!

Average Food - vegasvp (04/26/2013) - 2 out of 5 stars
I ate dinner at Wicked Spoon and shelled out $41.06 for it on a Sunday. I have absolutely no idea why people pay that much to eat there. It is the most over-hyped and over-rated meal I have ever had in 32 trips to Las Vegas. There was no seasoning whatsoever on the prime rib. The Gold Coast serves a better piece of prime rib for 25% of the price. All desserts were extremely dry. Portions are so small they require multiple visits to the line. The chicken in the little wire baskets wasn't any better than a local grocery store. What a complete waste of money. A terrible value.

Very good food and service; price high - burkjw (04/21/2013) - 4 out of 5 stars
I ate here for the weekday brunch on April 12, 2013. I thought the food was very good and the service was good. They have a wide variety of food so it is a legitimate brunch. I particularly liked the bottled water they served on a complimentary basis. The only drawbrack is the price, which is a good $5-$6 higher than Bellagio - not sure it is worth the difference.

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