The most unique buffet on the Vegas Strip
Wicked Spoon at the Cosmopolitan in Las Vegas reopened in 2021 following a pandemic closure. The restaurant takes Cousin Eddie’s experience and turns it on its head, serving upscale restaurant fare with gourmet-style plating — no “feeders” here (by Las Vegas then and now).
Along with cookies and gravy, snow crab legs and sushi, this foodie haven serves up chef-worthy dishes like squid ink pasta and truffle macaroni and cheese. Wicked Spoon also offers made-to-order omelets, smoked salmon and deli stations, a shoyu ramen bar, a loaded mashed potato bar, and butchers that serve decadent bone marrow and short ribs as well as meatballs. classic prime rib, signature fried chicken and more, according to its official menu.
Wicked Spoon is also known for its selection of decadent desserts, according to Las Vegas Then and Now. According to the restaurant’s website: Monday-Friday adults pay $38 for breakfast, $45 for lunch – and Saturday and Sunday enjoy brunch for $49 – and don’t forget to wash it all down with bottomless drinks for an additional $24 per adult. There’s even an option for endless craft cocktails. If you want to stuff your face with the best buffet in Vegas (as praised by Nevada Public Radio and others), with the cozy atmosphere and fine menu of a fancy restaurant, Wicked Spoon awaits.